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Old 02-27-19, 04:29 AM
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Does Anyone Know Who Makes this Style Handlebar Bag?

If the video posted below is frozen at about 2:09, you can see a large red handlebar-bag-like bag, which may be some kind of French rando bag I don't know, but it looks very interesting to me. I like it.

Does anyone know who makes it? Or where it or something like it (in size or design) might be sold?

Thanks.


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Old 02-27-19, 05:55 AM
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Ortlieb - https://thetouringstore.com/thetouri...s-accessories/
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Old 02-27-19, 06:10 AM
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so many questions! and multiple questions in your threads.

you should break them up, you know, like start a new thread for each question in order to get more views.

might could even multi-post the same questions in multiple sub-forums for even more visibility.
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Similar, sort of...

https://www.apidura.com/shop/racing-handlebar-pack/
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Originally Posted by mrveloman View Post
FYI...Thetouringstore is closed for business. Wayne retired to greener pastures. Check out the top of your own link for details.
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Old 02-27-19, 08:46 AM
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Oops. My bad. Ortlieb is the bag on the main person in the video not the red one at the end. Based on the leather straps and pockets it would appear to be a much older bag. You might want to check out Velo Orange bags for something similar - https://velo-orange.blogspot.com/201...ge-lineup.html
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Originally Posted by saddlesores View Post
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might could even multi-post the same questions in multiple sub-forums for even more visibility.
He also posted this on the rando board too. I gave my answer there.

I have added one more name to my ignore list.
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There are often different people on other boards, so it can make sense. Simple.
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Originally Posted by saddlesores View Post
so many questions! and multiple questions in your threads.

you should break them up, you know, like start a new thread for each question in order to get more views.

might could even multi-post the same questions in multiple sub-forums for even more visibility.
Bad idea, not permitted, clutters the forum.
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