Waterproof Bike Packs By Rapha

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A complete solution to carry essentials and gear on cycling adventures.

The Waterproof Bike Packs from Rapha provide a convenient way to protect your stuff while cycling, rain or shine. Designed to cover all the bases, the collection features several designs. The new adventure-ready line includes the Frame Pack in three sizes, Top Tube Pack, and Bar Pack, with a Rear Pack also announced for 2019. Used on their own or combined in a super-set to carry more gear, the line offers the ideal solution to keep essentials safe and dry in all weather conditions. While the bike packs come in different versions, all of them boast the same PU-coated ripstop polyester fabric.

Durable and conveniently waterproof, the material keeps water away from the contents for more peace of mind. The waterproof bike packs also come with welded seams, streamlined shape, and foam padding to enhance protection further. Other features include waterproof zippers and reflective stripes for more visibility. Hi-vis interior lining enhances functionality and makes finding essentials as easy as possible. Hard-wearing velcro straps and cam lock wraps keep the packs firmly attached to your bike. The storage capacity ranges from 1L to 20L, to suit any type of cycling trip, from going to a picnic to taking off for the weekend. Photographs© Rapha.

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