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Introducing our newest product – The Wampak. This winter hydration pack has been a bit of a love child around here and a long requested item from our friends in the winter ultra race circles. It solves a simple, yet common problem – how to hydrate when winter biking. Common ways to do this are … [ Read More ]

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January 22, 2015

Powerline Hoodies

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Living in Alaska means you deal with the cold and the weather a lot. In the summer of 2008 I needed a good cozy fleece layer for a certain trek out in the Aleutian Islands. I had more time than money on my hands so cut apart some old clothing to make a pattern, added … [ Read More ]

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September 6, 2013

The Terrapin

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Introducing our new saddle drybag holster system. This thing came about seflishly through the 2 big beach rides I did along the Gulf of Alaska. Although the standard Viscacha worked remarkably well, there were some drawbacks, and it was clear that a waterproof system that was easily removed was the ticket for wet condition adventure … [ Read More ]

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July 30, 2013

Seat bag updates & details

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A picture is worth 1000 words but this one also has a few on it.

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December 19, 2012

Viscacha update

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First – The front strap was changed from dual straps to a single 2″ wide strap. The grip material and velcro was added and tweaked making this single wrap more secure (and lighter and cleaner) than the 2 strap configuration. A big benefit it Thusbuster ST seapost owner can now use this bag without modification. … [ Read More ]

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February 4, 2012

Introducing the Jerrycan

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Say hello to our new, rear mount top tube bag – Jerrycan-! Like it’s namesake, Jerrycan’s give you a bit of additional space when all your other tanks are full. These guys are small, only 2″ wide and streamlined, a few tools, a tube, or some calories. You probably noticed from the first photo that … [ Read More ]

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December 7, 2011

The Spocket!

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Last summer I had a lot of people ask me to put pockets on the tops of seat bags to carry Spot trackers, mainly for the Tour Divide race. The custom jobs integrated a mesh pocket into the top of the bag, but I still liked the streamlined simplicity the standard seat bag. So now … [ Read More ]

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November 14, 2011

Large Gas Tanks

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The thermometer says it’s 2 degrees out, and we just got a big snow dump from that bering sea storm. Winter is here like it or not! It can only mean one thing… winter specific stuff. Introducing the new large Gas Tank. Holds a ton of stuff. Fully lined with closed cell foam on all … [ Read More ]

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May 31, 2011

New Mountain Feedbags!

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First batch of the new Mountain Feedbags are in. Check it out… When we acquired Mountain Feedbag the question was how to make a good product even better. We asked riders using the bags what could be better, listened and made it happen (quickly!). The new Feedbags will be available in all black, black/grey and … [ Read More ]

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January 8, 2011

Large Gas Tanks

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Just in time for the winter races, Large gas tanks are in stock. Large Gas Tanks are fully padded top tube cases that taper outwards at the front. They are best for when you need to carry a lot of stuff and don’t mind your knees hitting the sides when you stand up to pedal. … [ Read More ]

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July 31, 2010

New handlebar bag lineup

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Been working on an overhaul to the handle bar systems for a while now. Starting fresh with a modular approach, you can mix and match as needed to fit storage needs and budget. Here’s what’s coming: The Harness: The original “bag that’s not a bag” is getting a face lift, we worked with a foam … [ Read More ]