Maratona Gear Bag By Silca

Maratona Gear Bag By Silca

A Better Race Day Bag From SILCA That Loves to Travel

The Maratona Gear Bag was designed as a cycling-specific travel bag for those weekend riding trips and races, yet is versatile enough to be used as a general travel bag. The bag addresses the common pain points of traveling with cycling essentials.

In addition to helping you stay organized, the features of the Maratona become even more useful after an event when you want to keep your ride-day kit separate from the rest of your clothing and weekend essentials. Some key features include an internally vented shoe bag, a vented damp garment bag, and internal water bottle holsters. Additionally, the bag is designed so that it unzips enough to lay flat on the ground to form a small work area.

The bag meets airline size regulations for carry-on luggage; and also has three external handles and stow-able shoulder straps that allow you to use the bag as either a duffel bag or a backpack. The three external handles make the bag easy to grab and the convertible shoulder straps allow you to adjust the bag for traveling through the airport, the city or your next event with ease and maximum comfort.

The Maratona is constructed of 600D Nylon and waxed canvas, this combination of materials has been used by SILCA for years now and has been proven to meet our standards for reliability, durability, and weather resistance. Reflective quilt stitching and SILCA branding throughout the outside complete the aesthetics of the bag while letting those around you know your passion for the sport of cycling.



  • 600D construction with waxed canvas panels and reflective quilt stitching

  • Vented damp garment bag

  • Vented shoe bag with internal and external access

  • Internal water bottle storage

  • Lined external pocket

  • Stowable shoulder straps to convert into a backpack

  • Meets airline size regulations for carry-on luggage

  • MSRP $195


About Silca

SILCA was founded in 1917 by Felice Sacchi outside of Milan, Italy. SILCA was the first company to put gauges on pumps, the first to produce a true ‘high-pressure’ frame pump and the first to work with revolutionary lightweight material plastic after the end of WWII, and later the first to bring CO2 to roadside inflation. Today SILCA is located in Indianapolis, IN where it continues to build iconic products that utilize the finest materials and craftsmanship available.

835 N Capitol Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204.