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KitBrix Kit Bag (Black)

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£48.00

Why to buy:  Spend less time searching for kit and more time cycling.  You'll have complete control over your kit and ready access to what you need to support your training or comp day.  A superb way to keep your things organised for cycling events, days out and get-aways.


"We have had the pleasure of testing the bags for weeks now and we are total converts…ergonomic design, throughly robust, totally adaptable in use. A modern marvel!" - Cycling Weekly.


For sizing details, please see our Size Guide near the bottom of this page.
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It keeps all your kit organised for you and takes the stress off training, competitions and events - things like wondering where on earth your spare pair of socks have gone is a thing of the past.  With multiple zipped inner compartments and mesh side pockets, you can make things as handy to reach or as secure as you want.

The KitBrix Kit Bag is made from Tarpaulin, a material known for its super strength against wind, rain and sunlight, used for expedition kit, campsite canopies and around the world.  Typically a KitBrix can hold a pair of cycling shoes, a full days ride clothing including outer shell plus a helmet and accessories - gels, garmins, towel etc.  And if you'd rather carry your helmet, you'll be able to cram more clothes in for a second days ride!

If you love your first KitBrix and feel the need for another, or if your other half wants one too, there's the option to zip together.  The shoulder straps then act as a backpack and both can be stored or carried as a duo.  Other features such as a rider ID pouch for team use, transparent pocket for route map and stand-up design makes this bag even more effective - every thought has been made to ensure there's less time faffing and more time doing what you love.

“The KitBrix Cycling Kit Bag has revolutionised the cycle carry bag design. Gone are the days when you had to carry multiple bags to fit all your stuff in, whether helmets, shoes, tolls or accessories" - Cycling World.

Size Guide

Weight ~ 1.3kg

Dimensions ~ 39 x 24 x 24cm

Capacity ~ 2L

Geek's Corner

  • *No. 1 Choice for Pro Team Raleigh*
  • Made from: Double wall industrial strength tarpaulin
  • Can hold up to 2 day cycle kit: clothing, outershell, helmet, shoes (up to size 13) and accessories such as garmins, gels, microfibre towels etc
  • Joining zips to attach other KitBrix
  • Rider ID pouch for team use
  • Quick access pocket for gels
  • Internal security pouches
  • Transparent pocket for route map
  • Extendable strap
  • Weight: 1.3kg
  • Dimensions: 39 x 24 x 24cm
  • Capacity: 20L

KitBrix are delighted to say that all their product materials meet REACH standards in manufacture.  Improving in every way they can, meeting with manufacturers to work on ways to reduce, reuse or recycle their goods/products.

Who's Behind It?

All it took was one man, the Artemis Quadrathlon and a train journey home.

Robert Aldous, founder and director at KitBrix Ltd, left the military after 10 incredible years and envisaged a working life doing something different, something challenging and to create something that adressed a problem.  Robert fell into the standard route of Risk Management in London for the promise and dream of big wages and corporate life - however, it wasn't quite ticking all the boxes.  Then this happened...

Robert took part in a Quadrathlon in Scotland, replacing one of his colleagues.  Unfit, dis-organised and under prepped, Robert soon came to realise he was in trouble.  No cycling shoes and kit all over the place at a multisport event.  He wasn't happy with his efforts and realised such events were becoming ever so popular, something needed to be done.  So pad and pen came out and the sketching began.  An idea for simple kit organisation that would have helped him and others in such scenarios.

At the end of the train journey Robert had a design concept and in no time at all KitBrix came to life, getting their first products to market in 2014.

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