Velomacchi 40L Speedway Backpack

Jan 30, 2018

Category: Gear

Velomacchi has set themselves apart in the bike world thanks to an almost intuitive understanding of what motorcyclists are looking for in a backpack. Their gear is tough, built for traveling at high speeds, and comfortable for wearing even on the longest rides. Case in point, the Oregon-based brand’s 40-liter Speedway Backpack.

A much larger version of the brand’s popular 28L roll-top, this bag is built for longer trips that require a bit more gear. Thanks to its 1000D competition fabric and magnetic roll top closure system, it is both water and abrasion resistant. In addition to the large storage space and durable build, the backpack features Velomacchi’s proprietary 3-point rotating harness system with magnetic clip for a secure and ergonomic fit. The bag also includes a sleeve for inserting a hydration bladder, a clip for mounting an action camera, and an emergency contact pouch should you catch a bit of bad ripping through the twisties. A worthy investment for the urban rider or the weekend warrior.

Purchase: $300

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