Originally designed with students in mind, we found that the Bug is equally in demand with commuters. Why is it so popular? The Bug goes from pannier to backpack in the blink of an eye! Ergonomic shoulder straps are hidden under Velcro secured flaps. The surprisingly spacious main compartment of the Bug is easily accessible due to the mushroom shaped opening and super tough #10 YKK zipper. A helmet holder allows you to store and carry your helmet when off the bike and we’ve included a clever U-Lock pocket as well.
While dropping my 04 Giant OCR Elite off for BB service...the local friendly shop owner offered me 20% off of a 2012 Pinarello Rokh which seems to fit exactly how/what I ride.
I understand that this would be a big jump in price, ride, geometry, etc. from my current bike.
My question is: I've ... Read More »
7 miles to go and WAM right down my throat. ACK :cryin: pulled over and almost puked trying to get it out. Glad nobody saw me. But no it stayed lodged in my throat for the next 7 miles. I swallowed the last half of my water and it helped a little but I could still feel it half way down my throat. AC ... Read More »
Based on the suggestions on this forum, my first road bike purchase was the CAAD10-4 with RS80 wheels.
My first ride (a little over a year ago) was slightly under 6 miles. I told myself when I was able to complete a century ride, I'd get a second bike. Well, this morning I did my first century! : ... Read More »
Hello everyone just need some opinions and or advise on this: I just started cycling last year and have really taken to it, I really do love everything cycling related, so much that it has rubbed on my wife as well and now I'm gonna buy her a road bike which she will ride everyday to commute to work ... Read More »
Anyone using a protector for your bike while its mounted on a roof rack? No one wants bugs and rocks hitting your superleggera bike, but I wonder about the aerodynamics of this item. Seems like it would add substantial stress to the fork mount area especially at freeway speeds.
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