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Topeak FreeLoader
$39.95
A handy, on-the-go stem bag stores munchies, a phone, small camera, extra bottle or anything else you need to keep close at hand. An additional mesh side pocket provides more space for smaller items. CAPACITY - 1 L / 60 ci MATERIAL - Nylon / EVA / Yellow lining BAG ATTACHMENT - Hook and loop fasteners at handlebar / stem - Adjustable strap for head tube / fork MAX LOAD CAPACITY - 1 kg / 2.20 lb ADDED FEATURES - Mesh side pocket, Bottom water escape hole SIZE - 17 x ø9.5 cm / 6.7" x ø3.7" WEIGHT - 125 g / 4.41 oz
Portland Design Works Gear Belly
$120.00
The PDW Gear Belly is a super-stable and easily accessible way to carry gear up front. The sturdy handlebar mounting bracket is designed and manufactured in Germany by Rixen & Kaul and is compatible with 22.0 – 31.8mm straight, riser or flared drop handlebars. Two interior straps hold gear into place. Three exterior straps cinch the Gear Belly nice and tight. All buckles feature cam locks to insure that cargo is extra-secure. A double ended waterproof dry bag is included with every Gear Belly and makes for the perfect fit. Exterior daisy chains create space for last-minute attachments. The sturdy and flexible exterior of the Gear Belly is finished with an easy-to-clean black tarpaulin, so go on and head into the muddiest of adventures! Rated for up to 7kg/15lbs of cargo. - Waterproof roll top drybag straps to handlebar harness - Fits 22.0 – 31.8mm handlebars - Opening at both ends for easier gear access - Durable and abrasion-resistant tarpaulin exterior - Daisy chain for last minute attachments - 15lb load limit
Wolf Tooth Components BarBag
$34.95
BarBag is designed to let you take your adventure farther.  Providing easy to access on-the-bike storage, it allows for one handed opening and closing on the go. Its Magnetic MagCro latch keeps things closed no matter the riding conditions and its design does not interfere with standing and pedaling. - Secure and easily accessible on the bike nutrition/phone/wallet/tool storage - Clear lid with automatic MagCro(TM) latch allows riders to easily access contents even in the roughest of conditions - Exact shaping to fit on the side of the stem while allowing standing pedaling without knee interference - Dimensions (trapezoidal shape):16cm x 7 cm x 5 cm and 7 cm deep (0.6 liter capacity) - GPS/Bike Computer bumper provided for spacing the bag away from the stem
Banjo Brothers Bar Top Phone Pack
$18.99
Banjo Brothers' Bar Top Phone Pack secures to your bars and stem with handy hook-and-loop straps to give you quick access to your trusty smartphone. Its crystal-clear cover is touchscreen compatible and it fits virtually all phones. And there's even a handy cubby for your keys and wallet.
Banjo Brothers Quick-Release Handlebar Bag
$59.99
Banjo Brothers' Quick-Release Handlebar bag is loaded with clever features. It's made from tough, water-resistant fabric with a flip-up clear map pouch and plenty of interior and exterior pockets for organization. Stability is top notch thanks to a quick-release mount that attaches the bag securely to your bars, a rigid interior support and a secondary strap that attaches to your fork's dropouts. It even works with suspension forks with an included alternate strap. Reflective accents all the way around give you visibility and you've got a clip for attaching a blinkie. It even includes a shoulder strap for easy portaging.
Banjo Brothers Handlebar Bag (Small)
$16.99
Banjo Brothers' Handlebar bag is a great way to add extra carrying capacity to any bike. It conveniently attaches to your bars or even under your saddle with its easy-to-use straps. The rigid liner prevents sagging and there's a reflective strip protecting a 2-way zipper.
Banjo Brothers Bar Top Bag
$19.99
Banjo Brothers' Bar Top Bag secures to your bars and stem to give you quick access to your essentials. It's great for a cable lock, keys, wallet, phone or snacks. With ballistic fabric on high-wear areas and a rigid padded bottom, it's plenty tough, even for mountain bikes.
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