Colossi certainly know how to do it. This frame uses the ritchey breakaway system suitable for travelers as it is easy to take apart.
Check out all the photos here
Holy mackerel. So beautiful.
More photos over at the Colossi flickr.
Back in October I got an email from Brad asking if I would like to review one of his hip bags. I was pretty much keen as a bean. So after receiving it in November, a few months off, a bit of travel and a bit of testing it’s time I finally review it.
The bag I received was the scrap bag. These were made from what the name suggests, scraps. This means every bag is unique and being a massive indie hipster kid that’s perfect for me.
First impressions were how colourful it was and just how much you can fit into such a small bag without it being uncomfortable.
After a ride or two with it. I went travelling over to the eastern states for a week or so. I knew it would come handy in some aspect. So it became my bag of those little travels items that you need to be able to get at some point without rummaging through your bags. Toothbrush, medication, coinage, spare keys and deodorant ending up in there and it was just perfect. Easy to find with it’s bright colours and the size was just perfect.
The finer aspects of the bag. Measures 6″ long, 2″ wide and 7″ high. Features a waterproof liner, key loop, a small internal divider and u lock holder on the outside. 2 loops to fit on belts with ease. (This has now been changed to one larger loop.)
Damn. I have a soft spot for Colnagos and this is a perfect example as to why.
Check out all the deets over at Pedalroom
Charming Cycle. Check out all the specs at pedal room
Afternoon young lads/sheilas.
Been in transit and been trying to settle down again.
Posts will resume again today.
Sorry for the lack of posts lately. Been busy with work, sporting commitments and studies.
More regular posts will resume very soon.
Thanks for following for the last year too. New things are coming very soon!