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PDW Bindle Rack

PDW Bindle Rack

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Bikemonger says... This is a very simple and very stable solution to a bikepacking problem... the dreaded tail bag swing. If you pack a tailpack right it will hardly move. but the great thing about this is that you can load this up any way you like and it will always be groovy.

PDW says... The Bindle Rack is a seatpost mounted rack designed to easily haul your gear on multi-day cycling tours or just across town. The rack is constructed of lightweight alloy and mounts to any size seatpost in seconds. Heavy-duty compress straps loop through saddle rails to carry your cargo. The Bindle Rack helps to prevent side-to-side sway while riding and rear wheel rub for riders with short seat posts. Place your tent, sleeping bag, drybag or other gear directly onto the Rack platform and pull the compression straps tight to secure the load up against the bottom of your saddle.

Our recommended stuff sack is the Terrapin Drybag by Revelate Designs. The Terrapin is 3d welded, offers a tapered shape that fits the rack platform perfectly and includes an air purge valve for easy compression. 

"Take it easy, but take it." - Woody Guthrie

  • Rack mount fits seatposts 22.0 - 31.6 mm
  • Rack deck measures 133 x 343 mm (5.25 x 13.5")
  • Total Rack length: 432 mm (17")
  • Rack weight: 350g (13 ounces)
  • Rated to 5.5 kg
"Clamped and strapped in place, with a modest level of luggage aboard, no amount of half-assed chuntering across unkempt terrain gave any cause for concern." - TheWashingMachingPost

"Sometimes, when you really secure a load, it takes a little time to untie and unstrap and un-mingle all the tie down crap you tied off. Not the case here, just three clicks and I was inside to pick out a post ride refreshment." -

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