Pico Panniers

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Pico Panniers

from 180.00

These Pico Panniers attach to suspension fork lowers or three-bolt bosses with no rack or cage necessary! Yes, really!! As the first of its kind, these bags took a ton of R&D to assure a bombproof attachment. Now we're confident these are reliable backcountry carriers. The external frames are made of ultra-tough CNC polycarbonate and have two variants (clamp-on or bolt-on). The weatherproof bags slide on and velcro around it. Each one can fit a 64 oz. growler!

*Sold in pairs

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Standard Features

  • 5.5" x 3.25" x 7.5" (12.5" unrolled)
  • Outside pocket with lid
  • Two compression straps (buckled for quick access)
  • Roll closure with velcro
  • PU coated Cordura main fabric
  • Full X-Pac liner (weatherproof all around)
  • HANDMADE IN CALIFORNIA
  • Polycarbonate external frame (select clamp-on OR bolt-on after adding to cart)
    •  Clamp-on (for suspension fork lowers) includes:
      • 4x hose clamps (stainless steel, 1/2" x 1-3/4")
    • Bolt-on (for forks with two or three bosses) includes:
      • 4x cap screws (stainless steel, M5 x 16mm)
      • 8x fender washers

Extra Features

  • X-Pac Main Fabric +$20

 

Instructions

Clamp-on

  1. Start with the non-drive side. Position plastic frame to desired height on fork. The two plastic pieces are identical and the lower hose clamp should go above your rotor.
  2. Mark clamp areas with a small piece of electrical tape so you can tape on a protective area under the clamp. Taping on one layer of cut open inner tube works well to protect your fork and provide a secure connection.
  3. Measure the clamp heights from the bottom of your fork and mark the clamp areas on the drive side at the same height.
  4. Clamp on the plastic frame and tighten partially. You can use your screwdriver through the plastic.
  5. Align the plastic frames straight forward so its not pointed toward or away from the wheel. Then tighten fully.

Bolt-On

  1. Install each plastic frame with two cap screws and fender washers on both sides of the plastic.

Bag

  1. Slide sleeve over plastic frame, front to back, all the way in till it stops. The left and right bags are different so make sure you have the correct side!
  2. Tightly fasten the velcro around the plastic frame and fork leg.
  3. After packing, be sure to tighten the compression straps. This will put tension on the velcro to really hold it against the plastic. Thats it!