Honeypot Feedbag

(7 customer reviews)


A round-shaped feedbag made for mountain essentials. Please see the Fabric page for color and material descriptions. Spacelink sold separately.
The Honeypot is a round-shaped feedbag designed to fit Nalgene® bottles, Hydroflasks, bike bottles, or other large circular items. The Honeypot is built to last by using a Dyneema® reinforced drawcord channel, an X-Pac™ collar, and closed cell foam in the body panel. There are three attachment points to your frame (stem, handlebar, and fork) with a full circumference daisy chain to get the best fit to your specific cockpit. Build Materials
  • X-Pac™ or Cordura® body fabric
  • Dyneema® drawcord sleeve for lifetime durability
  • Crosslinked closed-cell foam support
  • One-wrap velcro attachments
Design Features
  • One-handed open/close for easy access while riding
  • Both right or left stem attachment
  • Drain port for rain water
  • Fits standard Nalgene® bottles, MSR white gas bottles, bike water bottles
  • Weight: 2.8 oz (79 grams) with VX21 fabric, 3.2 oz (91 g) with X50
  • Max Volume: 1.8 L

7 reviews for Honeypot Feedbag

  1. Mullaney (verified owner)

    I bike for fun and for employment. My bottom line is quality and deign for purpose not flash. My Rockgeist Honeypot has lived up to both my guiding principles for gear. It’s been through driving rain, dumping snow and carried creature comforts on 10 degree mornings. I can get what i need out of it without stopping. The additive is that these bags are made in North Carolina, Appalachian ingenuity at its best!

  2. Molly

    Greg loaned me a Honeypot last summer when I needed something to give me easy access during a 2-day 200-mile Bike MS ride. I intended to just borrow it so that I could rep my friend’s brand while on the ride, but I haven’t given it back and won’t, and am about to order a second. It’s not only useful for an additional water bottle of easy-access hydration is what you’re going for, but I now also use it regularly to keep most anything I’d need to stash for a quick day ride or out-and-back. It’s great for stashing cold-weather add-ons that peel away mid-ride, and other quick necessities. The design keeps it versatile. For instance, I’ve been able to use it to stuff an entire top layer away if it goes from rain-to-dry, or keep a rain layer close in case weather turns bad. Personally, I’ve now gone on a few rides with Greg where we’ve added a second HP, and for me, having two is ideal. Access point is key. Thumbs up all the way.

  3. Mat Long

    The choice of fabric/color is an absolutely amazing attribute to this brand. No other bp bag maker offers this. The Honeypot delivered on all fronts. clean, held my Ti mug and Liter of Cola I mean Zefal Liter bottle perfect and with zero problems.

  4. Katie V. (verified owner)

    Ok, there are a ton of feedbag options out there. The Honeypot Feedbag is my favorite for several reasons (yes, I have tried a couple other feedbags). First, the material of the bag is sturdy and holds its shape much better than other feedbags. I like this because it remains in position better as I twist and turn my handlebars. Sturdier for holding items; sturdier for protecting items inside. The outside mesh pocket is also a plus and it’s a tight sew, which allows me to not worry about any of my little items (chapstick, garbage pieces, hand sanitizer) falling out as I bike on unpaved roads. And of course, the straps are adjustable – you can remove them and fit them in a variety of ways according to the make of your bike and handlebars. Yay! BTW, I am both a daily commuter and also a long-term bikepacker and this bag is awesome for both situations!

  5. Andreas Tobler (verified owner)

    I used the Honeypot feedbags on a recent 3-day trip, and I could not have been happier. They attach via 3 Velcro loops to the handlebar and fork, and the provided loops around the Honeypot give a lot of flexibility how to best position them. I used a handlebar harness, Gas Tank and frame bag (Mudlust) as well, and despite of the many attachment points it was no problem to attach them all (Greg configured the custom Mudlust frame bag with the addition of a Gas Tank in mind).
    The build and fabric of the Honeypot is very high quality, and it is equipped with a practical 1-hand opening and closing mechanism. Due to a drinking bladder failure I had to carry two Nalgene bottles with me. Even when carrying a full bottle the Honeypot held-up very well. They are now permanently on my bike and became a reliable adventure companion.

  6. Chuck (verified owner)

    I’ll be honest, this is the only feedbag I have owned. I am sure this is the only one I need. It is solid, sturdy and keeps its shape, unlike some lame, droopy sacks I’ve seen on the YouTube videos. I have two of these bags, and they’re used for commuting to work, bikepacking, and just some random dicking around. They’re great for snacks, sunglasses and holding my beer. And the mesh pocket on the outside holds a knife for quick access when I need to fight off a bikejacker. It also holds my lip balm. Use the feedbag with the Rockgeist Spacelink. You won’t regret it.

  7. wjdeeter (verified owner)

    I ordered a full set of custom bags for a Santa Cruz Hightower, including two Honeypot Feeders and the Spacelink. Each bag is incredibly well made and fits perfectly. The functionality of the material and design is incredible. The Spacelink is an engineering masterpiece! Greg is very helpful in the selection process as well as “tweaking” the set-up. I did a lot of research before ordering. After receiving the bags, I cannot imagine a better custom set-up on the market. You will not be disappointed.

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