Rando Bar Bag
The ideal companion for any cyclist on any bike.
Whether you're commuting to work, supplementing a full touring setup or just carrying your lunch during an audax, this bag is for you.
The bag utilizes the Klickfix handblebar attachment system by Rixen & Kaul. The metal frame simply clicks onto it with ease. It also comes with a removable carry strap for when you're off the bike.
Opening out from the rider, it provides an easy to access platform for your small essentials. Measuring in at 26cm w x 16cm d x 16cm h it's the ideal compromise for size for a handlebar mounted bag.
It has one main compartment, a closed pocket on the front, open pockets on the side (ideal for wrappers or keys) and a clear flap on top for a GPS device or map.
As always, the bag has been designed with weatherproofness at the front of our mind, this is reflected in the non traditional style of closure on the bag. Due to this, it also doubles as a handy basket style bag when you're caught with too much to carry home from the supermarket.
Constructed of a top of specification 1000d PU Nylon outer and lined with a top quality 4oz PU Nylon liner. A HDPE sheet keeps the bag nice and boxy for ease of access.
More colours available, contact us for more info.
All materials made right here in the UK as is norm for us at BIGxTOP... and of course it goes without saying that these are made in our small workshop by people who share your interests.
Like all our products, this is made to order. This means that we don't spend time making the wrong things and therefore the savings come to you. Depending on how busy it is when you order, you should expect the bag to be dispatched within two weeks. If you need the bag sooner please contact us, the worst we can do is say no.
The bag includes the frame which attaches to the bike, but the handlebar adapter itself is sold separately. Most local bike shops sell them, and they're readily available on both Chain Reaction and Wiggle. Make sure you purchase the appropriate adapters if you have oversized handlebars (link)