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New Gear -

Its finally here and available to order! Great option for drop bars at only 29cm wide.The details,- 9 different positions for handlebar straps ensuring the best possible fit- Stiffened with a combination of plastic and fiberglass rod- Tough polyester fabric and NZ made webbing and binding- Twin 25mm straps for securing the load with ITW Fastex Side release buckles- Extra straps available for mounting on Jones Loop Bars- 29cm wide at the widest point, should fit inside most drop bars.&nbsp [...]

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I have been asked many times if I make a small tool bag, now I do.Designed to fit a 330ml can of tasty beverage, this bag will be sure to keep you happy on the trails. If you are not thirsty then you can just store some tools and/or a small tube. Simply attached to your seat rails with a 25mm strap and opens and closes with a velcro flap. Made from tried and tested 600D Kodra and lined with bright yellow lightweight nylon.These will be made in random colours and batches of 20. They will b [...]

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New Gear -

Introducing the new Day Tripper Seat bag.Riders with small frames or less to carry, this is the bag for you! Smaller than the Mk2 seat bag it is designed to take up as little space as possible, but still be big enough to stuff it full with a small sleeping kit if need be. The details:- Requires just 14cm of seat post. This measurement is taken from the seat rails down.- Approx 5.5L at full capacity- Side and bottom plastic stiffeners- ITW Camlock buckles throughout.- Single replaceab [...]

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Tour Aotearoa -

Update 15/10/2015 - Next batch will be made and ready to be shipped or picked up on the 15/11/2015. Now available to order! I will be making them in batches of 20 with the first batch expected to be shipping out on the 7th of August. Don't worry if you don't make it in on the first batch as I will ensure every Tour Aotearoa rider can purchase one, or two. The Stem Pouch attaches to your stem and handlebar. You can run one, or one on either side of the stem for extra cap [...]

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New Gear -

After several weeks of designing, sewing and testing I have finally reached a new Seat Bag design that I like. The changes aren't a huge difference from my original design, but have made the bag both easier to use and enabled me to refine the production process.The main changes are:- 50mm sewn in seat post strap, easier to attach than the previous velcro and enables a snug fit - New NZ made webbing which has great slip resistance- ITW Camlock Buckles on the seat rail straps, these lock down [...]

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