Weight 1 lb 15 oz / 880 g
Capacity 1220 cu in / 20 L
Size 20 in x 10 in x 7.9 in / 50 cm x 26 cm x 20 cm
Material Deuter-Ripstop 210

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Deuter's Bike One 20 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The tacky dirt trails await, load up the Deuter Bike One 20 Backpack with a day's worth of extra layers, snacks, parts and tools, and see how far your legs can take you. This Deuter daypack is perfect for mountain biking, hiking and skiing with its low profile streamlined design, its comfy, load-stabilizing suspension system and its roomy 20 liter volume. Boasting innovative design, the Bike 1 20 Pack has The Deuter Airstripes System that pads your back but leaves an open channel down the middle for air flow while the mesh shoulder straps and hipbelt hug your frame for those tight turns. A stow away rain cover anticipates an unexpected storm and a deployable mesh net quickly stores your helmet for long uphill stretches.

- Altrec Outdoors

Looking for a little more volume, but not necessarily bringing the kitchen sink? Don't let the name fool you - the Bike One 20 by Deuter is not only great for riding, but also hiking and many other single day activities.

- CampSaver.com

From its integrated rain cover to the super-ventilating back panel and straps, there's no doubt that the Deuter Bike One 20 Backpack is designed for the biking and hiking enthusiast. Even after dropping in a hydration bladder, this pack still leaves you with 20 liters of space so you can bring along some extra clothes, food, and on-trail supplies. Airstripes System features two separate foam back panels that flex separately and allow air to channel upward and out at the neckAirMesh lining on the back panel, contoured shoulder straps, and mesh wings provide maximum breathabilityRemovable foam back panel lets you vary the amount of padding to handle different load sizes and works as a sitting padStowaway mesh helmet keeps your biking lid handyDouble-sewn, bound seams offer lasting durability and eliminate frayingHydration pocket compatible with a 3L bladder (included)Integrated rain cover features a sewn-in reflector for increased visibility

- Backcountry.com

For the forefather of biker backpacks and his girlfriend functionality is tradition! All systems go for a joint bike outing. For a family outing, there is also the mini version: the "Ultra Bike" for children. With breathable mesh "wings". This bag has aluminum stays can be bent to fit the back precisely. Alsi comes with 3D AirMesh lined shoulder straps that heat heat escape and offers a really comfortable ride. Made from Deuter-Ripstop 210. This an ultra-tight weave, hard wearing 210 Denier Nylon. Recognizable by the very technical, shiny surface incorporating tough Ripstop threads. This lightweight and extremely robust fabric is perfectly suited to the manufacture of lightweight products. Top quality PU coating. This highly technical material is used for lightweight Alpine and Trekking models. Deuter Airstripes System 3D AirMesh lined shoulder straps. Anatomically formed, they guarantee comfortable movement range. The chest strap further secures the fit. Breathable Mesh wings on the hip belt stabilize the load. Two contour-shaped layers of knobbly foam with AirMesh lining and minimal back contact provide maximum airflow. Flexible aluminium stays within the foam profile can be bent to fit the back exactly. (Bike I, Superbike and Trans Alpine).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Deuter Bike One 20


The Deuter Bike One 20 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 28, 2015 at CampSaver.com.

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