Ornot Handlebar Bag
/// Back in Stock August 19th. /// - Our Handlebar bag is for all bike related adventures including chilly morning coffee outside excursions, afternoon burrito boogies and sunset soirées. Strap it to your race bike, cross bike, dad bike, e-bike, or whatever, it’ll do the job as long as it’s on some handlebars. Our Handlebar Bag has enough room for extra food, extra layers, a bag of coffee, multiple glazed donuts, three used-to-be cold beers or a point and shoot camera. Too much for your race bike? Perhaps take a gander at Handlebar Bag Mini. If you still haven't gotten the hint, this bag is capable. Big enough to provide extra comfort on your ride whether it is through the heart of Death Valley or SOMA. Our bar bag lets you take cycling to the next level by removing the entire burden from your back pockets. Additionally, it features two accessory pockets on the sides designed for quick, one-handed access to your Instacameras and music machines (yes, we designed an iPhone pocket to make it easier to Instagram on-the-go). Made from heavy-duty, custom printed cordura canvas lined with a water-resistant nylon fabric and structurally shaped with a lightweight plastic insert. The Handlebar Bag is basically a personal support wagon, Ornot.
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- The Bar Bag measures about 9 inches wide with a diameter of 5.5 inches totaling 214 cubic inches and 3.5 Liters of volume. Check out The Blog for a more detailed description of "How to Bar Bag".
+Designed and sewn by hand in San Francisco, California.
+ Easily attaches to your handlebars via 2 velcro straps and a tether cord which we like to wrap around our stem / headset..
+ Ideal for big days with minimal support or stops
+ Weight is just 225grams.
+ Two easy access side pockets for securing phone while riding.
+ Perfect choice for most road and gravel bikes
+ Durable cordura canvas with interior shape saving liner
Pro Tip - Since The Bar Bag fits all bikes differently, be sure to use tape or a sticker to avoid paint wear in high friction areas.