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Old 11-11-12, 06:28 PM
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Here are some pics of the Chicago Velo Campus track gear bag... Let me know if you have any questions.









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Old 11-13-12, 10:44 AM
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I got my bag last week. It beats the Rudy Project bag I won as a prime in a crit. The bag holds everything and is easy to handle.



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Old 06-18-13, 08:21 PM
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Hey all, thanks for great info on these bags so far. Allegheny Jet / Pantani98, would the Chicago Velo Campus bag keep the gear secure if you hung it on a work stand like the EAI bag does? Cheers!
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I've got a Chicago Velo Campus bag too, and my only complaint is that my lockring tool and chain whip are too long and stick out of the bag a bit. Otherwise, there's space for more cogs and chainrings than you'd really need.

ETA: I brought my bag with me to Kissena and managed to get everything to fit.

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Old 06-19-13, 07:17 AM
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That one looks nice, and it's still on sale for $30. I might just have to pick one up.
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Old 06-19-13, 07:39 AM
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I bought the bag and I love it, ALL my tools fit in it. The Park Cog/Whip simply needs to go in a slight angle.
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That one looks nice, and it's still on sale for $30. I might just have to pick one up.
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Originally Posted by MtbAnt View Post
Hey all, thanks for great info on these bags so far. Allegheny Jet / Pantani98, would the Chicago Velo Campus bag keep the gear secure if you hung it on a work stand like the EAI bag does? Cheers!
Hey MtbAnt, have you checked out the drome star one https://www.kirraweecycles.com.au/vie...?productid=631 . I'm not one to love the big badge on the front, but I got one recently and it seems ok. No claims on the longevity of the bad though.
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