Haiku Handlebar Tote

Priced: $66.93 - $97.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
Haiku Handlebar Tote
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Color: Majolica Blue
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Haiku Handlebar Tote - Make your bike-commute a little more stylish with the Handlebar Tote from Haiku. Made from eco-friendly cyclePET fabric that uses post-consumer bottles, the Handlebar Tote straps onto the handlebars to safely carry your essentials wherever you go. And don't worry about your iPad or tablet; the Handlebar Tote has a padded compartment to keep your tech devices well protected.


  • Recycled polyethylene is made from plastic beverage bottles; this textured fabric is durable and soft, yet tough
  • 100% recycled PET polyester is made of post-consumer beverage bottles, righteous, soft, and tough


  • Padded iPad sleeve stores and protects this essential item
  • Secure top snap-close main compartment; includes padded zip compartment for up to a 10 in. tablet


  • Shoulder strap length adjusts from 27 - 51 in.


  • Secure snap closure at top; internal zip and open pockets


  • Three pockets secure the necessities


  • Includes short straps for hand carrying and long straps for wearing cross-body
  • Use with short handles or cross-body strap
  • Short wrapped handles plus long, adjustable strap for off-bike use
  • Rip-and-stick handlebar straps detach when not in use; includes key fob attachment that doubles as a handlbar stem attachment
  • 2 simple handlebar attachment straps loop on to handlebars with rip-and-stick tabs; works for virtually all handlebars and detaches when not in use


  • 8.5” x 13” x 5”
  • Hook-and-loop tabs easily attach to bike handlebar; recommended for cruisers only
  • The Handlebar Tote saves 19.7 plastic bottles from the landfill!
  • Haiku recommends the Handelbar Tote for use with cruisers only
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Cruising down the streets with your fixie is a breeze when you take a trip with the Handlebar Tote by Haiku™
cyclePET fabric is recycled poly from 100% post consumer beverage bottles.
for easy entry.
for added organization.
Key fob attachment doubles as a handlebar stem attachment.
Rear hook-and-loop handlebar straps detach for storage when not in use.
Versatile carry options.
short handles or crossbody strap.
Removable, adjustable shoulder strap for a comfortable fit.
Metal hardware and logo details.

The Haiku Handlebar Tote, made from recycled plastic bottles, not only looks more beautiful than your bike basket, but it's infinitely more portable and practical, too. Oh, and it has a padded sleeve for your iPad or other tablet. Bye-bye, wire basket; hello, cool, environmentally conscious handlebar bag.

REI (2012) (closeout)

The perfect assistant for your two-wheeled adventures, the Haiku olive print Handlebar Tote straps on to your bike's handlebars to carry your iPad or other tablet as well as other daily essentials.



The Haiku Handle Bar Tote is the perfect assistant for your 2-wheeled adventures. Strap it onto your bicycle handlebar to carry your iPadĀ® as well as your other must-haves.


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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Accessory Strap Drop:32 in
Accessory Strap Length:58 in
Bag style:Tote bag
Bottom Width:13 in
Carry-on size:Yes
Depth:5 in
Dimensions:8.5 x 13 x 5 inches
Fits laptop size (in.):10 inches
Gear capacity (L):9.05 liters
Gear capacity (cu. in.):552.5 cubic inches
Handle Drop:8 1⁄2 in
Handle Length:17 in
Height:9 in
Laptop compartment:Yes
Material:Recycled polyethylene
Middle Width:13 in
Number of exterior pockets:1 main compartment
Top Width:14 in
cyclePET fabric:recycled poly from 100% post consumer beverage bottles

Haiku Handlebar Tote Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I didn’t know exactly what shade of blue Majolica Blue was but since I filtered out all colors except for navy in my search, that’s what I expected when it arrived. Not true – it’s more of a peacock which complements the flower stitching and handles on the bag which is an iridescent olive. In fact, look at the seat belt in your car. Mine has got that same iridescent/shiny quality I’m trying to describe. Anyway, it sounds like an odd combo but since the handles/stitching are reflective it really brightens up the olive. The bag is lined but it appears there might be some additional material between the inner and outer fabric which gives it a nice substantial look and keeps it from collapsing in on itself when not full. Almost like one of the insulated canvas lunch bags everyone carries now. I’ve only had the bag for one day and haven’t experienced any of the squeaky noises from the handle hardware that I’ve read about with other Haiku bags but even if I did, I like it so much it wouldn’t be a deal breaker. My major complaint is about the dimensions of the straps. They are only an inch wide which is fine but when you lay one down flat, it is very thin. I think if I were to load up my bag so it were heavy and try to carry it on my shoulder that it would cut into me; it’s so thin the edges would be sharp if that makes sense. I would prefer something that when laid down had the thickness of a seat belt, or more. The snap that keeps the bag closed is also kind of hard to snap and unsnap. I’m thinking it will loosen up some after use but it may just be my particular bag… I am very happy with my bag and only foresee a return if something goes awry with the snap.
Lisa - customer at Zappos.com on 05/07/2013
I love this bag. I wasn't looking for a handlebar bag - I was looking for a handbag with 2 handles and lots of organization. I'd been carrying Sherpani's Pinot, but it was too small and I kept losing track of my keys or bluetooth headset in the bag. Not a problem with this bag. Lots of pockets to keep you organized, but not too many that it takes too long to search them all. I especially like the two slip pockets on the inside - phone and bluetooth go in one, keys in the other. Plenty of room for a full-size ladies wallet, large smartphone, sunglasses case, Kindle, hand lotion, etc.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 10/08/2012

Great Haiku everyday bag

I purchased this to use as an everyday bag. Just like other Haiku bags, it is very functional, sturdy and attractive. The center zip pocket is lightly padded and large enough for a tablet. There is no top zip to completely secure the contents, but the snap feels sturdy and holds snugly. I ordered the olive print and it is definitely an olive color (which didn't show as clearly online.) The strap and handles are all removable, making this very versatile - shoulder, crossbody or handbag. Very happy with this!
Michigan Mom at REI on 10/10/2013
Bag is of fantastic quality. I do wish that it had perhaps magnetic closure instead of the one snap. Snap is very hard to engage so most of the time it is hanging wide open. Straps are a bit thin - this bag has some weight to it, so those thin straps dig into my shoulder.
Kathleen - customer at Zappos.com on 06/16/2013
The color is more of an olive than grey, but I think it looks better in olive with the yellow interior. Seems very durable. Lightweight considering the size. Glad it has deep pockets as the snap closure for extra security is hard to use and a little awkward. I'm pleased with it overall.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 02/24/2013
Great bag! Lots of pockets and sections for items. Have had many compliments from strangers. Love the bright colors. Very durable and love the fact they are made from recycled materials. Also purchased the wallet and love it as well.
Kathi h - customer at Zappos.com on 06/18/2013

Negative Reviews:

Smaller than it looks

I like to have a bag that is big enough to hold all my essentials plus have room for my iPad and travel mug. The design of this bag is awkward that even when it's not close to capacity, it's very difficult to close. And the bag is shallow enough that it's really not a good idea to have it open. (And even when it's snapped shut the top is open--more like a tote bag than a purse.) I really wanted to like it, but I've been very disappointed.
CHA at REI on 12/12/2012