By combining the T1 carbon rack with our lightest ever pannier bag, the SL Package provides the ultimate lightweight solution for commuting and fast touring.
The T1 rack and SL pannier bag have been designed to work together in harmony, providing peerless user-experience and ride quality.
By pairing the T1 carbon rack with the SL's High-Frequency welded seams and roll-top design, the SL Package offers total protection from the elements without compromising on weight.
The T1's lightweight carbon frame weighs just 350 grams (that's less than a can of coke).
The T1 rack is compatible with nearly any road, touring, hybrid or commuter bike. No matter what you ride, the SL Package will work seamlessly.
Convenient mounting points for a rear light and high-vis detailing help keep you seen and safe, no matter how far-flung the adventure.
Soft rubber grip fits to any seatpost (including deep aero) with no risk of damage.
The SL features a rigid, internal backbone that holds your belongings secure in all conditions.
Our beautiful designs allow you to carry belongings effortlessly - whether that be in town or on the open road.
The rigid, wishbone-design carbon frame offers exceptional agility, with no sway or rattle.
Optional security screws disable the T1’s quick-release function and secure the rack to your bike, giving you peace of mind when riding in the city.
Detachable mudguard lends protection from the elements, keeping your commute comfortbale and dry.
Reviewed Feb 2018
Reviewed Feb 2018
Overall customer rating
Reviewed November 2017
|Weight||350g / 12oz|
|Maximum Load||18kg / 40lbs|
|Material||Carbon fiber monocoque and alloy QR fittings|
|Axle compatability||QR and Thru Axles|
|Seatpost compatibility||Maximum of 3" deep aero seatpost|
|Fitting time||10-30 seconds|
|Security||Anti-theft screws disable quick release function|
|Weight||650g / 23oz|
|Material||Lightweight nylon and hypalon laminate|
|Volume||22L / 1350cu.in|
|Size - HxWxD||600mmx315mmx160mm / 23.6"x12.5"x6.3"|
|Waterproofing||Seems ultrasonically welded|
|Fitting time||5-15 seconds|
|Rack connection||Over center alloy clamp|
|T1 Carbon Rack||SL Pannier Bag|
1x T1 Carbon Rack - 4 colour options available
1x SL Pannier Bag
1x T1 Axle - 4 axle types available
1x SL Shoulder strap
1x T1 Mudguard/Fender - Clip-on and removable
1x 8mm Spacer Set - For regular tubular racks
2x T1 Seatpost Strap - XL included for deep aero seatposts
1x 10mm Spacer Set - For regular tubular racks
1x T1 Security Screw Set - Disables the rack's quick release function
1x12mm Spacer Set - For regular tubular racks
|Express Shipping Times||Standard Shipping Times|
|Europe: 1-3 business days||Europe: 3-7 business days|
|North America: 2-5 business days||
North America: 5-10 business days
|Asia: 4-6 days business days||
Asia: 5-10 days business days
Australia: 4-6 days
Australia: 5-15 business day
|Rest of the World: Unavailable||Rest of the World: 5-15 business days|
Replace your axle with a Tailfin axle to mount the Tailfin rack. Most bicycles use a Quick Release axle, however, we also support the new Thru Axle standards (e.g. 12x142, 12x148, E-Thru, Syntace X-12, etc)
The T1 is designed to fit close to the tyre, therefore the maximum tyre sizes are: 700x40C / 40-622 / 27.5X1.95 / 650Bx50 / 50-50-584
The Super-Light and Ultra-Durable bags can take up to 22 litres of luggage and will fit a 17" laptop.
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This is the most amazing design and the product is a life saver! I recommend this product to everyone with a bike!
The product is robust, works exactly as described, is super light and on the whole very easy to install. The only area I would say that needs improvement is the instructions on how to install if you have a thru-axle rather than a QR skewer. The combination of spacers is somewhat confusing and requires some trial and error.
I'm a relatively new cyclist, been going at it for about 4-5 months now. Was looking for a rack system that would work on my Carbon road bike. Unfortunately my new purchase didn't have rack mounts.
Looked at some seat post rack options, but from reviews and looking at the product, they didn't seem reliable enough and and on the most important aspect they just didn't seem sturdy enough.
That is when I found the Tailfin racks and I can say I am 1000% satisfied and happy with the product. The rack system is extremely easy to install and works with no issues. I was hesitant at first because it seemed almost too easy and too simple, but it is the best product I have found and will be using it for a long time.
You barely feel the rack when it's on, and the SL bag attaches with ease and hovers on the rack like magic.
I currently use only 1 bag, so you can feel weight onto one side, but even that is very minimal and the bike still feels pretty balanced.
Just waiting for my 2nd bag to come in.
Yes, the rack is a little pricey, but it is well worth the money, without a doubt. The Customer service has been very responsive even to where I am located in California.
The only issue I had was with the instruction manual that comes with the rack and the explanation with the thru axle. It only has pictures, so it's quite complicated and confusing to understand(It's almost not needed).
I think I spent more time trying to decipher the manual then installing the rack. However, just watch the videos online/on this website and the install is super easy!!!
There are things that come close to perfect but this has hit the mark. I have 8 round trips of 40+ mile commuting to work. I have had a rear flat on one trip. No problem with getting the wheel off. I have had to stand and climb with no balance issues. I've lead a 26 mph paceline and at the end the comment was that's a beautiful rack. I have to carry two laptops and refused to put them on my back but disliked all racks on the market for my carbon bike, so I didn't ride. This rack is freedom.