Speedpack 915 is our highest capacity top tube-mounted storage
pack. The 915 is designed for longer races or for extended road, gravel, and/or triathlon riding and training.
The Speedpack 915's advanced mounting system
allows the high-volume 915 to fit nearly any bike on the road. This means that the Speedpack
is also compatible with many of the latest triathlon superbikes,
including those with integrated stem and aerobar systems. The Speedpack
915's special adaptable low-profile strap system allows the pack to mount securely
to your top tube with ZERO slipping and without attaching to a
stem or steerer tube. And the 915's modified aero
profile keeps aero drag to a minimum, which means more speed
at a given power output.
The Speedpack 915 is also a great choice if your bike has
top tube entry aero cabling (shift and/or brake cables that
enter the top tube vertically behind the stem). The Speedpack
mount nearly anywhere on your top tube and its advanced mounting system
means that you won't need to run straps around your stem or steerer tube. Since the Speedpack
915 doesn't attach to a stem, the 915 is also a great
choice if you run a super low stem and just don't
have the real estate to run straps around your steerer.
Like our other Speedpacks, the 915's advanced
computer-designed aero shape, derived from a modified Kamm-tail NACA airfoil.
And we integrated many of the
same unique Speedpack features that reduce drag, improve on-bike
stability, ease usability, and maintain high durability--please
see our full feature list below.
The Bottom Line: The high-capacity Speedpack
will securely and conveniently carry the race and training
gear you need on your road, gravel, or triathlon bike while
minimizing drag and helping you ride faster. The 915 is also
large enough to easily fit most modern smartphones, including all iphone
If you are a
smaller person and/or have limited top tube clearance, be sure
that your body can clear a 4" high pack mounted near
the front of your top tube.
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