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They're not brothers, and none of them play the banjo. So can you trust them? Yes.
Banjo Brothers make high quality, well-built and affordable panniers, backpacks, handlebar bags, seat bags, messenger bags, and more for bike commuters, recreational and urban cyclists.
The non-banjoist, non-brothers are cyclists who spent nearly a decade making and designing tough tool bags for 250-pound guys named Gus before turning those skills toward designing bike bags. They field test their own gear and pay attention to all the small details.
In 1975, Jim Blackburn looked at the at the emerging cycling culture and knew he could make a difference. That meant thinking from the users perspective, showing respect for materials and their functionality, while bringing unprecedented innovation.
Over the years, Blackburn has been quietly crafting some of the best Bike Panniers and Trunk and Handlebar bags available.
The Blackburn Racks are lightweight, strong, and sleek to help you go further.
Chrome began in Boulder, Colorado in 1996. The founders were a group of cyclists using cycling bags but not finding anything available that really met their standards.
So they did something about it: They got the toughest materials they could find, setup some production machines in the garage and started making incredible bike bags.
Chrome takes pride in being "anti-nonsense," and making everything functional Yet, somehow, a Chrome bag still ends up being a fashion statement. How do they do that?
Good Day Mate! If you'd like to transport your Fosters in a really nice bag you're on the right page. Crumpler was born in 1992 by a young Australian who needed a bag strong enough to carry beer home on his bike after a long day at work. How cool is that? Pretty cool! Get this, his grandma actually helped him with the first prototype and loaned him her sewing machine.
Crumpler has always found a way to make their bags work, usually through trial and error, but the finished product is always something that will last you a lifetime. Check out their line, the cool names and colors are just a start for these uber cool bags.
Established in 1979, Lone Peak continues to use the finest materials available for their USA made bags and panniers. Here is what Lone Peak says about their bags, "Every component of a Lone Peak Pack is chosen to contribute to the functionality, durability and visual appeal of the packs."
Quiz: Who developed the first bike cargo racks compatible with full suspension? Old Man Mountain (a.k.a. OMM). They were tired of going bike camping with their full suspension bikes and backpacks on their backs.
The founders of OMM developed these racks because nobody else did. No one considered this type of bicycle as a viable option for touring and bike-camping. So instead of buying new bikes they made our own racks.
The OMM racks are top-of-the-line racks, that withstand many hours of riding and tons of gear. Combine a front rack and a rear rack from OMM and you can carry 100 pounds. Take the kitchen sink if you want.
Old Man Mountain pannier have withstood the abuse of countless bicycle tours and have earned the respect of many riders, manufacturers, and organizations.
Ortlieb is the standard for manufacturing waterproof, rugged, innovative products for bicycling and other outdoor sports since 1982.
Designed and manufactured in Germany from the highest quality European and US fabrics plus top-grade, unbreakable hardware.
For small treks, carry your necessities with an Ortlieb Saddle Bag or an Ortlieb Handlebar Bag. Large loads can be accommodated by the variety of panniers and rackpacks which allow you to carry everything you need from a trip to the grocery store to a cross country excursion.
Ortlieb's high quality products ensure your equipment stays safe and dry. Plus Ortlieb stands behind all products with a 5 year warranty.
Osprey has thought through what cyclists, runners, and commuters need out of their products while the company is constantly striving to lessen their impact upon the planet to tread lightly.
Osprey focuses on high-quality backpacks with details and features aimed at specific uses, activities, and sports, such as hydraulics backpacks that keep you cool and hydrated without hindering your performance, or commuter backpacks designed to carry the things you need for a day at work or school with a smooth transition from your bike to your workspace.
Innovative designs and commitment to top-notch manufacturing shows in every Osprey product -- whether it's the latest multi-use backpack or an original design from 1974.
Racktime makes great looking, easy-to-use, highly functional urban bags and racks.
Their aluminum bike racks are lightweight, strong, and sleek. (These racks, after all, are the siblings of Tubus steel racks.)
At the heart of Racktime is the Snapit system, which allows you to easily remove and attach a pannier, rack-top bag, basket, and other accessories with a simple snap.
Revelate Designs makes bike gear that can be used for rackless lightweight touring, bikepacking, distance road biking, expedition touring, winter riding and racing -- and everything in between. All that plus a strange penchant for naming products after exotic rodents, such as the Revelate Designs Viscacha Seat Bag and the Revelate Designs Pika Seat Bag.
Revelate Designs makes products that show creativity and a passion for great cycling experiences. Carrying your gear in a frame bag rather than on a front or rear rack means improved bike handling, better weight distribution and less weight on your back.
A small Alaska-based business, the founder of Revelate Designs left his engineering day job behind to share his passion for adventure biking with other cyclists who needed functional, lightweight gear.
Revelate Designs makes everything in the USA, with as many domestically sourced materials as possible.
While some companies and bike advocates want to make cycling mainstream and just another way of getting around, Salsa is dedicated to keeping the spirit of adventure alive in bicycling.
Salsa makes bikes and components that reflect a spirit of discovery and curiosity.
Take a Salsa front rack or rear rack on your adventure by bike. And if it's just a run to the store, make it an adventure.
Surly Racks are well-thought-out, durable, expedition-worthy racks that work with most panniers. Designed for heavy-duty touring, Surly Racks stand also stand up to everyday utility cycling and commuting.
The main body of Surly racks is made of tubular CroMoly steel. Although you'll probably never need to repair them, it's a comfort to know these racks can be repaired by a welder in your home town or in the most remote regions of planet Earth. You're bound to find somebody who can TIG, MIG, stickweld, braze or solder a Surly Rack back together.
But don't worry about that. Install a Surly front rack and/or rear rack and just load it up with the things you need to carry.
Thule's company motto is Active Life, Simplified. You will find Thule products on secluded Australian beaches, in busy city streets, on a bike trail high up in the Andes, or on the ski slopes in the Alps.
The Pack 'n Pedal line is Thule's innovative, stylish, bicycle bags and racks that are highly functional.
Timbuk2 bags are built to last a lifetime. Born in the San Francisco garage of a former bike messenger, Timbuk2 began making tough-as-hell custom bags in San Francisco's Mission neighborhood in 1989.
After the messenger bag legitimized the man purse, Timbuk2 built on their success and expanded to other product lines, such as messenger bags and laptop sleeves.
Some Timbuk2 products are still made right in their San Francisco factory. Timbuk2 also operates a free Bicycle Share Program in its retail store.
Tubus offers a wide array of high quality racks for a variety of bicycling needs. These top-of the line carriers are a necessity for any touring or commuter bikes.
Somehow Tubus makes paper-thin steel tubes, and turns them into racks that are incredibly strong as well as elegantly designed.
The Tara Front Rack coupled with the Cargo rear rack make a great pair for touring -- and they have been for 20 years. For commuting and lighter loads, see the sleek, stainless steel Luna Rear Rack.
Tubus also makes Racktime brand aluminum racks.
Vaude (pronounced fow-DAY) is a great German brand that is still relatively unknown in America. Vaude products are well designed, well made, and made with an environmental ethic that surpasses most manufacturers even in the cycling industry.
Environmental protection has a strong foothold in the company's founding principles and is a significant component in the company's values, its vision, as well as in its tangible environmental policy. Vaude also has progressive policies on social working conditions and is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation.
Vaude specializes in strong, long-lasting bags, such as commuter panniers to withstand the elements of your ride to work, bike backpacks (many with built-in hydration systems), or functional handlebar bags.
Xtracycle believes that "Transportation and community ride tandem across the globe." And Xtracycle is the leader in creating long-tail, cargo-friendly, and kid-friendly bikes as an affordable alternative to automobile dependence.
With Xtracycle Kits, nearly any bike with 26-inch or 700c wheels can be a long-tail cargo bike for extra cargo carrying capacity. The Xtracycle FreeRadical Cargo Bike Kit comes with everything necessary for installation. Add a LongLoader to carry longer items such as a surf board. The WideLoader or SideCar can carry wider items like small coolers. Plus we have passenger accessories for adults and children, such as Footsies, a seat cushion, high quality child seats and more.