Spring is coming, and you may be thinking of starting to ride your bike to work or school. Timbuk2 has three new on-bike bags to make carrying your gear easier. First up is the Basket Cycling Case (marked 1. in the image), which works as a “basket” with a variety of front bike baskets and flat-bed bike racks. Unlike a regular bike basket, you can pop the Basket Cycling Case off the bike and carry it with you. It has two carry handles and a crossbody strap, and it’s made of waterproof fabric that “makes this water and road grime resistant.” It’s $89.00. The Cog Pannier (2.) is a weatherproof bag that holds up to a 15″ MacBook and an iPad inside. It clips to you bike for the commute, and quickly removes to be carried in-hand or worn as a cross-body bag. It’s $139.00. Finally, the Bike Seat Pack XT With Tools (3.) is exactly that – a bag that attaches under your seat and holds a variety of tools to keep your bike maintained. The tools are included, and the kit costs $45.00.