Parts & Accessories
What should you do with all those small, but important extras on your bikepacking tour? The best place to put your snacks, smartphone, rain slicker, and other items is in your ORTLIEB Accessory-Pack. This convenient volume expander for your Handlebar-Pack keeps your things secure, absolutely waterproof, and quickly accessible at all times. Use the metal hooks to securely attach the Accessory-Pack to the four points of attachment on the Handlebar-Pack. And if you don't plan on spending the night outdoors and don't need your Handlebar-Pack, you can still use your Accessory-Pack as a handlebar bag thanks to its pre-mounted Velcro straps. You can even use the carrying strap to transform the lightweight bag into a shoulder or hip bag.
If you have unconventional handlebars (sold separately) but still want a bag with easy access when riding then pick up Ortlieb's Extension Mounting Set for the Ultimate5 handlebar bag (sold separately). It pushes the bag out front further than normal so you can still use your fun hand positions and enjoy the convenience of a handlebar bag.
The integrable mesh inner pocket with zipper for the Handlebar-Pack QR. For all small items, such as wallet, snacks, cell phone or keys.
- Strap with buckle and hook for supporting the Seat-Packs - Prevents lowering of pack with uneven weight distribution - Additional support for Seat-Pack straps when fully loaded - Excessive strap is fixed with Velcro - Can be used for Seat-Pack M and L
This mounting set allows you to attach your Saddle-Bags to other bicycles. For all Saddle-Bag, MudRacer and Micro models. - 1 mounting set for Saddle-Bags, including screws
The Adapter (set of 2 for one mount) helps to adjust the mounting angle of the fork pack mount on front forks (45 degree braze-on base becomes 30 degrees) to prevent contact of the bags with the wheel or spokes. By mounting the two angle elements, the distance between fork pack and front wheel can be increased, which minimizes the risk of spoke contact if the braze-on base is in an unfavorable position on the fork.
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