Although you won't see Team Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda riding with the Arundel Uno Seatbag on race-day, when the support cars are in the garage, its an unmistakable accessory on their saddles -- and for good reason.The Uno is just large enough to carry the bare essentials -- a tube, levers, CO2, and some fun/emergency money. And if Arundel's bottle cages are any sign of its quality, you can be assured that you're getting a feather-light, beautifully constructed transport for your essentials. For security, the Uno attaches to the saddle rails with Velcro, and to prevent the seatpost clamp from damaging the bag, Arundel added a leather patch to its top. It has an internal capacity of around 16 cubic inches, and uses a double-stitch construction to ensure years of quiet service.The Arundel Uno Seatbag is available in the colors Blue, Black, Grey, Pink, Red, and Yellow and in one size.
hi there. I'm looking for a bike to take home w/ me to pittsburgh (very hilly) and on other business trips to places that will very likely be more mountainous than miami, where i live now. I really like the look of the speed uno and ride fixed on all my full-size bikes, so i'd probably prefer the ... Read More »
I'm considering either a Cento Uno or a GT. Having a hard time deciding which bike to go with, but I can get a good deal on either one. These bikes ride and look great.
I'm 50, ride 3-4 times a week, both mountain and road. I currently ride a Roubaix, and can't really complain about it, but ... Read More »
Finally finished, mostly. 14.75lbs with the Record 10 speed that came off my cracked Ciocc frame. Still working on the height of the stem and will need to do a final steer tube cut, but it's close. The tubeless Shamals have been a good suprise.Read More »
I have a bead on a good deal for a Cento Uno.
All reviews point to a great ride. I have no way to demo one and I am sure with enough tweaking I can make it fit and ride well.
Just wondering if anyone went from a Tarmac to a Cento Uno and can comment on what to expect handling/fit wise. I have ... Read More »