Pack more for your family bike ride. Stash your snacks, tools, and sunscreen so you're ready for any adventure. The Bike Frame Bag attaches securely to the top tube and seat tube, allowing for an easy-access, perfect fit. Pair it was a Bike Bag Mini to give your bike the ultimate adventure-ready upgrade. FEATURES + BENEFITS: Daisy chain webbing on each side Triangular main compartment Waterproof truck tarp liner VELCRO® attachments through various webbing points MATERIALS:1000D recycled nylon, 200D lightweight recycled nylon, 10 oz vinyl tarp liner DIMENSIONS:7.5"w x 7.5"h x 1.5"d SUSTAINABILITY: Fair Wear certified production, meeting fair labor standards for the safety, health, and wellness of employees. 100% recycled nylon with high abrasion resistance, equating to a longer product lifespan. Fabrics from certified dye mills, ensuring the chemical composition of textile products consists of healthy and safe materials. YKK heavy-duty zippers for durability. MAP Guarantee™ Repairs Program.
Bikegab is portable hand made leather frame bag for your bicycle. We are using high quality full grain oil tan leather which is the best kind of leather that you can get! Leather shoulder strap to provide you with 2 in 1 fashionable bicycle and crossbody bag that is durable at the same time. Bikegab holds all the necessary essentials for your everyday life and ride! Design is simple, but versatile. If you don't want to use Bikegab as a crossbody bag, you don't have to. Removable straps allow you to use Bikegab only for your bike and vice versa. Unisex design is perfect for everybody! Features: -Back pocket for quick access -Phone pocket (inside) -Removable and adjustable shoulder strap -Multiple options for attaching bag to your bicycle -Side strap to attach the bag to the seat tube -Leather prevents any slipping -Removable top tube straps Dimensions: Main pocket - 11 x 9 inches (27.94 x 22.86 cm) Back pocket - 8.5 x 7 inches (21.59 x 17.78 cm) Phone pocket - 7.5 x 5 inches (19.05 x 12.7 cm) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/123861672/bikegab-leather-bicycle-frame-bag-crossbody-bag The leather used for our frame bags is a distress full grain cowhide leather. Distressing is generally created by “drum dying” the hides a uniform color, and then applying a wax finish that will amplify the drum color and lighten at points as it wears with folding,stretching, or general use, changing in appearance over time. We work only with tanneries in the Czech Republic, and all the tanneries we work with are compliant with current international environmental regulation, so chemicals are all disposed of or recycled in a safe sustainable manner. Our hides are also food grade, so none of the animals were raised specifically for their hides, rather, their hides are a by-product of the food industry that are being turned into usable goods rather than waste.
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DIY Fabric Bike Handlebar Bag Free Sewing Patterns
If you know any cyclists who would like a bike seat bag, which sits underneath the seat, then this designer has produced a great value pattern that you can find below. And even better the designer has produced full instructions on how to sew the bag on a video that you can watch below. Please […]
Pack up the bike bag and hit the road! This is a great size bag to store water, snacks, a rain jacket and whatever else you might need on your adventure! Materials 0.8m Panama Cotton Canvas Prints 1.2m Craft Stabilizer – Heavy Weight Fusible 0.8m Quiltland Cotton – Spot Blender 0.3m Webbing 1″ 0.3m Hook […]
This fun barrel bag is ready to adorn your handlebars and makes carrying your biking essentials a breeze! Fully foam lined for insulation and shape conservation. Constructed with 100% coated nylon pack cloth outer and lining. Features a main compartment and two front zipper pockets. Oversized nylon coil zipper so you can get to your goods easily while riding. Fully insulated so you can pack a snack and keep it cool! Comes with a 46" detachable strap so you can rock this bag as a cross body to keep your essentials with you on & off your bike! For full bike security attach Velcro loops around handlebar and tighten elastic cord around your bike's head tube. 9.25" wide x 4.75" diameter, 0.5 lbs 100% Polyurethane coated, water resistant nylon outer & lining. Made in Los Angeles, California
A little while back we posted a picture on Facebook that caused a little bit of a stir. The picture was of the Union 34 bike bag. It got a lot of likes and I was looking forward to testing out this new, innovative product. Is it a backpack? Is it a pannier? Is it...Read More
How to Make DIY Bike Panniers: Make professional looking panniers from mostly re-used materials. As an added constraint for me, it has to work with my recumbent bike AND your traditional diamond frame bike.At a GlanceTotal Cost$20 - Costs vary based on price of bag and quality of…
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Edited to add: I put pattern pieces down below. :) Get cold hands when you are biking? I certainly do when I'm biking in the winter. I decided to try my hand (see what I did there??!) at making my own bike mittens, aka pogies or poagies. Photo: www.fitzgeraldsbicycles.com Well, I don't post on my blog very often anymore since I made the leap to Instagram. But, since this was more of a tutorial, I decided to put it on my blog with more complete directions. Do you know that these bike hand warmers cost around a hundred dollars and you can make them yourself easily? These Fairbanks-made ones are $135.00! With fabric, I have about $20 into my version and only a few hours. I also cut up a floor mat which I already owned but you could easily find that at Goodwill or Value Village. These pictures are from Instsgram so they come with all the writing and all the labels that came from Instagram. I had a sample pair from a friend and I had looked at a bunch of samples online. I traced these pogies onto paper and started making some prototypes. This is the first prototype. I ended up making it a big more narrow and making the "arm" shorter. Then I thought the mitt needed to be more angled so I sliced and overlapped. After this, I created prototype #2. The second version was almost perfect except I needed to make the opening just a little bit bigger so it would slide over the brake bar, the shifters, and the handle bar. That was an easy adjustment so then I cut it out of my Cordura fabric. This is a thick, stiff fabric that will hold its shape. I used a blue cordura for the side piece. I ended up with three pattern pieces. The first is the oven mitt piece, the second is the long rectangle for the side piece that wraps around, and the third piece is the cuff that is made from a stretchy knit. I didn't take a picture of the next step, but basically I cut out the same pieces in a Malden Mills Polar Fleece and put it inside the shell wrong sides together. Then I attached the cuff to both of these layers. Here is the inside of the pogie. I cut the lining 1.5" shorter than the shell and then just finished the edge of the lining, folded it down, and topstitched from the outside. This last part is optional but makes for extra cozy mitts. I used a foam mat and cut into the shape taken up by the bar and brake lines. You don't have to do this, but then cold air comes in from the bottom and goes right into your warm hands. I just cut ovals and then held them up and cut until I got the right shape. You shove those "plugs" into the cuffs and it blocks the air. The knit cuffs keep them in place. Done, done, and done. I added some reflective tape to the front of mine because it's always dark and I bike a lot early in the morning. Let me know if there is any interest and I can add pictures of my actual pattern pieces. It's pretty darn easy and CHEAP! My son wants a pair now too. I couldn't find anything like my Cordura at JoAnn's so I bought some leather-ish vinyl in the Home Dec department and I'm thinking it will work well for this pattern. I think I'll start on those tomorrow. Happy trails. Literally! Here are the plans and the pieces that I used to make my pogies. You are basically just making a curved tube, adding a cuff to one end, and hemming the other end. Let me know if it's not clear what I did. Note: All green boxes below are in 1" intervals so that gives you the scale. This is the main piece. I cut this in two layers. The first is a thick Cordura and the second time in a fleece for the lining. On the lining piece, I cut off the 1.5" hem at the top. There is also a rectangle piece for each of those fabrics too (look on the directions above). This is the stretchy cuff. I had made it too narrow the first time so I added a bit of width to it.