Bikepacking Saddle Bags and Seat Packs

Bikepacking Saddle Bags and Seat Packs

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Strap on a small saddlebag for tools and spares on shorter day rides or a larger waterproof bikepacking seat pack for multi-day bikepacking expeditions into uncharted territories... Read more

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Koala 7L

Weatherproof 7L saddle bag
Bundle price £79.99
  • Mountain Brown
  • Panther Black
  • Storm Grey

Koala 13L

Weatherproof 13L saddle bag
Bundle price £84.99

Enduro Seat Pack

Weatherproof saddle bag with harness, 1.5L or 2.25L
Was £46.98

Big Papa

Weatherproof 17L saddle bag with quick-release harness
Was £99.99


Dropper seat post compatible and anti-sway seat pack mount
Bundle price £21.99


0.5 L waterproof saddle bag for tools, tubes, and essentials
Bundle price £18.99


12 litre waterproof seat pack for endurance racing and weekender bikepacking
Bundle price £42.99
  • Black
  • Chilli

Airlok Tapered 13L

Bikepacking seat pack drybag liner with roll-top closure
Bundle price £15.99
  • Black
  • Teal Peel
  • Chilli
  • Lego

Koala [2021]

Lightweight bikepacking saddle bag in 7L and 13L sizes with a roll-top closure
From £49.99
Was £89.99

Bikepacking seat packs attach securely beneath your saddle. Smaller saddlebags are ideal for carrying tubes, tools and spare clothes on a day ride, whilst larger seat packs make for a lighter and more streamlined alternative to your traditional cycle touring pannier setup when bikepacking and touring. Seat packs perform best when carrying your lightweight, compressible stuff (think sleeping bags and down jackets).

Partner a Koala seat pack with an exo-rail seat post mount for easy-on/easy-off anti-sway riding.

Watch: Bikepacking 101

Put your brakes on, grab something cold, sit back and enjoy the flow...

What to Pack:

AlpKen takes us through what to pack for the Tuscany Trail

Product Guides: Our Range Explained

AlpNick takes us through our extensive range of bikepacking bags

Inside the Alpkit Factory

Making a Stingray Frame Bag

Making a Koala Saddle Bag