When you're embarking on a mission, be it to the corner bodega, or around the world, its best to be properly prepared with cargo space from a pack like the Ortlieb Ultimate 6 Free Handlebar Bag. With your choice of 5 or 7 liters of space for packing in a few days worth of food, or your sleeping bag, this handy handlebar pack is ready for you to take on the adventure ahead. It's crafted to keep up, with durable PU-coated polyester construction, and it features a stable, rigid construction to prevent squishing your bananas on the ride. For easy use the bag features a magnetic flip top, securing in place with minimal effort, though Ortlieb stresses the importance of keeping magnetic strip cards and keys away from the powerful magnet to prevent any damage. It comes equipped with the Ortlieb handlebar bag mounting hardware, packed with a lock to keep the bag secure when you're away from your ride, and reflective piping to boost your visibility on the way. The bag comes ready to toss over shoulder with an included strap, so you can carry it up to your flat or into the office at the end of your commute. The 5 liter model includes a transparent rainproof flap compartment with a 21 x 12-cm payload for the safe stowage of your smartphone, GPS device or roadmap.
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