Analoko 48 water resistant frame bag
4 litre frame bag for medium sized bikes. Ideal for endurance racing, touring and weekender bikepacking. Waterproof construction for keeping your heavier kit secure and dry
Rain. As much as we moan about it, it sure does make the terrain we ride on what it is. That doesn’t mean we want all our stuff to get wet though
Analoko provides secure and highly water resistant storage for heavier items.
Analoko’s ½ bag design, with versatile Hypalon attachment points, fits most open frames and leaves room for bottles and cages.
Waterproof 450d TPU nylon and welded seams keep your valuables dry in all but the worst conditions. The two-way water resistant zip is protected by storm flaps, with front-facing apertures for cables or hydration tubes.
A spacious main compartment and small valuables pocket make sorting your wares simple, the removable base panel gives extra protection.
When carrying electricals, we recommend using a dry bag within your Analoko for added protection.
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
- Water resistant storage for heavier items
- Waterproof fabric and water resistant zip
- Welded seams for waterproof construction
- Universal fit for open frames
- ½ bag leaves room to run bottles and cages
- Spacious yet lightweight and streamlined
- Main storage pocket and small accessory pocket
- Large zip puller for use with gloved hand
- Two-way water resistant zips with large storm flaps
- Front-facing storm flap apertures for cables and hydration tubes
- Preformed shape for neat, crisp lines
- Removable protective base panel
- Versatile attachment with secure Hypalon tabs
Outer: 450d TPU nylon
Zips: Zip: 2-way water resistant zip
Hypalon tabs: 5
Weight: 220 g
Size: 48 x 5.5 x 12 cm
Capacity: 4 litres
What You Say: Customer Reviews and Comments
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Tough as a tank, decently roomy and now lives on my bike semi-permanently
I tried out frame bags from Blackburn and Apidura before settling on the Analoko. It has the same super high build quality as the Apidura Expedition range but with quite a few more attachment points for velcro straps, which is important on my bike because it has a cable mounted on the top of the top tube, so the cable guides get in the way of the Apidura bags. It's built like a tank and I can stuff a good amount of gear in its 4l capacity, which breaks into a wider section on the left and slim section on the right. I toyed with a custom Stingray for a while but I like that I can leave my bottle cages on permanently so when i'm not bikepacking I don't need to remount them. I waste some space in the frame but my bikepacking expeditions are starting off pretty small so i'm not into unsupported crossing of a continent just yet and can get away with less kit as a result. Before writing this i noticed that the zip pulls glow in the dark, which is a great feature when you're fumbling around setting up camp in the dark and need to grab something from your frame bag. I haven't ridden with it in heavy rain yet but I have no doubt that it'll keep everything dry - it's incredibly well built. I haven't taken it off my bike for about a week now because it handy when i'm running errands and even when i'm not it's very light and i wouldn't be surprised if it made my bike a smidge more aero. Really happy with my Analoko, full marks.
Just a great bag
Work out where your Velcro attachments go and cut to size. This bag is superb. Not too wide. Not to deep to inhibit water bottles. Great storage for small heavier things ie: penknife, charger, co2 canister, pump, inner tubes, tooth brush etc I ride a genesis equilibrium . Oh and fully waterproof, light. This bag is perfect for me
A worthwhile companion
Used this bag on my MTB on a gruelling three day trip across Exmoor and Dartmoor. Lots of rain, lots of sun, lots of mud, lots of stuff to carry (we were wild camping). This bag kept everything bone dry, withstood the weather conditions and was easy to access whilst riding. Compared to the Possum which some members of my group had; I think this is a better product for British weather.
Great value for money
Used this while commuting to work. I've used it in rain and it kept stuff dry. Only few mentions, if you pack it full, the storm flaps spread pretty wide and it rubs against my inner thighs specially when wearing rain pants, I've been thinking putting rubber band around the bag to keep it tight. Also the velcro tape that you use to attach the bag to the frame, was a bit short, had to cut short some of the pieces so that it barely fits. But generally a great value for the price.
A development tip to alpkit, extendable pocket to the bottom towards the ground with zipper would be very handy