It's in the Bag
Carbon models of the Diverge now come with SWAT storage
integrated into the frame.
A hinged door provides access to internal storage space,
allowing you to stow ride essentials such as tools, CO2, and even
rain jackets neatly inside - maintaining a low centre of gravity
and leaving plenty of room, and mounting points, for additional
bags if bikepacking.
It's a much cleaner and more visually appealing system than the
plastic 'pouch' that sat next to the BB on the previous generation
Diverge, and despite the additional reinforcement needed to
maintain structural rigidity they've kept the frameset weight below
1000g (S-Works, 56cm).
This is one of those features that you can't appreciate until
you've tried it - there's a real satisfaction from having those
less frequently required essentials tucked out of sight, freeing
you from the need for seat packs or stuffing jersey pockets.
The Diverge is ready for racks, too - with mounting points above
the rear axle and a special seat-collar bracket included for upper
mounting at the rear. Low rider racks can easily be used at the
front, with reinforced mounting points on the carbon forks.