Ortlieb Travel Biker Rack-Top

$189.99 $149.99




Bike up and carry on!

Racktime Snapit Mounting!

This waterproof suitcase quickly mounts to the top of your bike rack. Arriving at the airport or train station, it is an ideal size for carry-on baggage. The Travel-Biker is just the ticket to help avoid driving to the airport. Imagine the convenience. No waiting in traffic. No paying long term parking fees, or dealing with checking luggage. Just bike to the station or airport, lock up, carry on and go.

The four internal pockets, two with zippers, keep small goodies stowed away. The outer mesh pocket is handy for boarding passes, a small water bottle and a good book. The spacious main compartment fits your clothes and travel necessities on the way there and a bunch of souvenirs on the way home. Two internal compression straps keep things from getting scrambled along the way. The padded handle makes the suitcase style bag easy to carry. A large reflective stripe makes it easily seen on the back of your bike.

A rack adapter is included and fixes the Travel-Biker to your rack with a simple click. This pack is compatible with all Ortlieb Bike Panniers as well as most other bike panniers. Whether on a business flight to Tokyo or a flight home for the summer, the Travel-Biker will get you there with a brilliant combination of form and function.

  • Available colors: black or hazel
  • Outer Mesh Pocket on lid
  • Two-way Waterproof TIZIP zipper
  • Padded, removable carrying handle
  • 4 internal pockets – 2 with zips
  • includes rack adapter for mounting
  • Works in conjunction with all other Ortlieb panniers
  • Dimensions: 6.5″ x 19.7″ x 13″ (H x W x D)
  • Volume: 1648 cu. in
  • Weight: 55.1 oz

All Ortlieb products are backed by a 5 year warranty against defects in material and manufacturing.

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David G.

A trip to the hardware store

The handles are secured with a screw and plastic nut. These failed within minutes of loading with gear even before connecting to the bike rack. After a trip to the hardware store for bolts, locknuts and large washers, the problem was solved.