Alberts ECR

Apidura long term test

The main fabric is comprised of four layers and laminated to provide a good level of water resistance. In the areas where the bag is contacting the frame a more heavy duty fabric has been utilized to aide in the longevity of the product. Whilst the majority of the products are not seam sealed we find the use of smaller dry bags are useful for separating gear within them. Their range of rack-less bags will get you exploring beyond your usual horizons.


There are three sizes of bags and one dry bag. Small 9lt, medium 14lt and regular 17lt. The dry bag is 9 lt.

Apidura Saddle pack 17lt
Apidura Saddle pack 17lt


Small (9lt) and large (20lt), handy for light bulky stuff like sleeping bags, tents and mats.Jones Loop bar on Surly ECR


There is a huge range of shapes and sizes. Small medium and large in both mountain and road fitting as well as complete frame bags.  Pockets on both sides make it easy to compartmentalize and organize your gear. The road bags have a big square edge to accommodate more traditional steel road frames. We have found that sometimes modern carbon road frames are often more suited to the mountain frame bags. Come in to see which one will fit your bike best.

Apidura Full frame bag
Apidura Full frame bag


Feed pockets can fit a water bottle. Top tube pocket can even hold two cans of beer when riding home on a hot summer night. Really handy for stuff you want to get to quickly.

Apidura top tube pack
Apidura top tube pack


New for 2016 is the addition of waterproof gear to the Apidura range. This is great if you have precious cargo you want to keep dry. Available in a 9lt saddle pack and 9lt handlebar roll these look tough and we are very excited to be stocking them.

9 liter dry bag
9 liter dry bag



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Commuter Cycles acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional custodians of the lands and waterways in the area now known as Brunswick, and pays respect to their Elders past, present, and emerging, as well as to all First Nations’ communities in Australia.