Hardshell CODEPAK bike box is made from aerospace materials
With a new vision on frame bags and bike luggage and a goal to build the premier bike cargo solution, Anchorage-based Brothers, Cody and Justin Greenwell started their own company, AK CODEPAK. Here is the first developed product by the brothers called CODEPAK, a bike pack which is light, durable and easy to open. Cody Greenwell drew the original idea and using his expertise as an aircraft mechanic and love for biking, he came up with this amazing bike box. He was assisted by his older brother and bike mechanic Justin Greenwell who himself is an avid downhill biker and looks after sales, distribution, and customer service.
Hand built in Anchorage Alaska, the one of a kind custom fit bike packs are made out of aerospace materials and proven latch systems. These cases securely fits inside the bike’s main frame triangle and are custom built by the brothers as per the buyer’s frame dimensions. Once built, the bike pack is mounted securely to your ride using the bike frames existing braze-ons. The aircraft approved latch makes the CODEPAK extremely reliable. Designed for an easy and fast access to your stuff, the push button latch mechanism makes opening the bike box a very easy task.
The CODEPAK will be offered in two options: One built with aircraft grade aluminum and other made out of carbon fiber. Though the CODEPAKS have a hard shell, they are extremely light and can offer a better protection than soft packs. Well, if you are worried about theft, the creators can add a keyed lock also to your CODEPAK for $25.00. Currently on Kickstarter campaign with a funding goal of $5,000, the CODEPAK by Greenwell brothers is expected to ship in March 2015.