Bags

Canadian Cycling Magazine - - 2018 GIFT GUIDE -

The PRO Dis­cover se­ries can out­fit any bikepacker. The han­dle­bar bag A ($ 115, pro-bikegear.com) is wa­ter­proof and has an 8-l ca­pac­ity. The seat­post bag B ($ 115) can han­dle 15 l of stuff for big multi-day rides. The Ax­iom Sey­mour Ocean­weave P55+ C ($ 160, ax­iomgear.com) is made from an in­no­va­tive eco fab­ric. The Co­quit­lam, B.c.-based com­pany de­vel­oped a way to turn ghost nets, fish­ing waste that’s harm­ful to ma­rine life, into a durable, wa­ter­proof ma­te­rial, per­fect for soggy out­ings. The Osprey Trans­porter 40 D ($ 160, in­sport.ca) is a ver­sa­tile duf­fle. It’s a great race-day bag, whether it gets packed care­fully the night be­fore or hur­riedly the morn­ing of. Carry it with its back­pack straps or with its shoul­der strap. For af­ter the race, there’s the Yeti Hop­per Flip 8 E ($ 274, yeti.com). The durable cooler keeps all the postevent fu­elling op­tions cold.

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