The Scicon Sports Hipo 550 saddle bag with Roller 2.1 Quick Release system is one of the more spacious saddle bags in our collection with a medium size. Great for storing ride essentials, like one inner tube, a micro tool, two CO2 cartridges, a patch kit and maybe an energy gel or two. Despite its larger size, the design remains subtle hiding the bag neatly under the saddle which means it won’t rub against your bib shorts during your ride.
The patented Roller 2.1 quick release mounting system attaches the saddlebag to your saddle rails without having to use any tools. Mounting the bag to the saddle rails only also means you avoid wear and tear of your seatpost as you may find from conventional saddle bags that wrap around the seatpost. Built into the Roller 2.1 mounting bracket on top and on the inside of the saddlebag you will find two tire levers, complementary with every Roller 2.1 saddle bag in our range, saving additional space. Made out of durable woven Nylon with reflective piping and a light loop for greater visibility, the Scicon Hipo 550 RL 2.1 saddle bag is made to last.
SCICON was founded in 1980 in a garage near Bassano del Grappa - Italy, the heart of the cycling industry, to solve the problem of how professional cyclists could travel with their bikes. The evolution over time has created a brand, which not only solves problems, but inspires adventure around the world.
With over forty years of activity, the greatest cyclists in the history of cycling have used a SCICON bag. Moser, Cipollini, Pantani, Indurain, Bettini, Boonen, Froome, Contador, Nibali, Sagan, to name just a few.
In 2011, the ASG Group became the main shareholder of SCICON, guaranteeing rapid, global expansion.
In 2019 Scicon Sports entered the world of sports eyewear and immediately became a point of reference for many cycling champions and enthusiasts.
In 2020, after less than a year, Scicon Sports glasses win the Tour de France with Tadej Pogacar, over 50 races and are used by three World Tour Teams. UAE Team Emirates, NTT Pro Cycling, Israel Cycling Academy. We are here to win and stay.
Today SCICONSPORTS exports to over 40 countries and operates branches in the USA (San Diego), South Africa (Pretoria), Australia (Melbourne). The Headquarter in Bassano del Grappa (Italy) includes a concept lab for the prototyping of bags, production of technical sportswear and an eyewear assembly department.