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Got some more likeable cycle-able things today. Somewhere to go, something to keep stuff in and something else to keep your butt dry.

Portland Design Works, Full Metal Fenders™
These fenders, I mean mudguards… I’m English you know, are neat as they’re designed to fit bikes without mudguards bosses and tight racing clearances. They are aslo very well made and thought out. Check out more here.

Pannier, Find cycle friendly accommodation
Great idea for a website and very well executed. The functionality is getting there too and you can currently choose from trails, but routes are coming soon. Really looking forward to seeing more on this site. Go check it here.

Swift Industries pannier bags
These bags look the business! Hand made by a two-person team in Seattle, Washington, USA. You can have the pannier bags custom made too. Really nice and they have an excellent range so much so I’m liking everything and so should you guys n’ girls. Go have a look here.

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