Small and comfy – hip bags for your bike adventure
If you want to head for the wilderness on your mountain bike, you should definitely take a few things along with you – a multitool, a spare tube and a puncture repair kit or a tubeless repair kit, gels or bars and definitely something to drink. Plus a pump, and a rain jacket wouldn't be a bad idea either. But where do you put it all? When a bike backpack is too big and uncomfortable, it's time for a hip bag. It offers enough capacity for longer tours, but allows much more freedom of movement than a rucksack. It also leaves your back free, which is a big advantage on hot days. If you choose a hip bag with a bladder, your hydration is secured.