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sernevi alicialeggett's article
Jan 6, 2022 at 3:42
Jan 6, 2022
Bike Index Uncovers International Bike Theft & Sale Operation
The authorities got involved when they noticed a number of Ibis, Yeti and Evil bikes being transported across the borders. The suspects are being charged with smuggling crack....
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Nov 15, 2021 at 12:26
Nov 15, 2021
PNW Components Introduces the Rover Hip Pack
@sestone: Still a pretty hard pass on non-flexible/stretching straps there as well, then they just dig into my hip flexors and hinder movement there (that's what I meant with that line above, but I should have been clearer I was referring to having it on/below the pelvis or just above wrt. movement/breathing)
sernevi pnwcomponents's article
Nov 15, 2021 at 11:05
Nov 15, 2021
PNW Components Introduces the Rover Hip Pack
The absolute dealbreaker for me when I was searching for a hip pack was an elastic strap. Otherwise I just feel you're stuck between having it bounce around or having it too tight restriction motion and/or breathing... I ended up going with an Evoc hip pack pro, as it was the only one I found that matched that criteria. Really happy with the bag, it has what I call "party straps" that can be tightened and loosened on the fly when coming up to rowdy descent/hard or long climb. I use them multiple times every ride and they work really well.. The Evoc bag can be run with or without a hydration bladder of 1.5L or so. On shorter rides where I still want to bring more than just a multitool and CO2 I just remove the bladder, and on long rides it's nice to have the option of both a bottle and the bladder. It's pretty essential that the bag can fit something like a thin rain jacket or a windbreaker, and it's nice if it's easy to open and close with gloves on and has good storage organisation inside so you don't have to search for things just dumped into a big open compartment. Again I think the Evoc scores high in those areas. I really can't fault it apart from it being pretty expensive.
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