Bought a Sue Super C Bar Bag from the factory shop on eBay. Supposedly one of the buckles is a bit wonky, but I don't see it. The only minor annoyance is that the map case is only big enough for a single fold of an OS map; if you use a double fold, it doesn't attach to the top properly. Suspect it could be bodged with extra webbing, so will investigate.
35 x Sue
14 x Priscilla
12 x Andrea
12 x Debby
11 x Janet
10 x Christine
9 x Emma
6 x Susan
6 x Kelly
6 x Margareta
1 x Debi
1 x Gill
1 x Vicky
1 x Sharon
1 x Zaneta
1 x Keely
I got one of those speedy stitcher things from amazon? Nice low tech portable way to attach webbing patches etc to things. I use it all the time now.
Yep, saves wear and tear on the hands too.
Where does one fint the name?
Should be signed on the product label inside.
Thanks, I'll double check mine when I get home
Spotted this on the gram today...seems to be well designed and built by nitto too.
That's good. The carradice version is frustrating in potentially forcing a change in saddle setback, this seems a neat solution.
After a bit of research it's available at tokyobike bit pricey sadly
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