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Limited Edition 1990 Road Bike Frameset - 2014 Black/Yellow, M

It was the summer of 1990, and "LeMonster" was in form to gobble the peloton for the second year in a row. With the confidence of two previous Tour wins and his new powerhouse Team "Z" on his side, LeMond was armed to defend the title. We're all aware of the rest of the story, with that penultimate stage serving to separate LeMond, once again, from the world's best. So today, to commemorate those three Tour wins, and to pay homage to the man responsible for building his revolutionary machines under the TVT name (Time's Jean Marc Gueugneaud), LeMond is releasing a limited series of Time-manufactured framesets named after the year of each Tour victory. Only 300 of these framesets are being produced, with 100 for each of the three years. This is the 1990 edition, which wears the same colors as his TVT/LeMond bike used to claim the title that year. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other hand, involves carbon threads arriving at Time on spools, which are then woven, along with Vectran fibers, into sock-like structures...

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Limited Edition 1990 Road Bike Frameset - 2014 Black/Yellow, XL

It was the summer of 1990, and "LeMonster" was in form to gobble the peloton for the second year in a row. With the confidence of two previous Tour wins and his new powerhouse Team "Z" on his side, LeMond was armed to defend the title. We're all aware of the rest of the story, with that penultimate stage serving to separate LeMond, once again, from the world's best. So today, to commemorate those three Tour wins, and to pay homage to the man responsible for building his revolutionary machines under the TVT name (Time's Jean Marc Gueugneaud), LeMond is releasing a limited series of Time-manufactured framesets named after the year of each Tour victory. Only 300 of these framesets are being produced, with 100 for each of the three years. This is the 1990 edition, which wears the same colors as his TVT/LeMond bike used to claim the title that year. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other hand, involves carbon threads arriving at Time on spools, which are then woven, along with Vectran fibers, into sock-like structures...

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Limited Edition 1990 Road Bike Frameset - 2014 Black/Yellow, XS

It was the summer of 1990, and "LeMonster" was in form to gobble the peloton for the second year in a row. With the confidence of two previous Tour wins and his new powerhouse Team "Z" on his side, LeMond was armed to defend the title. We're all aware of the rest of the story, with that penultimate stage serving to separate LeMond, once again, from the world's best. So today, to commemorate those three Tour wins, and to pay homage to the man responsible for building his revolutionary machines under the TVT name (Time's Jean Marc Gueugneaud), LeMond is releasing a limited series of Time-manufactured framesets named after the year of each Tour victory. Only 300 of these framesets are being produced, with 100 for each of the three years. This is the 1990 edition, which wears the same colors as his TVT/LeMond bike used to claim the title that year. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other hand, involves carbon threads arriving at Time on spools, which are then woven, along with Vectran fibers, into sock-like structures...

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Limited Edition 1990 Road Bike Frameset - 2014 Black/Yellow, XXS

It was the summer of 1990, and "LeMonster" was in form to gobble the peloton for the second year in a row. With the confidence of two previous Tour wins and his new powerhouse Team "Z" on his side, LeMond was armed to defend the title. We're all aware of the rest of the story, with that penultimate stage serving to separate LeMond, once again, from the world's best. So today, to commemorate those three Tour wins, and to pay homage to the man responsible for building his revolutionary machines under the TVT name (Time's Jean Marc Gueugneaud), LeMond is releasing a limited series of Time-manufactured framesets named after the year of each Tour victory. Only 300 of these framesets are being produced, with 100 for each of the three years. This is the 1990 edition, which wears the same colors as his TVT/LeMond bike used to claim the title that year. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other hand, involves carbon threads arriving at Time on spools, which are then woven, along with Vectran fibers, into sock-like structures...

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Selector Helmet Black, M/L

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Selector Helmet Black, S/M

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Selector Helmet Red/Black, S/M

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Selector Helmet Red/Black, M/L

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Bike Handlebar Road Stash Bag - Black

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Find bicycle accessories at Target.com! Bell bike handlebar road stash bag - black

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Bicycle Parts & Accessories Utrecht Folding Handlebar Bag 122384

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The Utrecht Folding Handlebar Bag is great for transporting groceries and other cargo. The quick release bracket makes basket easily removable for carrying. The basket also folds down to compact size for easy

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BRATZ 14 Black Bike

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! The bratz 14 inch girls black bike features a monocoque steel frame, training wheels, a bell, a handlebar bag and the baddest graphics on two wheels! Bicycles by bratz and bratzilla have the same attitude that we

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Spoiler 18-in. Bike - Girls

"Get her started with this girls' Kent bike featuring removable training wheels. Product Features Full chain cover Durable steel frame Front bag, handlebar pad and streamers Product Details Tire size: 18"" Maximum weight capacity: 90 lbs. Ages 6 &

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s Frozen 12'' Bike by Huffy - Girls

"She'll love the Disney Frozen-themed handlebar bar, decals and tassels on this girls' Huffy bike. Disney PRODUCT FEATURES Padded, height-adjustable seat Removable Anna & Elsa handlebar bag for her important items Handlebar pad Coaster brake Wide,

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Girl's Bike - White/Pink (18")

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Keep calm and kitty on. This 18" hello kitty bike features: deluxe paint finish, colorful streamers, custom saddle and handlebar pads, deluxe handlebar bag, coaster brake and front & rear hand brakes, adjustable

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Girl's Bike - Pink/White (16")

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Keep calm and kitty on. This 16" hello kitty bike features: deluxe paint finish, colorful streamers, custom saddle and handlebar bag, coaster brake and front & rear hand brakes, adjustable training wheels,

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Ultimate 6 L Plus LARGE Handlebar Bag GRANITE-BLACK #F3231

Keep your valuables handy with the Ortlieb Ultimate6 Plus! This handlebar bag offers a lockable magnetic lid closure, includes a lockable mounting set for handle bars with diameters up to 31.8mm. The bag is made of PU-coated Cordura, has 2 outer mesh pockets with zip, one inner-pocket, internal dividers, a shoulder strap, and a reflector. A mapcase or GPS cover can be fixed onto the lid of the Ultimate5 Plus and Classic. The handlebar bags have stiffeners to keep them standing and feature a rigid lid. The lockable mounting set protects them from theft. An extension adapter for handle bars with extreme bends is available as accessory. Stay on the right track! A mapcase or GPS cover can be fixed onto the lid of the Ultimate6 Plus and Clasic. Both products are part of the Ultimate accessory program. The handle bar bags have stiffeners to keep them standing and feature a rigid lid. Also available in Ortlieb Ultimate6 Classic Size M The integrated valuables pocket helps organize small items. Both models feature a 3M Scotchlite reflector for safety in the dark. Maximum allowable weight is 3kg/105oz. Volume Weight System(?) IP(?) Tear-R.(?) Abrasion-R.(?) 7L 26oz (740g) Strap d5/w4 1800 15600 Video Accessories Ortlieb Ultimate Map Case Ortlieb GPS Cover - Horizontal version Ortlieb GPS Cover - Vertical version Coghlans Mini Stretch Cord - Package of 4 Ortlieb Ultimate 5 Bracket Extension Additional Info Instructions -Ortlieb Ultimate6 Technical Specs - Ortlieb Ultimate 6 Plus Compare all Ortlieb Ultimate Handlebar bags Ultimate Awards Award from the German Bike Retailer Alliance

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Ultimate 6 M Plus Medium Handlebar Bag GRANITE-BLACK #F3157

Keep your valuables handy with the Ortlieb Ultimate6 Plus! This handlebar bag offers a lockable magnetic lid closure, includes a lockable mounting set for handle bars with diameters up to 31.8mm. The bag is made of PU-coated Cordura, has 2 outer mesh pockets with zip, one inner-pocket, internal dividers, a shoulder strap, and a reflector. A mapcase or GPS cover can be fixed onto the lid of the Ultimate5 Plus and Classic. The handlebar bags have stiffeners to keep them standing and feature a rigid lid. The lockable mounting set protects them from theft. An extension adapter for handle bars with extreme bends is available as accessory. Stay on the right track! A mapcase or GPS cover can be fixed onto the lid of the Ultimate6 Plus and Clasic. Both products are part of the Ultimate accessory program. The handle bar bags have stiffeners to keep them standing and feature a rigid lid. Also available in Ortlieb Ultimate6 Classic Size M The integrated valuables pocket helps organize small items. Both models feature a 3M Scotchlite reflector for safety in the dark. Maximum allowable weight is 3kg/105oz. Volume Weight System(?) IP(?) Tear-R.(?) Abrasion-R.(?) 7L 26oz (740g) Strap d5/w4 1800 15600 Video Accessories Ortlieb Ultimate Map Case Ortlieb GPS Cover - Horizontal version Ortlieb GPS Cover - Vertical version Coghlans Mini Stretch Cord - Package of 4 Ortlieb Ultimate 5 Bracket Extension Additional Info Instructions -Ortlieb Ultimate6 Technical Specs - Ortlieb Ultimate 6 Plus Compare all Ortlieb Ultimate Handlebar bags Ultimate Awards Award from the German Bike Retailer Alliance

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Girl's Hello Kitty Bike - Black/Pink (20")

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Keep calm and kitty on. The 20-inch girl's hello kitty bmx bike features: . � . Deluxe paint finish� � � custom saddle and messenger bag� � � colorful streamers� � � coaster brake and front & rear hand brakes� �

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Bike-Packer Classic QL2.1 Panniers (pair) ULTRAMARINE-BLACK #F2602

Bicycle rear pannier with lid. From 2009 on, the panniers are offered with improved shape and new design which resembles that of handlebar bag Ultimate5 and front panniers Sport-Packer. Base feet protect the panniers bottom and keep it clean. The classical lid closure allows fast access to the waterproof bag and rsquo;s interior. An internal double drawstring snow flap provides additional protection against dust, humidity and snow. A fixed inner pocket with main compartment and zippered mesh pocket helps organising items inside the bag. The patented ORTLIEB QL2.1 system allows fast and easy single-handed mounting and removal of the panniers, and is suitable for racks with a tube diameters up to 16 mm (hook inserts for diameters of 8 and 11 mm are included). Once the panniers are hooked into the rack, the mounting components close automatically. For taking off the rack you simply lift the handle. It and rsquo;s as easy as that! The elliptical hook rail on the lower rear side of the pannier serves for additional fixation and prevents the bag from moving around. Thanks to the rotating QL2.1 hook the mounting system is compatible with almost any bike rack. The Bike-Packer Classic can be carried comfortably with an included shoulder strap (also new in 2009). The ORTLIEB harness system converts the Bike-Packer Classic into a daypack (optional accessory). Available colors: Black (F2603), Blue (F2602), Red (F2601). Features Volume Weight System(?) IP (?) Tear-R.(?) Abrasion-R.(?) 40L 73oz (2.07kg) QL2.1 d5/w4 1600/2250 5100/6600 QL2.1 mounting System 3D-welding Reflectors Two large highly reflective 3M Scotchlite reflectors ensure safety in the dark. Dust/snow gasket under the lid with cord Inner pocket Sides of PS 490 nylon material, front and back of PD 620 Bottom feet Shoulder strap with snap hooks Related Articles Which Ortlieb Panniers fit on Which Bicycle Rack? Difference between the Ortlieb QL1, QL2, and QL3 systems Additional Info Bike-Packer Classic QL2.1 Specs Compare Ortlieb Pannier Specs Compare Ortlieb Materials Ortlieb IP-Symbol Accessories ORTLIEB harness system for converting the Bike-Packer Plus into a daypack which is comfortable to carry. Mesh pocket for bags Notebook Sleeve Bottlecage for bags Additional removable outer pockets with roll closure can be mounted later and help storing further gear, thus rendering the Sport-Packer into a spacious touring pannier.

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Bike-Packer Classic QL2.1 Panniers (pair) RED-BLACK #F2601

Bicycle rear pannier with lid. From 2009 on, the panniers are offered with improved shape and new design which resembles that of handlebar bag Ultimate5 and front panniers Sport-Packer. Base feet protect the panniers bottom and keep it clean. The classical lid closure allows fast access to the waterproof bag and rsquo;s interior. An internal double drawstring snow flap provides additional protection against dust, humidity and snow. A fixed inner pocket with main compartment and zippered mesh pocket helps organising items inside the bag. The patented ORTLIEB QL2.1 system allows fast and easy single-handed mounting and removal of the panniers, and is suitable for racks with a tube diameters up to 16 mm (hook inserts for diameters of 8 and 11 mm are included). Once the panniers are hooked into the rack, the mounting components close automatically. For taking off the rack you simply lift the handle. It and rsquo;s as easy as that! The elliptical hook rail on the lower rear side of the pannier serves for additional fixation and prevents the bag from moving around. Thanks to the rotating QL2.1 hook the mounting system is compatible with almost any bike rack. The Bike-Packer Classic can be carried comfortably with an included shoulder strap (also new in 2009). The ORTLIEB harness system converts the Bike-Packer Classic into a daypack (optional accessory). Available colors: Black (F2603), Blue (F2602), Red (F2601). Features Volume Weight System(?) IP (?) Tear-R.(?) Abrasion-R.(?) 40L 73oz (2.07kg) QL2.1 d5/w4 1600/2250 5100/6600 QL2.1 mounting System 3D-welding Reflectors Two large highly reflective 3M Scotchlite reflectors ensure safety in the dark. Dust/snow gasket under the lid with cord Inner pocket Sides of PS 490 nylon material, front and back of PD 620 Bottom feet Shoulder strap with snap hooks Related Articles Which Ortlieb Panniers fit on Which Bicycle Rack? Difference between the Ortlieb QL1, QL2, and QL3 systems Additional Info Bike-Packer Classic QL2.1 Specs Compare Ortlieb Pannier Specs Compare Ortlieb Materials Ortlieb IP-Symbol Accessories ORTLIEB harness system for converting the Bike-Packer Plus into a daypack which is comfortable to carry. Mesh pocket for bags Notebook Sleeve Bottlecage for bags Additional removable outer pockets with roll closure can be mounted later and help storing further gear, thus rendering the Sport-Packer into a spacious touring pannier.

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