We’re always looking to try different ways to tote our gear on rides, and we’re not alone. The Elements Bike Bag presents another take on the frame bag, sized to carry repair essentials on the bike. It’s large enough fit a tube, multi-tool, tire lever, quick link and co2, and unlike a velcro strap, the […]
The Blackburn Outpost Corner Bag is sized to tote a tube and a few tools and designed to be strapped in anywhere you can fit one. We’re always looking for new ways to tote gear on the bike; we’ve been testing custom made frame bags made by some friends, and always having a spare tube […]
Dakine’s Hot Laps Gripper Bike Bag is more than an aesthetically pleasing alternative to electrical tape. Unlike other hook and loop tube straps, the carrying sleeve encases your tube, protecting it from damage. It also features slots for tire levers, CO2, a small multi-tool and whatever else you can cram into it. Seat packs often […]
If using a folding multi-tool results in that all thumbs feeling, check out Topeak’s Ratchet Rocket Lite multi-tool, one of our favorite multi-tools to date.
We’re always on the lookout for new ideas and products that enhance our capacity for hauling gear on our rides – especially when we’re not that far from home.
We’re not alone in our quest to ditch the hydration pack in exchange for freedom to move on the bike. It turns out there is a sizable contingent of riders at Specialized that feel similarly, enough to develop a few solutions of their own. After chatting with Sean Estes, marketing man at the house of S […]
Hydration packs work extremely well for storing water and supplies needed for epic adventures, but for rides of shorter duration they are often overkill. Last year I returned to my roots and installed a bottle cage on my bike and left my pack at home. Rediscovering the freedom of riding sans pack has really enriched my regular riding experience. […]