WOHO XTOURING SADDLE BAG STABILIZER Lightweight Bicycle Travel Bag - Saddle Bag Stabilizer
Woho has come up with a rather simple aluminium stabilizing bracket, which I think you'll agree is pretty damn neat. Mounting on the saddle rails it cradles either side of your saddlebag and keeps it in check. It's barely noticeable when you have a saddlebag In place! - Cyclingabout, Alee.
Cushion bags play a very important role in Bikepacking equipment. The main factor is the absolute advantage in terms of capacity. Therefore, there will be quite a lot of equipment loaded on the package. All riders will certainly ride in the process of riding a seat bag. One troublesome situation was found to be that the tail bag would sway with the pedaling, especially on a large-angled or uneven road.
WOHO thoughtfully designed solutions for this situation. Although it was only a small accessory, we invested considerable effort in design and production so that consumers could see our intentions in the same detail. The stable aluminum frame made of a single mold can not only ensure that the cushion package will not shake with the ride, but also increases the left and right groups of bottle holders to expand the lock hole. The fixed bottle cage screw can be adjusted The length of the screw rubber gasket to meet the needs of a large number of knight supplies. The appearance of the use of black paint with the car bag wild, and printed with white lettering to enhance the overall texture.
Seat bag stabilizer is versatile. If the knight already has a seat bag, it can be purchased separately with a stabilizer.
This store only sells stable racks. If you purchased the new second-generation cushion package, it already contains a stable rack.
This product does not include cushion bags, bottle cages and kettles.
If your seat is SMP: Brooks B series, because of cushion design factors, this stabilizer may not be usable. We are working hard to develop the corresponding version, so stay tuned!
Size: 15*12*10 cm
Weight: 77 grams
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