Look into many of the team buses and cars of the pro peloton and one of the first things you’ll see is neatly organised rows of Scicon Sports Race Rain bags. Very practical, they keep your cycling kit complete and offer incredible organisation. Quite simply one of the smartest, simplest and most versatile ways to keep your precious cycling kit and accessories together. And don’t let the rain reference put you off. “Borsa di freddo” translates from Italian literally to bag of cold—or more appropriately, bag for cold. The English parlance among my Anglo-Saxon colleagues is rain bag. But regardless of what it’s called, this sliver of security offers a bit of reassurance going into a potentially cold or wet day. On the professional level, a bag for each rider sits in every team car behind the race or long day of training camp. At just an arm’s reach from the team mechanic, the bag waits on-call for when the weather turns sour. Time to get your kit organised. This is your go-to cycling kit bag to be neatly packed, stored and ready for use. Probably the handiest, most orderly, sensible and stress-free way to assemble and organise your cycling kit. The rain bag is roughly the size of a large shoebox and made of a soft, expandable fabric. Compact in size and with six clearly marked pockets; one at each end, two on top and two underneath; the race rain bag is surprisingly cavernous. From a simple weekend ride, to a trip away, Gran Fondo event, training, travel or racing – the Scicon Sports Race Rain Bag has quickly become one of my most trusted and relied upon cycling accessories. Spend 15 to 20 minutes to ensure everything is neatly packed inside, leave the bag near the door or in the car, and rest assured you’ll have everything ready for your next ride.