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Lidl will offer three different bikepacking bags for £9.99 each in UK stores from Sunday 8 March, 2020. Here’s what you need for a bikepacking adventure Bearing the German discount supermarket’s in-house Crivit name for cycling kit, the frame pack, handlebar roll and saddle pack look to be the cheapest way to get into the more Instagram-friendly form of cycle touring this spring. All three of the bags are claimed to be waterproof, with the handlebar harness shipping with a 10-litre roll-top dry bag. Other nice touches, such as loops to mount lights and reflective patches, are welcome and surprising additions on such cheap bags. These hex keys will only set you back a, frankly ridiculous, £4.99. Lidl Alongside the bikepacking gear, the German discount supermarket will also be selling a more traditional pannier bag for just £9.99 apiece, a track pump for just £6.99 and handsome colour-coded hex keys for just £4.99 a set. Unlike Lidl’s arch-nemesis, Aldi, the products are not available for pre-order online so we genuinely recommend getting to stores early to make sure you bag a bargain. It’s no exaggeration to say we’re expecting new iPhone-like queues outside of stores across the country.