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Tubus Racks Logo Evo
$150.00
Its build is particularly narrow and hangs your panniers one level lower; lowering the center of gravity and improving the riding stability. On top of the carrier there is enough space to fit a tent, a sleeping mat and a sleeping bag. The LOGO also fits on particularly short bicycle frames perfectly. New superlight mountingparts for mounting the stays to the frame and klick springclamp. The new LOGO also has the typical lower rail, lowering the center of gravity and improving the riding stability.
Yuba Baguette V2
$150.00
Embrace the commuter lifestyle with a little help from Yuba's Baguette V2 cargo bag. This sizable sack holds 8 gallons worth of your gear in a completely waterproof environment, thanks to sealed seams and zippers plus 1000D nylon construction. A shoulder strap lets you pull this bag off your bike and carry it with you, and a future-proof replaceable clip system ensures that your Baguette will be rolling with you for years to come. - Weight: 5 pounds - Dimensions: 20 x 2 x 15 inches
Surly Rack (Rear)
$155.00
This expedition-worthy rack is made from 4130 chromoly, so it's tough, light and easily repairable in the field. It's also height-adjustable, so you can get your center of gravity as low as possible for a stable ride. The provided stainless steel hardware enables you to attach your rack to virtually any frame with 26-inch, 700c and 29-inch wheels. And, it hauls up to 80 pounds of gear and is powder-coated to protect it from the elements.
Surly Rear Disc Rack
$160.00
Surly's burly line of tubular chromoly steel racks have been used on expeditions all over this planet for years.This Surly Rear Disc Rack is made of tubular chromoly steel and is specifically designed to fit frames with seatstay-mounted disc brakes like the Straggler (650B and 700c), Krampus, and Karate Monkey. - Tubular chromoly rack, stainless-steel hardware - Height-adjustable to accommodate 26-29" wheels - Hardware housed in reusable Surly Tool Bag
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