Expedition Bikepacking luggage setup

Expedition Bikepacking luggage setup

When the journey gets longer and more remote you need to be self-sufficient. This often means carrying more stuff... Read more

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Airlok Dual 20l

Expedition size 20 litre dual ended bikepacking handlebar dry bag. Spacious and lightweight, long distance gear protection

Bundle price £14.99

Airlok Dual 13l

Bestselling 13 litre dual ended bikepacking handlebar drybag. Protect your gear from the elements whilst keeping it within reach

Bundle price £12.99

Stingray

The crème de la crème of bike luggage, Stringray is handmade bespoke here in our...

Bundle price £89.99

Fuel Pod

Lightweight top tube-mounted bikepacking bag in 2 sizes

Bundle price From £34.99
  • Cordura Black
  • Cordura Jaffa
  • Lego
  • Chilli
  • Black
  • Yellow

Stem Cell

Stem-mounted bags, ideal for food, water bottle, camera

Bundle price From £32.99
  • Black
  • Chilli
  • Lego

Big Papa

17 litre expedition bikepacking seat bag. Hardwearing, large capacity, exo-rail compatible

Bundle price £104.99
  • Lego
  • Black
  • Chilli
  • Yellow

Camo Betonga

Betonga lives for the big trip. Whether you’re loading your bike with extra gear for...

Bundle price £44.99

Betonga

Waterproof 3 litre fork cage bag for long trips and expanding your storage when you’re running out of space on the bike

Bundle price £39.99
  • Chilli
  • Black
  • Lego

Kanga

Ultimate handlebar harness to add stability, tyre clearance and protect your Airlok Dual

Bundle price £59.99
  • Lego
  • Black
  • Chilli

Fat Bike Stingray

The full fat crème de la crème of bike luggage, Fat bike Stingray is handmade...

Bundle price £110.00

Bear Paws

Cycle pogies with Cordura outer, lined inner with microfleece cuffs and drawcord closure for creating a toasty microclimate for your hands through the winter

Bundle price £69.99 Was £99.99

Our rackless bike luggage is designed to be durable enough to go the distance and light enough so that as you explore the world you can still enjoy the riding, throw in the occasional bunnyhop and drop-off a boulder just for fun. You may have to manhandle your bike over a gate, push through a swollen river, accelerate away from a charging bull - it’s all part of the fun.