A revolutionary touring pack
In making a rackless saddle pack for bike touring, Apidura caused a sensation among randonneurs fed up of using unwieldy panniers. Rapha has partnered with the ultra-light packing brand to present a special version of their extremely successful Compact Saddle Pack which, when paired with the Handlebar Pack, will hold enough gear for any lightweight tours into the wilderness. The highly-functional pack straps on to the rear of the saddle with a three-point attachment, lodging tight without restricting pedalling or swaying around, and a roll-top closing system ensures your equipment is well protected. Rapha has added its distinctive Brevet stripes to the pack, one in reflective white and one in hi-vis pink, while all of the webbing and shockcord have reflective yarns woven in for extra visibility, too. A game-changing piece of kit.
Please note that while the body fabric of this pack is waterproof, due to the stitching process used to assemble the product, there is the possibility for water to enter through the seams when exposed to sustained rain. Rapha and Apidura recommend using an internal dry bag for contents that must remain absolutely dry (such as electronics).
Details and Materials
- Based on Apidura Compact Saddle Pack
- Lightweight yet tough construction
- Water resistant (see note in description copy)
- Rapha Brevet stripes on sides (1 reflective white, 1 hi-vis pink)
- Reflective yarns in outer webbing and shockcords
- Reflective Rapha and Apidura logos on left side
- Pink inner lining
- Three-point seat attachment made from anti-slip Hypalon
- Roll-top closure with compression strap
- Bungee cord tie-down on top
- Two bike light attachment points
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- Wipe clean with a damp cloth
- Do not dry clean
Trying to figure out if any of this product is made from leather. The with stripe looks like it may be. Anyone know if it is made from leather?
Hi, does this bag come in different colours? That.. would be awesome.
Is 11L the max capacity or when extended, is is greater. A range so show the compressed/max capacity would be useful.
With commuting in mind, how easy is the pack to take off when I lock up my bike & put back on on return route?
Just wondering if this has two clips for lights like the Apidura branded bags. In the photos is seems like the Rapha version only has the one spot for a light, which could make things difficult depending on how much is packed into the bag.
Hi guys. I have a Cervelo S2 aero bike, the seat post is carbon and and accordingly shaped as in all aero road bikes will there be no problem with attaching the Apidura? Cheers.
The height of the back is 15cm, does this mean if I have more than 15cm between seat - rear tire I can attach this?
Would a 10.5 iPad pro fit in this pack?
Thank you for your request. We’ll contact you when your Rapha Apidura Saddle Pack is available.
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