New Handlebar Bags!

For 2019, hot on the heels of the brand-new Moab Handlebar Bag, we’re also stoked to release a new version of our stalwart Entrada Handlebar Bag. Intended for use with stems 80mm and longer, drop bars, or Jones bars, the Entrada is rock solid on jarring terrain. We’ve updated the mounting system, and the Entrada can now be used with or without the included pocket - which is completely redesigned as well.

We’ve also just released a new version of our long-running Tapeats Handlebar Bag. The Tapeats is our singular take on a feedbag. Virtually waterproof, one-handed operation, fits lots of snacks, electronics, or other quick-access items! One of our most popular pieces of gear.

Finally, we’ve also just dropped another brand-new piece: The Chinle Handlebar Harness. The Chinle allows you to use any dry bag you’d like as a high-performance handlebar bag. Works with packrafts, tents, or other cylindrical gear as well! Adds the same pocket from the Moab/Entrada for increased functionality.

Last-generation Entradas and Tapeats are on sale now!

Check out all our handlebar bags here.

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Introducing: The Moab

Introducing the Moab Handlebar Bag - a completely unique take on the bikepacking handlebar setup. Intended for use with modern mountain bike geometry - short stems, long top tubes, and wide bars - the Moab rides incredibly solid on any terrain, and maintains your bike’s handling. No fragile racks, no cantilevered weight, no brake lever interference. Drops and jumps? Okay. Backcountry chunder descents? Heck yes! Time to go #shredpacking.

Bedrock Ambassador Brett Davis, waiting for the weather to ease while testing the Moab on a Colorado Trail through-ride.

Bedrock Ambassador Brett Davis, waiting for the weather to ease while testing the Moab on a Colorado Trail through-ride.

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Pinyons & Pines
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Bedrock Ambassador Dana Ernst just released a newly-created bikepacking race in Arizona. Called Pinyons and Pines, this 280-mile self-supported event takes in urban Flagstaff, the red rocks of Sedona, the high ponderosa pines of the Mogollon Rim, and the semi-alpine high desert of the San Francisco peaks. May 18 is the start date; lots more info to be found at danaernst.com/PinyonsPines . Put it on your calendar!

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Holiday Info
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As we roll into Christmas and New Year’s, here’s some important info for everyone!

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE:

  • Orders placed by 3pm MST on Thursday, December 20, will be shipped on the 20th.

  • As normal, we do not ship Fridays.

  • We will be closed Monday, December 24 through Tuesday, January 1 for our annual holiday break.

  • This means that ANY ORDERS PLACED for stock items between 3:00pm on December 20 and 3:00pm January 2 will all ship on January 2nd. Custom items are subject to the normal 2-3 week build time. (Edit 12.26.18: Okay, we did a marathon shipping day today, to make our lives easier come January 2nd! Thanks y’all!)

  • We will not be responding to emails or phone calls during the holiday break.

  • We’ll be back to business as usual Wednesday, January 2.

HOLIDAY SALE:

  • Our holiday sale is still on through Christmas Day; the best-selling Entrada Handlebar Bag is 20% off, and when you buy an Entrada and use the special code, anything else is 10% off! Full details here.

Thanks to all our wonderful customers for an excellent 2018; we’ll see you in 2019. Happy New Year!

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