The Pika is smaller version of the Viscacha. The only difference is the side panels are 1.5" shorter in height. It's ideal for more minimalist bikepackers, road bikers, women riding 29ers, full suspension 29ers and other bikes without much tire clearance or exposed seat post.
Many fatbikers are also using this bag for day trips as a place to store a puff jacket or other clothes.
The feature set is identical to the Viscacha, plastic and foam stiffening, an adjustiable saddle rail connection and an internal compression strap.
Requires a minimum of 3" of exposed seat post and 8" of clearance from saddle rails to tire.
High-density foam stiffened front section and a plastic bottom sheet helps bag keep its shape
Internal compression wings with removable strap
Features a 2-inch webbing anti-slip seat post attachment
Coated webbing seat rail attachment
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Fits nicely on my road bike for long day rides that require layers of clothing for changing temps. The only negative is that there is no way (without rigging something up) to attach a light to the back of the pack. Check the relevate website to find out required clearances if you are concerned it won't fit on your bike. There is a larger version of this bag too, if you are gifted with more underseat room.