Silca Maratona Minimo bag stores and organizes your ride gear, carries on a plane

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Today, the cycling experts at Silca announced the release of the Maratona Minimo, a downsized version of their popular Maratona gear bag. It has a smaller size that fits under the seat in most airplanes, and carries all of your race-day essentials in an organized and compartmentalized fashion. With easy access and open design, you’ll have everything right where you need it for your next event.Advertisements

Silca Maratona Minimo ride day gear bag

Silca has been in the bag business for a little while now, with their Maratona gear bag handling the heavy lifting. The new Maratona Minimo uses a very similar concept, in a smaller overall size. The Minimo makes the most of its smaller size by way of an internal divider system, much like you see with camera bags.

We got our hands on a pre-production version of the bag, which looks to be high quality, with an overall rectangular shape. Dimensions of our sample measured 18″ x 12″ x 10″.

Side and rear pockets can handle smaller items such as electronics, sunglasses, keys, or other small items.

The inside of the bag has adjustable dividers, two water bottle straps, and mesh pockets to keep things organized.

A shoulder strap is included, along with two separate gear bags – a vented garment bag and a roll-top shoe bag.

The Maratona Minimo folds completely open on one side, just like its bigger brother.

The Maratona Minimo is available now in the US for $175, with UK and EU availability coming soon. Check out this and other Silca products at the link below.

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