It's a sweet cargo bug sitting on your rack and it doubles as a day pack when you're trolling the markets. Is there an easier way to lug your rack trunk? Simple Velcro® straps snug this puppy to virtually any bike rack. The shoulder straps tuck away in a zippered compartment. Large main compartment holds its own against single-purpose trunks or packs. It will swallow your ride's essentials or your day's lunch. The back is padded, the shoulder straps are a breath of fresh mesh. Two zippered side pockets give you quick access to patch kit or snacks. There's a roomy pocket under the lid which also serves as a raincover garage.
USE :: day trippin', centuries, touring, brevets
VOL :: ~700 in3
DIM :: ~ 16x7.5x6 in
WT :: 16 oz
This puppy will swallow your spare tube, patch kit and levers and has room for more. Just open the expando zip and load up!
USE :: holds spare tube, patch kit, tire levers, multi-tool and CO2 cartridge
SIZE :: 6x3.5x2.5 in + 2in expando
VOL :: ~53 in3
WT :: 3 oz
Simple bag for everyday chores...on your bike. Simple construction. Simple to use large top opening with magnetic closure that expands or folds depending on your load. Simple recycled rice bag lining to ease your impact on the planet. Simple rack attachment, detachable shoulder strap and removable raincover. Simply beautiful.
USE :: everyday riding - groceries - farmer's market bag - gym bag
urban handlebar/shoulder bag
The old field bag dressed to fit your bike's handlebar and your shoulder. Clean lines. Urban chic. Active interior - as in many nooks and crannies, both zippered and open to casual inspection. Carries your tablet or i-Pad. Easy to attach to your bike - or your shoulder.
It's easy to share the DILLY HBB with your other bike. Get a second handle bar adapter listed on the hardware page
USE :: daily urban rides, cafe cruisin', credit card touring
VOL :: 200 in3
DIM :: approx. 9x8.5x2.5 in
WT :: 12 oz
MAX LOAD 5 lbs - the handle bar adapter is plastic, not high-tensile steel. Overloading the DILLY handle bar bag could cause the adapter to break - especially if you're hucking curbs. Having your handle bar bag fall onto your front wheel is not a pretty thing. It could entail a visit to the emergency room.