Bag don’t always have to be big and Ornot‘s new bags embody the “less is more” approach to bag design. Both the new handlebar bag and saddle bag are designed to be compact and to hold the essentials. Both models are available in Stone Blue, Olive, and Morocco (pictured). Head on over to Ornot to see all the details.
Swift Industries just announced the newest bag to their ever-expanding lineup dubbed the Every Day Caddy. Speaking of expanding, this new saddle pack has a 1L capacity, features a Voile strap closure, an expanding roll-top design, and weighs a mere 3.75oz. The EDC comes in standard Swift colors as well as a limited edition Swift Campout edition purple EDC. Retail on both is $80.
Did you see the full Swift Campout purple collection? It’s mind-blowing!
See more at Swift Industries.
With NAHBS approaching – this weekend! – one of my favorite features to photograph are the unique touches that make the bikes of the show, show bikes. While not everyone can afford a crazy titanium fatbike with bends for days, or a carbon road bike that weighs only 12 lbs, that doesn’t mean we can’t accessorize our bikes to look like a balleur show bike.
Leh Cycling Goods is a leathersmith, based in Texas, that makes custom saddles, bar tape, and other cycling accessories, but what makes Leh different from the others is his ready-made stock, including leather-clad saddles! I’ve been using two of Leh’s products on my Speedvagen OD OG-1 and they really bring this bike’s whole package up a few notches… Check out more below.