New On-Bike bags from Timbuk2 make your commute easier


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.

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