$31.19 - $40.79
Turn your bike into an errand-running, cargo-hauling machine with Sunlite's Standard Lift-Off Basket. This sturdy basket attaches to your bike in a snap via handlebar mounts. It carries all your day's booty and the rubber-coated carry handle lets you bring your basket along when you're off the bike!
- Compatible with all bags and panniers - Side rails included - Fits seatposts 22-32mm in diameter - No frame mounts required - Light and reflector mounting loop - Aircraft-grade 6061 aluminum tubing - 22lb/10kg carrying capacity
Plenty of room and durability to support you on epic rides. If being prepared is important the super cache can carry enough to accompany you on epic rides. - Water resistant 1000D material with YKK zipper - Interior division for all your essentials - Reflective logo, webbing to clip light - Angled straps achieve a low profile fit - No-snag Velcro and Amara leather limit abrasion
Add some cargo capacity to your bike with Sunlite's Lift-Off Front Basket. This no-frills hauler hooks over your bars and has a handle for easy carrying. It's sturdy, simple and functional.
$9.99 - $19.99
Sticky Pods Utility Packs, Version 4.0, are the practical and durable bike accessory every cyclists must own. First introduced in 2009, the Sticky Pod has received international recognition from North American, Canadian, New Zealand and United Kingdom cyclists. It’s been featured on websites like Bike Rumor and in magazines such as Mountain Bike Action. Road and mountain bike riders all boast how the lightweight, water-resistant pods hold all the essential items needed for short trips or long hauls. Load up the Sticky Pod with spare tubes, CO2 cartridges, multi-tools, patch kits, ID, cash, and cards and still have plenty of space left over for energy gels and chews. The actual utility pack is lightweight and only adds a few grams to the total load. Added benefits are the tools and other stuff won’t poke you in the back, rip expensive jerseys or cause bodily harm in the event of an accident. Features - Mini Dimensions: 4.75" x 3.75" - Small Dimensions: 9" x 4.25" - Large Dimensions: 10" x 4.25" - Fits snuggly into race-fit and women’s jerseys - Grippy (sticky pod) surface keeps it secure in pocket - Weighs just 80 grams - Touchscreen zippered pocket - Three secured zipper mesh pockets Benefits - Prevents tools and keys from wearing through jersey - Protects jersey and any utility pocket from dirty tools and tubes - Eliminates seat bags and pouches (protects carbon seat posts and shorts from Velcro) - PVC cell phone pocket allows for smart phone accessibility while the device remains safe in the secured pocket
Sunlite's Welded Rack is the perfect tool to allow commuters and tourers to carry extra gear. It's made of tough, light tubular aluminum, fits most bikes, and has a capacity of up to 40 pounds.
When race day arrives, the last thing you want to worry about is organization. The Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag has multiple compartments to keep your essentials easy to find and converts quickly from backpack to duffel with a removable shoulder strap. A top molded pocket protects valuable items like cell phones and sunglasses, while a large ventilated lower compartment keeps shoes or wet clothes separated from the main hold. Camera bag-style dividers, an adjustable helmet pocket, and water-resistant fabric further extend the Transition 1's versatility, providing race-day relief from basic, cluttered alternatives. - Center compartment includes camera bag-style dividers to keep items organized. - Large ventilated lower compartment for shoes or wet clothing. - Adjustable helmet pocket. - EVA top pocket. - Side net for water bottles. - Reflective tabs. - Total volume of 56 liters
Cannondale's Slice Top Tube Bag holds essential race nutrition just behind the stem of your bike for superb aerodynamics and easy access. This water-resistant nylon bag has a clear window cover with a magnetic closure for quick access and visibility of your cargo. You wouldn't want to be craving a strawberry gel and grab an espresso-flavored one, now, would you?
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