These high density foam spacers have been in the works for a while and now they're newly designed and die cut! They space out your bag, if needed, leaving your brakes, brakes levers, and cables uninhibited. I've cataloged almost all the common front end bike setups with the Drawcord Handlebar Bag and Stuff Sack Harness attached, so compare it to your bike for optimal cable routing and spacer configuration.
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New optional feature: a modular Foam Spacer Kit for the Drawcord Handlebar Bag can be included at no extra cost! Just select the box at checkout. These spacers work on both the upper and lower attachment points. Many bikes won't need these, but if you find your bag squishing up some cables, this is the answer. You can even run a cantilever brake cable through them! Read More
This is a tutorial showing how to secure the Stuff Sack Harness for a bombproof mountain bike setup. The trick is to find the right size stuff sack so that it will rest on your suspension fork (may work with some rigid forks as well). The Oval Dry Bags can be rotated to get different dimensions. Measure the distance from the bottom of your handlebars to the top of your fork crown and match that to either one of the base dimensions. Read More
This is the only handlebar bag that can be used with or without a stuff sack (same bag for both day rides and camping rides)! New features include side pockets and a removable cord that hooks over your stem. Available now in a variety of colors! Read More
The Stem Caddy features a unique drawcord lock system that opens and closes with one hand while riding. Easy access where you need it. Check out the video for a demo! Read More