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Blackburn Outpost HB Roll Bag

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Outpost HB Roll Bag

The Blackburn Outpost HB Roll Bag offers you the extra storage space you need for your next camping expedition. The Outpost HB’s quick release mounts fits most handlebars, and the red compression webbing that secures it to the bar also works as a shoulder strap when you’re off the bike. The bag rolls shut at both ends and closure is secured with buckles. Blackburn also includes exterior tie-downs for lashing additional gear to the bag.

  • Quick release mounts fits most handlebars
  • Red compression webbing also works as a shoulder strap off the bike
  • Closure is secured with buckles
  • Exterior tie-downs for lashing additional gear to the bag
  • Item #BLB000J

70D nylon
25.4 - 31.8 mm handlebars
Attachment Type
QR handlebar mount
Manufacturer Warranty
Recommended Use
haulin' your stuff

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Suffer buddy

I've used it several times

Used this on a quick climbing/bike touring trip from SLC to Maple Canyon. This little guy was one of the most worthwhile bike packing items i've ever owned. I was able to cram my Sierra Design Backcountry Bivy, Therm-a-rest NeoAir, extra shirt, rain jacket, snacks, headlamp, Gopro, Goalzero Venture 30, my ipod in there with room to spare and the carabiner loops were perfect for hooking my Goalzero solar panels to. PLUS, it's an excellent pillow.


Outpost Loaded

Keeps the weight nice and centered. Easy to maneuver and just enough room for all your stuff.

>Rating: 4

Burrito Power

I've used it several times

Like most all things that are rolled this HB roll doesn't disappoint. An easy solution to add some cargo capacity to your bike without adding a lot of weight. When you get to camp it takes about 4.3 seconds to remove bag from the bike. For bikepacking this bag is almost perfect. Pros: -Hauls a fair amount of stuff. (I fit sleeping bag, neo air, and bivy) -Relatively stable. -Mounts easily. (mounted on both mtn and drop bar without issue) -Quick to remove and attach load when at campsite. -Mounting bracket spaces roll far enough off bar to allow room for cables and hoses. -Bag rolls from both ends to easily adjust volume. -Roll top bag velcros to harness to hold it in place while you do up straps. Cons: -Not waterproof. Seriously? The bag is relatively thick and durable. It is water resistant, but it should be water proof. It is nice that it allows you use whatever dry bag you want in it, but they should have just made the included bag water proof. -Bounces up and down a little, but handles singletrack fine. -Mounting bracket is multiple plastic pieces. Long term durability may be an issue. Considering everything I would definitely recommend bag. Over 300 miles in and I have had no issues.