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Old June 11th 06, 02:36 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike
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Default Is there anything out there to carry the front tire and seat?

Just wondering if anyone has invented a backpack that will hold a front
tire and seat on the outside of the bag? I might just try applying some
velcro tabs to the backpack so I can walk around without carrying the
s$#@.

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Old June 11th 06, 02:33 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike
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hugo wrote:
Just wondering if anyone has invented a backpack that will hold a front
tire and seat on the outside of the bag? I might just try applying some
velcro tabs to the backpack so I can walk around without carrying the
s$#@. Bungie the wheel to the backpack like I do and the seat with post can go in the cargo cords on the side of the pack.


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Old June 11th 06, 05:25 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike
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hugo wrote:
Just wondering if anyone has invented a backpack that will hold a front
tire and seat on the outside of the bag? I might just try applying some
velcro tabs to the backpack so I can walk around without carrying the
s$#@. Bungie the wheel to the backpack like I do and the seat with post can go in the cargo cords on the side of the pack.



This may fit the bill...

http://www.performancebike.com/shop/...tegory_ID=4340

CamelBak Chaos Item #20-2594A

Built to withstand unruly behavior over jumps, man made stunts and
vertical declines. Independent Suspension with waist harness provides
incredible stability on technical, high speed descents. Made with 1680D
Ballistic Nylon and #10 zippers for incredible durability. Air Director
ventilated rear panel will keep your back cool and dry. Gear straps
allow storage of your helmet, shin and elbow guards on the outside of
your pack for secure and easy access
 




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