I started making reflectors mostly for fun. They are a little extra insurance on the road when the light is low or you are riding at night. They've been something of a surprise hit!
-Two sizes: Small and Big, and they are both configured to fit Brooks and Berthoud saddle loops.
-They will work okay (but not great) on saddles without loops. Since the rails narrow, they tend to slide forwards under the saddle
-The Small is by far the most popular size and sits squarely below the average width of a saddle (seen in photo below). The Big is provided for those who want a little more reflective area (shown in orange below, with two smalls)
$25 plus shipping
Size: 5" wide x 5" tall
The Small (shown in photo above) sits neatly below the width of the average saddle.
Velcro straps are designed to hang from the loops of either a Brooks or Berthoud saddle.
-Straps placed for non-saddle loop attachment
-Any color combination you can think of!
-Non-standard sizes for additional charge
Anybody who's ever ridden with friends in the rain will appreciate a set of mudflaps! While fenders do the majority of the work, mudflaps catch that last 10% that fly under the radar and land on that poor rider behind you or on the bottom bracket and your toes. Two types: Fabric with a rubber backing or leather ; both with the same SOLAS reflective tape as on the triangle reflectors. Coordinated reflectors and mudflap (and bag!) sets are an option...
Leather: $25 each plus shipping
Stout black or brown leather with SOLAS reflective stripe and stainless hardware
Fabric: $25 each plus shipping
Fabric madflaps backed by a layer of EPDM rubber sheet material and stainless hardware
The lowly tool roll--tucked away somewhere in your bag and only pulled out in moments of need. At least it can offer you a reassuring sense of organization and convenience when your bike is in need of a fix.
Same color options as the bags.
Tool Roll $40
The same color choices as the bags. Why not have a matching tool roll to go with your new bag?