The Kebag - a simple standalone handlebar bag perfect for day adventures. Scroll down to learn more.
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Great little bag that fits neatly under the handlebars. Steam straps holding tightly in place. Good size for every day riding essentials and sits neatly out of the way. Now looking at a custom version to better utilise access from both ends. Water resistant but couldn’t stand up to torrential down pours.
I brought it as a precent he was happy with it I’m likely to get myself one too.
I got my bag within 2 days of ordering - great service.
This morning on my way to work it rained for 1/4 of an hour but when I got to work there was about 50mils of water in it (with the zip closed).
If I'd had my phone or power pack in there they could have been ruined.
There's no point in having a water resistant zip if the bag doesn't have any resistance to water soaking through.
I like the bag and it's advertised for rides like the Tour Aotearoa but I will have to spray a coating on it and also put items into a plastic bag in the event of rain.
It was dispatched 6 days ago according to the tracking, and is still sitting at Auckland airport. Still a long way to Perth, Australia.
Looking forward to receiving it.
Quality little bag. Perfect for a light jacket, phone and a few snakes.
The Kebag. A standalone bar bag perfect for the day ride essentials. Large enough to carry a lightweight jacket in case of unexpected weather changes or some tools for that dreaded puncture.
A Mil-spec webbing attachment gives you plenty of options for mounting to the handlebars. The YKK Aquaguard zip helps keep the rain out but allows quick and easy access inside the bag.
Easily attaches to your handlebar with two cam-lock straps which can be adjusted towards the center or edge of the bag to suit. A bungy strap wraps around your steerer or stem to keep things stable when heading out on the singletrack.
Heading out for a 100km roadie? Tackling the Tour Aotearoa? Or just heading to the shops for an ice cream you will always be able to find a use for the Kebag.