Ten years ago Mountain Feedbags started the entire category of stem bags. They've proven their worth on just about every major backcountry race and route that exists. As the name suggests, the Mountain Feedbag is an on-the go aid station for endurance riding.
It offers ample food storage with fumble free one handed access via an innovative drawcord system. Slightly larger than the previous version, you can now easily fit your beloved 1L Nalgene bottle, camera lenses, and more. We've also added an additional outside pocket, leaving you with more space for wrappers, sunscreen, granola bars and other small items.
Mountain Feedbags also work well as bike mounted lens cases for mirrorless camera systems.
Mountain Feedbag Features
Super fast, one handed (really!) opening and closure with no fumbling to grab cord locks.
Three external pockets for gels and trash.
Three layer construction: outer fabric, foam and liner. Foam adds stiffness and insulates.
Bright yellow interior liner snaps in place and is easily flipped for cleaning
Mounts to either side of stem with adjustable attachment points run two for tons of storage
Easily used in combination with a Sweetroll or Harness handlebar system
Fits bike water bottles, Nalgene bottles, and bear spray cans
Made in the USA with domestic and imported materials.
1 reviews for Revelate Designs Mountain Feedbag handlebar bag with an average rating of 5/5 points.
Single Favorite Bike Bag I do a lot of loaded touring, and the feedbag is my favorite single piece of gear on my bicycle. In fact, I have two of these mounted on my handlebars! I love that they are both easy-to-reach while I am riding. Depending on where I'm riding, the feedbags carry a combination of the following: bear spray (when I'm riding in bear country), my Hydroflask (when I want to sip on a warm cup of tea while riding), a bag of my favorite snacks, or my smartphone and my point-and-shoot camera. The bag is well thought-out. I love that the bags an be easily closed with the cinch strap, and I love that I can use the netted side pockets to carry my used food wrappers. ★★★★★ Sarah B.