Your Ultimate Touring Companion.
No matter if you're mountain biking through a rainstorm or on a bike tour in the dog days of summer, the Ortlieb Rack-Pack has the trustworthy durability you need to keep your essentials safe.
This 100% waterproof travel bag has all the advantages of an easy to use dry bag. Flexible and variable packing volume adjusts to any situation, easily containing all the gear needed for traveling and sports. The roll closure with stiffener bar has its roots in stuff sack technology. It fits perfectly into bike trailers and can fit perfectly on the rack for bike touring. This robust multi-talent bag is also good for motorcycles. Comfortably carried with adjustable padded shoulder strap and carrying handles for unbelievable versatility.
No matter where your adventure takes you, the Ortlieb Rack-Pack is ready for anything. Keep your essentials safe and your mind ready for adventure.
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Bag Type: Duffel Bag
Bag Capacity: 1000 to 2000 ci
Black - Small ( 24L )
Mfg PartNum: K61
Sun Yellow - Small (24L)
Mfg PartNum: K61H7
Black - Medium ( 31 L )
Mfg PartNum: K62
Sun Yellow - Medium (31L)
Mfg PartNum: K62H7
I used my new 31 liter Rack Pack on one multi day bike tour. I got it because I hoped it would be better than using a bungie net on top of my rack to hold a bear vault of food and crocks shoes. It is far superior to bungeeing stuff on the rack. The procedure to snap it onto the Ortlieb rear panniers works as simply and as easily as shown in the Ortlieb how to video. It rides securely, stays in place well in spite of bumping and jarring over the miles. It keeps stuff together, and protected from the elements, at night in the campsite. After one four day trip it shows no sign of wear. It seems quite rugged, and I believe it should hold up a long time. I'm very happy with it. I talked to one person who had a raccoon chew through an Ortlieb pannier to get food at night in a campsite, and I've heard from others of people they know who had raccoons and squirrels do the same thing. Therefore I keep all my food in a bear vault canister and set it out on the ground by itself overnight, to protect my expensive Ortlieb items.
I have used it on my Touring bike rack for quick access to the tent, sleeping bag and pad. Everything I would need for camp side relaxing. I also use it on my kayak for touring on near by lakes and am thinking on my SUP board also.