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Fresh cycling gadgets and goodies from Brooks, Blackburn, North Street & Stashers

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Stashers’ TubeTop is a clever take on the cooler in that it a) mounts to your top tube or handlebar and b) fits cans with a Coozie on them. That means double insulation for your favorite canned beverage, or extra room for something like a Nalgene bottle or Camelbak’s All Clear UV filtering bottle for true backcountry adventures.

It’s available in two sizes and comes with a free Coozie. Check more pics and details, plus new stuff from Brooks and Blackburn, below…


The Small retails for $19.99 and fits two cans, the Medium ($24.99) three cans and a Large (not shown, price TBD) four cans. Get a combo of Small and Medium together for $39.99.


All come with one free Coozie of your choice. Check them out at GetStashers.com.


If your cargo needs aren’t of the beverage type, North Street’s duffels might be just right. The smaller Scout 11 is available with handlebar mounts to turn it into a great front end bag. Easy access to the bare essentials comes from a stiffener panel that slides into an interior sleeve and maintains the bag’s round shape even when empty. Velcro straps connect to the bag’s carry straps to attach it to your handlebar. The bag’s made of 1000 denier Cordura nylon and lined with their signature waterproof X-Pac sailcloth to keep contents dry.


It comes in four colors and retails for $79.00. Each one is made to order.


Brooks has partnered with Lezyne to offer a limited edition bronze colored Femto rear blinky light. The hue matches the rivets on some Brooks saddles, letting you keep more of the shiny bits on your bike coordinated. The Femto has several blink/solid patterns and uses a simple push of the lens to cycle through them. A quick release strap and clip design lets it mount to any bag or jackets light loop or just remove from the seatpost quickly to go with you so it won’t get stolen. Retail is $/€ 20.00. A matching white front light is also available for the same price. Both run off two included CR 2032 batteries.


Blackburn’s latest mini-tool is the Grid 13, which mixes long straight hex and torx wrenches with a few L-shaped ones to (hopefully) fit all the tight spots where they’re needed.



Claimed weight is 145g, retail is $19.99. Available now on their website or in dealers.

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