Let’s be honest. While most bike baskets are practical, they’re not especially fashionable, and you can only use them soLong as the weather holds because they’re not waterproof. That’s why it was high time for someone to reinvent the bike basket. The ORTLIEB Up-Town Urban was designed for all of those who prefer to get around town by bike, even if they need to go shopping or run other errands, or simply want something on hand for spontaneous purchases. Want to ride off in the morning without knowing what the day has in store for you? Make sure to take your Up-Town along. Easy to attach to your handlebar, this versatile bike basket accompanies you without compromising your bike’s handling. This is because the Up-Town Urban, with its streamlined profile, scarcely adds to your wind resistance. Moreover, it protects your cargo against wind, dust, and rain – not to mention all those inquisitiveLooks. And with its distinguished appearance, the waterproof polyurethane-coated Cordura fabric matches every outfit and every occasion. You can open and close the stretch cover without having to remove it entirely. And with a packing volume of 17.5Liters, you’ll have plenty of space for all of your stuff. There is also aLarge, zippered inside pocket for all the things you want to be able to access quickly such as your smartphone, wallet, and keys.
- 4 Different handlebar mounting sets available
- Comfortable, adjustable handle - flat adapter plate
- Basket cover designed for quick access - form-stable aluminum frame
- Reflector made of 3M Scotchlite reflective material
- Zippered inside pocket
- Tip-resistant quadrapod design
- Maximum payload: 5 kg
|Color||black - beige|
|360° View||360° View|
|weight||820 g | 28.9 oz|
|height||28 cm | 11 inch|
|depth||22 cm | 8.7 inch|
|volume||17.5 l | 1068 cu inch|
|Lower Width||33 cm | 13 inch|
|Upper Width||38 cm | 15 inch|
6.16 kg kg
Leave your car at home and cycle 122.6 km to compensate for this product.
This calculation is based on the EU target of 95 g CO₂/km for all new vehicles as from 2020.
You can find out more about sustainability at ORTLIEB here.