|wheelbag question||Duane Gran|
May 8, 2001 12:43 PM
|Well, I finally got a pair of Zipp wheels. Now I am happy and zipping (I know, bad pun) around the neighborhood with a smile on my face, however I'm wanting some wheelbags to protect them a little. I called Zipp and was surprised to find that they don't make a branded wheelbag. I did a little looking out on some web sites, but I haven't come accross much. |
The nicest wheelbag I have seen was a Campy logo'd bag, but since I run Shimano that would seem a little odd. I'm sure there are some other riders out there who sympathize with my aesthetic delemma and know of a very cool wheelbag for zipps. Suggestions are welcome!
Incidentally, many thanks to readers, like Doug Sloan, who were very influential in my decision to go with Zipps. It is appreciated.
|re: wheelbag question||Akirasho|
May 8, 2001 12:58 PM
|Check out the "generic" bags at http://www.tri-zone.com/
The TNi double is a nice price with nice options.
Be the bike.
|re: wheelbag question update||Akirasho|
May 14, 2001 1:04 PM
|A friend of mine recently had me order a pair of wheel bags from Schwab Cycles http://www.schwabcyles.com
Naturally, when the package arrived, I opened it to check out the merchandise... nice generic padded bags... no logos or graphics... $30 each. I'm gonna order a couple for myself.
Be the bike.