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Roll into the lands less traveled.
You're packing up your steed for a mission across New Mexico, but space is a bit cramped between your saddle bag, bar rolls, and fork cages. Water will be sparse, you've already come to terms with that, so boost your storage capacity with the AcePac Roll Frame Bag nestled neatly in your front triangle, so you can stash an extra hydration reservoir, or pack in an extra few layers for the chilly desert nights.
The Roll Frame Bag loads you up with tons of extra space for gear, and secures to your ride with hook-and-loop straps at the head tube, seat tube, and top tube for a rattle-free fit that's easy to adjust. The main compartment, as the name may have you guessing, features a roll-top closure, making the space completely variable, so you can pack in extra snacks, and cinch things down to a smaller roll when supplies are used up, instead of continuing on with an extra-baggy pack flapping in the wind. It's crafted out of durable Ecomade Cordura Ripstop that stands up to the trials and tribulations of bikepacking, and comes along with a drybag that slides nicely inside, and secures in place with a hook-and-loop strip at the top. The liner can be skipped on those bone-dry rides to shave some weight, and tossed back in when you're heading to the Pacific North West for a trip that's likely to experience a bit of downpour.
- A roll-top frame bag for packing in the essentials
- Durable Ecomade Ripstop fights wear and tear
- Keep your contents dry with removable drybag liner
- Roll-top closure allows for adjustment of bag depth
- Available in two sizes for different frame needs
- Secures to your ride with hook-and-loop straps for easy adjusting
- Item #APC0007
- Q & A
Works Great!! Love the Roll Top!
I am no stranger to frame bags, my summer ride has a custom 300 dollar frame bag on it that I use for bikepacking, so when I decided I needed another frame bag for my snowbike I decided to try this option. It was inexpensive and looked like it would work well. I was not disappointed. Winter riding you have to wear lots of layers to stay warm, but often after you have been climbing for an hour you might need to peel a layer off, and well you need somewhere to put it This frame bag works perfectly for that purpose. I have the large model and it fits my medium frame barely. The roll top closure system works nice because there is no zipper to struggle with and you can stuff a lot more in the bag like a full coat if you need to. Definitely recommend this bag for a much less expensive option to the bags that often cost hundreds. Its made very well, waterproof, and bombproof. I have ridden mine in rain, snow and I've never had anything inside of it get wet. It has multiple layers to protect your gear inside. Make sure to look at the measurements and measure your frame to get the best fit, its important. Definitely love this bag!!