Bikepacking Handlebar Bags

Bikepacking Handlebar Bags

Handlebar bags are ideal bikepacking bags for carrying lightweight but bulky items like sleeping bags and down jackets... Read more

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Airlok Dual 13L

Bestselling 13 litre dual ended bikepacking handlebar drybag
Was $17.49
  • Black
  • Chilli

Airlok Dual 20L

Expedition size 20 litre dual ended bikepacking handlebar dry bag
Was $19.99

Gravel Bag

5L roll-top handlebar bag with expandable storage
Was $59.99
  • Black
  • Teal Peel
  • Chilli


Dual-ended 13L bar bag for carrying light, bulky items
Was $54.99
  • Lego
  • Black
  • Chilli
  • Teal Peel

Tivaro 20L

20 litre waterproof handlebar bag with integrated harness
Bundle price $49.99


Add stability with this Airlok Dual compatible lightweight handlebar harness
Was $14.99
  • Black
  • Red


Ultimate handlebar harness to add stability
Was $74.99
  • Black
  • Lego

Roo Pouch

Kanga compatible pouch extension. Streamlined and tough bag
Bundle price From $44.99
  • Black
  • Lego
  • Chilli
  • Lego

Bear Paws

Cycle pogies with Cordura outer, lined inner with microfleece cuffs
Bundle price $119.99

Bikepacking Handlebar Bag Bundle

Handlebar bags and harnesses to strap kit like sleeping bags and mats to your handlebar.
Was $119.99

Tivaro 13L

13 litre waterproof handlebar bag with integrated harness
Was $39.99


Top-loading 4L handlebar bag for longer day rides
Was $59.99

Drop Bear

Tough and lightweight with multiple attachment points
Bundle price $69.99


3 litre dual-ended waterproof bar bag for commuting and touring
Was $29.99

Our Guide to Bikepacking Handlebar Bags

All our handlebar bags are fully waterproof and make use of dual-sided entry points for easy on-the-move access to your gear. The lighter you pack your handlebar bag, the lighter the handling.

Airlok Dual works fine on its own but add a harness for extra stability and tyre clearance. Extend your rig further with additional accessory bags and hooped handlebar bags for a full-blown expedition rig.

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

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