Review – BTR All-Weather Waterproof Wedge Bicycle Saddlebag

BTR Products Waterproof Handlebar Bag Review
The BTR All-Weather Waterproof Wedge Style Bicycle Saddlebag can certainly go the distance—it came with me on last year's #CelticCrossTrail bikepacking adventure—a 1875-kilometre ride that featured some of the worst riding conditions I have ever experienced. The compact waterproof saddlebag kept its contents dry and secure throughout that journey and has remained on the bike to this day.

As with the earlier reviewed BTR Waterproof Handlebar Bag, this waterproof wedge saddlebag is as simple but as effective as they come. Made from 100 percent waterproof fabric with a large easy opening roll-down closure—it seals out the elements in all conditions.

The saddlebag has a universal fit design, with three hook-and-loop fastening straps attaching it to the saddle rails and seat post. It should fit any bike, and it has great adjustability while remaining securely in place. Note: I recommend knotting the saddle rail straps when you have set them to the right length, as they can slip in the quick-release buckles.

On the outside of the saddlebag there is a light loop to attach a small rear taillight, and two reflective stickers on the side of the bag to help with visibility.

Size: Length x Width x Height: 18.5 cm x 9 cm x 8 cm.

There are plenty of big-name waterproof saddlebags on the market, but this one is outstandingly fair value for less than £20. It will hold its contents safe and secure, and it is big enough for even mountain bike and gravel bike spares. A great adventure biking piece of luggage.

BTR Products Waterproof Handlebar Bag Review

BTR Products Waterproof Handlebar Bag Review

BTR Products Waterproof Handlebar Bag Review

Tim Wiggins Bikepacking Adventure

Tim Wiggins Bikepacking Adventure

Tim Wiggins Bikepacking Adventure

BTR Sports provided with this product for test and review


  1. Hey Tim . You carry a heavy load of goods on your bike . How often do break your rear axle ?


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