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We are extremely demanding cyclists

Our bikepacking bags are designed for people
like us who like things done right.

We are Miss Grape

We are a brand of bike bags that we made first and foremost for ourselves because cycling and bikepacking are in our DNA.
That's why we only settle for the best: few frills, attention to detail, maximum reliability.
Our headquarters is an old industrial space in Rovigo, a few bike rides from Venice, where there are bright windows that feel like being outside, a concrete floor like the roads we pedal on, and spacious containers where - almost like a playroom - we hide bicycles, surfboards, skis.
In short, we really enjoy doing what we do.

Upwind by nature

Miss Grape was born in 2012, but it was already in the air in 2005 when our friend Marco Costa introduced us to bikepacking. In those years he was on long bike trips around the world, he needed to organise the little luggage and was a forerunner of bikepacking. Thanks to him, we realised how important it was to have durable bikepacking bags and how difficult it was to find them on the market. So we made them ourselves, with our own rules. We wanted them indestructible, handmade, at the right cost: we studied the best materials, looked for experienced Italian craftsmen, and connected people to our product via the web.

Who is Miss Grape?

MissGrape - Miss Grape - is a little girl in the flesh named Viola. When she announced her arrival, her mother was busy harvesting grapes at the family winery. Hence the nickname for her friends, Little Miss Grape. At the same time, her father, Michele Boschetti, was designing his own line of bike bags. He decided to call her, naturally, Miss Grape.

The founder

"Today Miss Grape is a team, but until a few years ago I was a one-man band. My passion for cycling came from a desire to go to the mountains: I wanted to go climbing and get there without using a car. So although the passion for two wheels has always been in me, I am not really a cyclist. I would rather call myself a former mountaineer'.
Michele Boschetti | The Nure
CEO Miss Grape
What thoughts do you associate with cycling?
My wife told me a beautiful anecdote. Her high school teacher told her one day that she went cycling because the wind in her face put her ideas in order. For me that's what cycling is all about, I couldn't explain it better.
What do you feel like telling people who have never cycled?
To try. It is easy, fun, healthy and has no particular contraindications. The first time it hurts your bottom a little, but then it passes and you smile again.
What makes you feel good.
My wife. My daughter. My family. The snow. Off-piste skiing. The carbonara. Music, yes music. Tuscany. Driving my van, alone. Speaking in English and then explaining that I don't know English. The lemon ice cream but also the pistachio ice cream. And the coffee granita with cream and brioche. The rain while in the tent. The rain while I am pedalling. Pedalling at night and seeing the sunrise. Sleeping on Mount Etna and hearing its song. Being naked in the sauna but also at the sea. My daughter's breathing. My wife scolding me for something I forgot. Sleeping in a hammock hanging from a tree. Tattoos.

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