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Nautical Stripe Bicycle Handlebar Bag 2228

This stately bag is a must for your bike. It is constructed with a heavy cotton to add to its durability.The bag has maroon and navy stripes on a off white background. Notice the flap is accented with a maroon vinyl and it is finished with maroon bias tape. Inside the bag is lined with a navy raincoat material to add to the water resistance. The bag attaches to the bike with navy nylon straps. Please note that buttons could vary slightly on this bag. If you would like the flexibility to convert this bag into a wristlet or shoulder purse please et us know. We can add D rings to it at no charge if a strap is purchased under that category. Size: 8" W x 7" H x 1 1/2"D Care: Wipe with a damp cloth.

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Etsy
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LeMond RevMaster Sport

LeMond RevMaster Sport The LeMond RevMaster Sport spinning bike combines the high quality features of the original Lemond RevMaster with the traditional handlebar - making it our most affordable model. Not only does the LeMond RevMaster Sport spinner give you a terrific workout, it's fun to ride - with easy adjustments to the seat and handlebars to make your workout comfortable and effective. Frame This frame is more stable and allows fast, easy access to all seat, handlebar & height adjustments. This creates a comfortable, high performance custom fit for all users! Steel main frame undergoes a 17-step rust inhibitor process prior to durable powder coat process. Flywheel Drop in mounting - easy service, no adjustments ever needed, easy to reach high RPMs with less "runaway" feeling and safer for the knees. Brake Pad Designed with the resistance pad on top of the flywheel for improved long-term durability. Designed for ease of use, the resistance knob adjusts easily. Just turn the knob to adjust (increase or decrease) the intensity of your workout. By simply pressing down on the same knob, the braking system activates quickly and safely. Micro turn adjustment allows smooth, safe transitions to higher intensity levels. Belt The RevMaster Sport uses a smooth Kevlar belt instead of a chain. The result - a smooth and incredibly quiet ride. Never needs to be replaced due to stretching, or oiled like the chain bikes do. Transport Wheels Designed for easy transport! A rock-solid construction and the extra-wide base ensure outstanding stability. 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION The RevMaster Sport is manufactured to the most exacting standards - with 100% of all bikes tested prior to final packaging to insure customer satisfaction. This allows LeMond Fitness to offer you an exceptional warranty.

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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. 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 han...

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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame Black/Yellow, XXS

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. 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 han...

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Just Black - Single bar

CityGrips Just Black - Single bar Stroller handlebar grip covers. Keep hands clean and comfortable. Machine wash and dry. Dimensions: 5.25in length x 2.25in width x 0.3in height Weight: 0.07lb

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LeMond RevMaster Pro

LeMond RevMaster Pro The next generation LeMond RevMaster Pro spinning bike offers you some great upgrades to the classic model. For maximum riding comfort, the new narrower crank design replicates the geometry of a great road bike. New Cam handles and increased adjustment ranges to seat and handlebars create the best custom fit available and gives you greater muscle involvement. The LeMond RevMaster Pro spinner has a 4-way microfit also lets you cycle in an upright position or pedal stretched out and low, which is ideal for triathletes. Improved corrosion resistance by using electroless nickel plating and a new 2 piece bottom bracket cartridge make the RevMaster Pro even easier to maintain and service - with most components pre-assembled. NEW Next Generation X-Frame Gives you a better ride and allows easy access to all seat, height and handlebar adjustments. Plus ? new Bottom bracket cartridge has a 2 piece design for modular service. NEW Cam Handles Comfortable and easy to use, offers quicker adjustments without the hassle of pop-pins and threaded handles. Fender With Integrated Brake Assembly Provides improved braking and doubles as a moisture guard. Designed for ease of use, the resistance knob adjusts easily. Just turn the knob to adjust (increase or decrease) the intensity of your workout. By simply pressing down on the same knob, the braking system activates quickly and safely. Micro turn adjustment allows for smooth, safe transitions to higher intensity levels. Kevlar Belt A Kevlar belt instead of a chain. The result is a smooth and QUIET ride. Our belt never needs to be replaced due to stretch, or oiled like the chain bikes. Custom Cranks Strong BMX custom cranks & bottom bracket designed to withstand greater force loads then conventional bikes. 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION The RevMaster is manufactured to the most exacting standards - with 100% of all bikes tested prior to final packaging to insure customer satisfaction. This allows LeMond Fitness to offer you an exceptional warranty. *Available in N.Cal and WA. Only

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TheFitnessOutlet.com
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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame Black/Yellow, S

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. 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 han...

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Black Mounting Plate Only Hardware for Bullet Fairing - 2321-0255 2321-0255

Bold aerodynamic shape with a hint of outlaw styling designed to streamline todays low-slung cruisersExtends back just over the handlebars and measures about 16 in. front to back, 17-1/2 in. side to side, and 18 in. top to bottom

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Dennis Kirk
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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame Black/Yellow, L

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. 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 han...

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Kaleb Lace To Toe Shoe (Black Greenland) Men's Lace-up Bicycle Toe Shoes Size UK 6 (US Men's 7, Women's 8) M

The Kaleb Lace To Toe Shoe by Dr. Martens has a streamlined, stylish design that works for both warmer and colder seasons. Please note that Greenland is a naturally milled leather, there will therefore be a certain variance in grain texture, which must be considered part of the look. Greenland, natural leather upper with a waxy surface and worn finish. Traditional lace-up design for preferred fit. Breathable textile lining. Lightly cushioned synthetic footbed for added comfort. Sidewall stitch construction is when the sole is stitched and cemented to the base of the upper and to the insole allowing for long-lasting durability. Durable rubber outsole delivers long-lasting wear and has good abrasion and slip resistance. Imported. Measurements: ; Weight: 1 lb 1 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size UK 10 (US Men's 11), width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size. (Docs, Martins)

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Limited Edition 1986 Road Bike Frame

The cycling world was rocked in the summer of 1986 by a relentless young American who made history by becoming the first non-European to claim le Tour's overall title. LeMond's victory was a monumental achievement, not only for the significance it played on the World Tour stage, but also for solidifying another relatively foreign element as a Tour mainstay: carbon fiber bicycle frames. The fact that LeMond's winning machine was manufactured with this material -- in a peloton still dominated by steel -- served to ease the integration and acceptance of carbon into the professional ranks. Today, to commemorate his three Tour wins, and to pay homage to the man responsible for the revolutionary machines (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 1986 edition. 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...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Black Mounting Plate Only Hardware for Bullet Fairing - 2321-0202 2321-0202

Bold aerodynamic shape with a hint of outlaw styling designed to streamline todays low-slung cruisersExtends back just over the handlebars and measures about 16 in. front to back, 17 1/2 in. side to side, and 18 in. top to bottom

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Dennis Kirk
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Bike Belle W1 - All Leather bicycle pannier bag, retro bike bag for rear rack or handlebars

A luxury all leather satchel that attaches to rear bicycle rack or handlebars. Designed and entirely handmade in Poland. The satchel features two inner compartments, an across-body strap (adjustable) and a handle. Holds 13 laptops and A4 format - perfect for your daily commute and business meetings. Comes with 12 months guarantee.

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Etsy
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Selector Helmet Blue/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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Competitive Cyclist
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Snoozer Sporty Bike Basket Red/Black/Grey - 85004

Shop for Dog Carriers from Hayneedle.com! Attach the Snoozer Sporty Bike Basket to the front of your bicycle and take your best pal along on bike rides. This comfy, easy-to-use bike basket keeps your pup safe and snug while allowing him to enjoy the view. The durable microfiber exterior easily wipes clean, and the removable inner polyurethane pad inside softens the ride and adds to your pet's comfort. A padded chin rest is perfect for taking in the view, and a rain cover protects pups and has a head opening.The Sporty Bike Basket has a water bottle pocket for your convenience, and multiple mesh pockets allow you to bring toys, treats, and food for Fido or Fifi. Available in your choice of pink or gray, this innovative bike basket easily attaches to your bicycle handlebars. One-year limited warranty included. Dimensions: 13L x 10W x 10H inches.About Snoozer.Among other things, Norman O'Donnell is known for his commitment to doing things right. He honed his appreciation for product quality and customer satisfaction during his career with Michelin Tires. Upon his retirement as Michelin's plant manager in Greenville, S.C., O'Donnell had more time to enjoy the great outdoors with his beloved hunting dogs. And that got him to thinking.In the early 1980s, pet owners usually built their own dog houses, tossed in an old blanket, and called it home sweet home. O'Donnell wanted something better for his dogs but found that pet shops didn't sell such products.So, in 1985, he established O'Donnell Industries to manufacture Snoozer Pet Products. His original bed design was the Snoozer Round, with a washable polyester/cotton outer cover, sturdy brass zipper, and removable inner liner. It was available in three sizes and two colors. In its first year, O'Donnell Industries employed two people and achieved sales of $50,000. In 2007, the company employed 30 people with sales topping $4.5 million.Today, O'Donnell - along with his son Brian and daughter-in-law Paula - offer Snoozer dealers and their customers a profusion of quality pet products. Because today's pets are considered part of the family, Snoozer Pet Products are designed to blend easily with almost any home decor. The company's indoor products are crafted from upholstery-grade fabrics available in a multitude of colors and patterns that will keep your animals stylishly warm and comfy.

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Hayneedle
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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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Competitive Cyclist
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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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Competitive Cyclist
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1946-1948 Dodge Deluxe Fuel Sender Gasket - Felpro

New Dodge Deluxe Fuel Sender Gasket. Brand: Felpro. Fits Years: 1946, 1947, 1948, 46, 47, 48. PartsGeek offers high quality new, OEM and aftermarket products. 773

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PartsGeek.com
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SAMPLE SALE: Bike Handlebar Bag - Keep Calm and Bike On, Denim Bicycle Carrier Bag - Gift For Cyclist - Bike Basket - Bike Saddle Bag

SALE: Regular $29, Now $19 UNIQUE Design from Spools And Bobbins. Only 1 made you will have an original :) This new design is made from a sturdy dark cotton denim with the saying: "KEEP CALM AND BIKE ON" embroidered in pink thread on the front pocket. Embellished with a silver bicycle charm (shown in Picture 3). Two back loops with strong velcro allow this bag to attach easily and securely to your bicycle handlebars (shown in Picture 4). Also can easily be removed from your bicycle. The top band is lined in a bright patterned fabric (shown in Picture 5) and inside seams are finished. Bag can be left open at the top or closed with a small velcro closure inside the top of the bag. Alternatively, if you prefer, this bag can also be attached to the back of your bike as a saddle bag. Bag Dimensions: Width = 7" Height = 9" Depth = 3" Approx. 2.75" between back velcro straps. Bag is as shown in the pictures. You will have an original design. Recommended care: Wash in cold water and hang to dry. Iron on medium heat. Return to the "Spools And Bobbins" Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/SpoolsAndBobbins?ref=pr shop more

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Etsy
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EZ-On/Off Bicycle Mount for the Garmin Astro 320, GPSMAP 62, 62s and 62st RAP-274-1-GA41U

RAM Mount RAP-274-1-GA41U Features: -Bicycle mount. -Material: High strength composite. -Includes 12 degree tapered shaft for tapered handlebars. -Designed to hold the following devices: Garmin GPSMAP 62, 62s and 62st. -Quickly and easily with a RAM EZ-on / off handlebar base. -Designed to fit most common handlebar sizes, this compact and durable mount is ideally suited to the open road or trails. -Uses common zip ties to attach to a variety of handlebar diameters. -Adjustable to allow for the best viewing angle, this product is perfect for any cyclist and their compact electronic device.

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Wayfair
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