San Util Design from Winter Park, Colorado, just released a new mid-sized handlebar bag that looks ideal for all-day riding and lightly loaded bikepacking. Take a peek at the San Util Design Roly Poly Handlebar Bag here…

Unveiled at the 2024 Sedona Mountain Bike Festival last weekend, the latest product from Winter Park, Colorad-based San Util Design is the Roly Poly, a medium-sized handlebar bag that has a three-liter capacity and can be overstuffed to hold around five liters’ worth of cargo. The San Util Design Roly Poly’s features include stretchy side pockets, a roll-top closure, a zippered front pocket, front daisy chains for lashing on gear, Voile strap/shock cord attachment, and a pair of internal pockets. The bag measures 10″ wide by 7-12″ high by 4.5″ deep. It weighs in at 268 and 310 grams with EPX200 and 1000D Cordura fabrics, respectively.

San Util Design Roly Poly Handlebar Bag
  • San Util Design Roly Poly Handlebar Bag
  • San Util Design Roly Poly Handlebar Bag

The Roly Poly is designed to work as a standalone system for long day rides or as part of a complete kit for multi-day bikepacking trips. I’ve been riding with a Roly Poly for a few days now, and although it’s too early to form any detailed impressions, the top-notch construction quality is right on par with the basket/tote bag, custom full frame bag, and mini panniers from San Util that I’ve put many miles on over the past couple of years. As with all of the products that come out of the San Util workshop, the Roly Poly is made by a small and dedicated team of makers and includes a lifetime warranty against defects in stitching and construction.

San Util Design Roly Poly Handlebar Bag

You can buy a readymade Roly Poly in a handful of colors and fabrics for $145. Or, for $160, you can fully customize your bag and select the primary, secondary, webbing, and cord colors to make it your own. Pre-made bags are in stock and ready to ship now, and custom bags take about a week to build.

Find more details and buy a readymade or custom Roly Poly over at

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