The new Modular Adventure Travel Case from Green Guru bucks the trend of ever more evolved and specialized bikepacking bags. Instead, made out of reclaimed fabric, the Mod Case can be strapped to your handlebar, inside your frame, or even slung over your shoulder – letting you carry whatever you need for the next adventure, from cameras to fly fishing gear.
Green Guru’s The Modular Adventure Travel Case bikepacking bag
Bikepacking bags are becoming more refined but the new do-it-all bag from Green Guru goes the other way. With modular external attachment points and completely adaptable internals the Mod Case can fold out to make an impromptu camp kitchen, sort & store your fly fishing gear, or protect a traveling cocktail setup.
The US-made, recycled fabric bag isn’t bike-specific, but rather deigned to haul your precious cargo however you get around. Possibly the best solution for your next multi-sport travels.
The Modular Adventure Travel Case – Tech Details
The Mod Case is made in the Colorado from durable 1000D upcycled Cordura nylon fabric that Green Guru salvages from old event tents, making the bags mostly waterproof.
Inside the liner fabric allows you to velcro the included internal dividers to set it up however you need to secure and protect your gear.
The Mod Case can be hung from your handlebar or toptube with removable velcro straps that attach to a webbing loop that runs all the way around the bag. Or you can lash it directly to another larger pack, or clip on the included shoulder strap to carry the case on your back.
Open the case, and a rigid panel folds down as an adjustable shelf to access whatever you have packed away inside. The 6.7L bag features padded sides, an adjustable fold-down work surface with paracord straps, and comes with 5 feet of velcro to adapt it to your own gear.
Pricing & Availability
The Mod Case can be had by supporting Green Guru’s Kickstarter campaign, now through the end of October. Limited daily special deals start today at just $55 for a Mod Case, with regular early supporter pricing of $85 (down from the $120 final retail price.)
Other special package deals include a Mini Bar setup starting from $120, and a Tenkara travel Fly Fishing kit starting from just $220 if you act fast.
Kickstarter backers can expect deliveries in January 2019.