Introducing the LOCALLION Cycling Backpack – the ultimate companion for all your outdoor adventures. Whether you’re cycling, hiking, running, or camping, this backpack is designed to make your experience as comfortable and convenient as possible. Made with tear-resistant nylon fabric, this backpack is both lightweight and durable, ensuring that it can withstand even the toughest of conditions.
Here are some of the key features of the LOCALLION Cycling Backpack:
– Easy drinking system: With an opening on the shoulder straps for the hose and mesh side pockets for water bottles, this backpack makes it easy to stay hydrated on the go. (Note: water bladder not included)
– Breathable design: The integrated breathable mesh pad on the back ensures maximum breathability and heat dissipation, so you can stay cool and comfortable even during the most intense activities.
– Comfortable fit: The ergonomic design on the back and wide webbed shoulder straps ensure a comfortable and secure fit, while both the chest strap and waist strap help to prevent the bag from wobbling while riding.
– Reflective stripes: For added safety at night, this backpack includes reflective stripes on the shoulder straps and front panel.
– Versatile: Suitable for both men and women, this backpack is perfect for a wide range of outdoor activities, including cycling, camping, and running. (Note: water bladder, bottle, and phone shown in the picture are not included)
If you’re looking for a high-quality backpack that can keep up with your active lifestyle, look no further than the LOCALLION Cycling Backpack. And if you have any problems or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact the manufacturer for assistance.
Greg lawrence –
Overall: I recently took this pack with me for a 5-6 mile mountain biking ride, and it held up great, and I often found myself forgetting that I had the pack on (I even had a full water bladder and gear packed in it). The quality seems to be decent, but perhaps not the best so I am curious to see how long it holds up. Most of the fabric and straps seem strong but the zippers do not seem like they will be the most durable, but we will see. There have been no signs of wear yet after one ride. My back did end up somewhat sweaty by the end of the ride, but I would expect this from any backpack. The pack also has foam inserts for where it touches your back but these seem fairly cheap and don’t doo much other than add some air between your back and the pack. The pack fits very snugly and does not move around during use. I was able to hop over rocks and roots, and ride down downhill sections without any movement from the pack or the items inside. The pack has plenty of pockets and compartments to store tools and snacks in. I was able to hold my tools/gear as well as some of my friend’s snacks and water bottle. This pack is by no means a high end pack, but so far gets the job done and does it well, especially for the price. With a $10 bladder I was able to get a full hydration pack setup for about $36. I will break down the pros and cons below.Pros:- Lots of pockets and zippers to store items and tools in- Fits a 2L bladder with room to spare- Stays in place while moving- Lightweight- The color matches my bike perfectly (though it is a slightly deeper blue than it shows)- Strong fabric used on most of the pack- Fair amount of storage spaceCons:- Somewhat cheap materials but no wear yet- Zippers seem low quality but also have had no issues yet- The velcro strap which holds the water bladder in place came undone after only a few minutes. However, when I left the bladder simply in the pocket unattached it stayed in place just fine.- Not super breathable, but the same as most packs- The loop that holds the water tube/mouthpiece in place works but is somewhat difficult to remove and insert the mouthpiece from.Conclusion: So long as the pack holds up for a long time and more rides I would definitely recommend this to others. It seems like a great pack so far for the price. I thoroughly enjoyed my first experience with the pack, and will update this review in the future if anything happens with it.
Amee S. Hurlocker –
This little backpack is very light and fits the few essentials for a bike ride. It also fits my body well, unlike another similarly looking backpack which I had to return because it had a very short front strap and was sitting too high on my back.I only used this LOCALLION backpack twice but it looks fit for purpose. I like the bright color for high visibility on the road. I don’t give it full 5 stars because it had a chemical smell when it arrived, which luckily wore off some days later.
It was a nice bag but its to small for me, air circulation is good
Greg lawrence –
I have used this backpack/hydration pack for most of the summer on my dualsport motorcycle travels. It has held up to some harsh conditions and I have been please with its performance.
I like the bag and its quality but it’s too small. You can’t beat the price tough.
Amee S. Hurlocker –
It’s advertised as 6L, but it is only 2L. It’s even stamped as 2L. It is very small, so there is no way anything would fit in it beyond a 2L water pack.Only giving it 3 stars as it is nice and looks well made. Wish it was 6L, but just gonna return it.
Leila B. –
This is a fairly narrow backpack that has the right amount of storage for what I need when I go mountain biking. It is just wide enough across so I can carry two extra water bottles to swap as needed. It is just barely too short to hold four in a two by two configuration in the main pocket. This is probably my only gripe. The small pocket off to the side is perfect for my iPhone which i use as part of recording my workout. It has what I need and not much more.
Perfect for hiking and biking