Spurcycle releases new saddle bag inspired by lunch bags

By Stephen Frothingham

SAUSALITO, Calif. (BRAIN) — Spurcycle, best known for its Spurcycle bell, has released a new saddle bag that will bring you back to carrying PB&J sandwiches to school. But instead of brown paper, the brand’s new bad is made of high-tech sail cloth.

The Spurcycle Saddle Bag has no zippers and expands or contracts to hold contents securely. It’s made of weatherproof X-Pac sale fabric, with a bright interior to make it easy to see contents. It secures to saddle rails with a single wide Velcro strap. The pouch measures 6.5-inches tall with a 4.5-inch x 2.25-inch opening, enough space to accommodate a 29-inch tube, tire levers, CO2, and multi tool. MSRP is $45.

Spurcycle sells though IBDs and consumer direct at spurcycle.com.

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