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By pairing our T1 rack with Tailfin's most durable pannier bag, the UD Package provides the perfect solution for bikepacking adventures off the beaten track.
Featuring High-Frequency welded seams and a roll-top design, the UD offers total protection from the elements, however extreme the conditions.
Constructed from a robust Hypalon rubber laminate, the UD Package is built for the toughest bikepacking adventures - days when when you need absolute faith in your equipment.
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 UD 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.
The rubber grip fits to any seatpost (including deep aero) with no risk of damage.
Unique quick-release design means that you can fit or remove your rack in seconds.
The UD features a rigid, internal backbone that holds your belongings secure in all conditions.
Keep your valuable items safe in all weathers with the UD’s essentials pocket.
The T1 rack and UD pannier bag have been designed as a totally integrated system, keeping your ride smooth when the road is rough - or when there is no road at all.
Optional security screws disable the T1’s quick-release function and secure the rack to your bike, giving you peace of mind no matter where your adventure takes you.
Detachable mudguard lends protection from the elements, keeping your commute comfortable and dry.
Featuring total adaptability and complete protection from the elements, the the UD Package is a match for whatever the city throws at you.
Reviewed Feb 2018
Reviewed Feb 2018
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Reviewed November 2017
|Weight||350g / 12oz|
|Maximum Load||18kg / 40lbs|
|Material||Carbon fiber monocoque and alloy QR fittings|
|Axle compatibility||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||800g / 28oz|
|Material||Hypalon ultra tough 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||UD Pannier Bag|
1x T1 Carbon Rack - 4 colour options available
1-2x UD Pannier Bag
1x T1 Axle - 4 axle types available
1-2x UD Shoulder strap
1x T1 Mudguard/Fender - Clip-on and removable
1-2x 8mm Spacer Set - For regular tubular racks
2x T1 Seatpost Strap - XL included for deep aero seatposts
1-2x 10mm Spacer Set - For regular tubular racks
1x T1 Security Screw Set - Disables the rack's quick release function
1-2x 12mm 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.
Tailfin products have been designed to help you create incredible experiences - but we also want to make sure you’re covered when things don’t go as planned. That’s why every single one of our products is covered under Tailfin Care, providing you with real-world support that you can absolutely rely on.Tailfin Care ›
Je fais du vélo sur route sous plusieurs formes : petites sorties hebdomadaires, grosse sortie d'une journée en montagne mais aussi voyage en autonomie.
Je voulais un vélo qui puisse tout faire :
- être équipé de sacoches quand j'en ai besoin
- mais aussi qu'on puisse tout enlever facilement pour avoir un vélo léger pour la montagne.
Le Rack Tailfin me permet ça !
I do bike on the road in several forms: small weekly outings, big exit of a day in mountain but also travel in autonomy.
I wanted a bike that could do anything:
- be equipped with panniers when I need it
- but also that I can remove everything easily to have a light bike for the mountain.
The Tailfin Rack allows me that!
I bought the Ultra Durable Package (Racks & Panniers) for my bike packing trips. I had been looking for a long time for a light option to carry my equipment. Yes, tailfin might cost a bit more, BUT from my point of view, it's worth it. I have two bikes, a Basso lightweight speed bike, and an Orbea e-bike. The Basso uses the axle to mount for the Tailfin rack, the Orbea uses rack mount adaptors, which I'm grateful Tailfin provided although they are not continuing this idea. With the Basso I am on tour, the Orbea I use to go to work.
With the Basso, I was recently in Sweden. The two bags I hardly felt, yes the bike was, of course, heavier, but where I went the rack with the bag followed silently and in a very elegant way. Even a bumpy road, where my water bottle fell off, the rack and the bag didn't move a millimeter. Riding with them, felt like they were not existing, they didn't influence the behavior of the bike. The people who made Taiflin seem to be enthusiasts which a lot of passion for cycling. I could feel the passion in the design and the need to create a satisfying product. It is so easily attached to the bike, so well engineered that I really love them. The Basso and the Tailfin became one unit on the tour.
The Orbea and the Tailfin still need some time to become that unit. Maybe it's because I'm using rack mount adaptors, which are not recommended. Unfortunately, I can not change the axle at the Orbea bike, therefore I am very grateful for the rack mount adaptors, but it feels less stable, although I never lost anything and looking at it, it seems all good. It's just a different behavior while riding the bike, I can feel them, while I'm riding. I do not feel them when riding Basso.
In short, this is the best rack for a lightweight rack I have found and I became a huge fan of Tailfin. I am so looking forward to the AeroPack. Thank you for this wonderful product. The next project could be a rack for the front wheel ..... ;-)
Am about a month into using these, and can say that this rack/pannier system ( it truly is a system) is the best I have ever used. Second day out, I took them through the rain, and everything made the trek bone dry, and the ride felt great, the weight distribution is perfect, and had no concerns riding on slick roads.
The tail fin is engineered remarkably well, and although I use this primarily on my commute, I am already planning a 200km+ trip with these. The system is elegant, very easy to get the bags on and off, and honestly the best ride I have ever had with the type of load that I am carrying. Fully loaded bags, and I cannot even tell that they are on the bike (not it in the way you can with traditional racks). No negative sway, no sluggish feel, no wide ugly dangerous turns.
I had some amateur bike club guys ride up to me, and scoff at wanting to put a rack system on my road bike they other day... that was until we hit an incline, and I zipped past them, in the saddle no less, and thought that the encounter of blowing past an amateur bike club (to be fair, 4 middle aged mamils) - with my daily commute load, speaks for how unobtrusive the setup is. I probably have the same negative feed back as anyone else: The inside of the bags should be a brighter color to help with visually seeing your contents, and that once the bags are off the bike, I wish there were an easier way to carry them (they come with shoulder strap, but no where for the strap to go once they are affixed to the bike - other than it dangling, or taking it off). All in all I am stupid happy with these! If you are debating the purchase, jump! I took a chance on them, and haven’t looked back, and my back has thanked me the most for removing an excess of 20+lbs worth of kit from a commuting backpack.
I'm currently on a five-day trip in North Carolina's Blueridge Mountains. I'm staying with friends, so I go for daily rides with my new Ritchey Outback gravel/travel bike--and every day I take along a few things such as rain gear, a snack or two, a spare tire and afew other items, in one pannier mounted to the T1. Most of the riding is on asphalt, but every day has seen rough gravel sections in the endless forests of this area. There is no sway or movement from the pannier. The way it locks onto the rack in the mornings when I take off is sheer incredible: Three seconds, tops. The outback uses thru-axles, and mounting the rack to the bike is a 15-second affair (on two rides my friends shuttled me to a different starting point and I had to remove the rack temporarily). I also have a "normal" Ritchey BreakAway that I took to New Zealand this spring, with QR axles. I rented a campervan and did loop tris every day, and of course used my T1 and a pannier to take stuff along. In a few weeks I'll be in Germany and I'm taking an extra T1 plus pannier set for GF. The initial plan is for a few overnighters from her home base. The cool thing is that the rack will fit on her bike, sight unseen. I'm in the planning stages for true bike packing trips in both Cuba and Chile where I will be carrying more stuff, obviously. I've used saddle bags and of course other panniers, but they pale in comparison to the stability of this system--plus you can fit it on virtually any bike, whether there are eyelets or proper braze-ons (impossible of course on carbon bikes). My bike touring experience includes crossing the US, riding from Alaska to the Panama Canal, and thousands and thousands of miles in Europe, East Asia, and the Americas. At age 63 I'm no longer all that excited about some of the pain that comes with self-supported touring, but the Tailfin system has rekindled the wish for more adventure (thus the planned Cuba and Chile trips). I can't wait for the Aeropack to complete all.
Not long back from a cycling holiday, the first outing for the rack and panniers. The panniers were very easy to take on and off the bike , not a creak or rattle to be heard through the trip- just didn't know they were there. I have to admit I left the fitting of the rack to my husband but he said it was easy and the rack has been switched between bikes already. Just back from first supermarket shopping trip with panniers which are very roomy , my first step to reducing my carbon footprint.