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Order Overland Treatbags

Order Overland Treatbags

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Handy, easy access bags to attach to your handlebars. Often called feed bags because they're great for storing food – but we're not horses – we deserve treats to snack on, for riding a long way! 

Paper Roads bags in the 'Overland' range are larger and designed for long-haul brevets. These treatbags are spacious and can be opened and closed single-handedly. Sizing is 'large man hand-friendly' – dive right in without fiddling around with your fingers.

Just want one off the shelf? Check out the ready-made treatbags.


  • $110 ea or $210 for a pair (doesn't have to match) with pick your own colour panels & webbing
  • +$5 diagonal colour panel
  • Other requests can be considered, extra charge TBC


Fabrics available include Challenge Sailcloth Ecopak and fabrics from the X-pac range. These are ultra lightweight with DWR coating, imported from the US.


  • Size (when full): 25cm H, 9cm W, 8cm D
  • Single-handed opening and closing mechanism
  • Double elastic mesh pockets
  • Inner pocket
  • RUV film-backed liner, enables quick cleaning - just wipe with a damp cloth. Food often ends up everywhere in these bags and starts attracting possums. Unfortunate leaks do occur, like blue cheese!
  • Hole in the bottom to let water out (if not closed tightly in heavy rain, the bag will hold water).
  • 2 low profile velcro strips to attach to handle bars
  • Adjustable strap from bag to attach to forks to keep the bag upright and stable

Top Tips

Bikepacking rigs are often set up with a pair of treatbags. What you put in it depends on personal preference. From Amy's experience, riding a small frame means food storage is tricky but thanks to these large treat bags, they can hide more food than it appears! On a remote ride, one bag typically holds a pack of biscuits, a bag of scroggin, can of tuna and bars/gels. The other bag holds a bottle of water with a pack of tortillas. (French fries have been carried and eaten from a treatbag).

Care information

  • Do not throw into washing machine or dryer.
  • Scrub with a plastic bristle brush
  • If needing a quick clean, soak in cold water with mild detergent
  • If doing a thorough clean, use Nikwax Tent & Gear SolarWash and SolarProof.
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