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How To Install: Velo Orange Saddle Loops and a Burrito Supreme

How To Install: Velo Orange Saddle Loops and a Burrito Supreme

Here are instructions for how to install a Burrito Supreme underneath your seat using Velo Orange Saddle Loops.

VO Saddle Loop Installation

1. Completely remove one screw from each loop and loosen the remaining screw just a touch, but do not remove it. Install the loop with the flat bracket up as displayed in the top photo. Position your Philips driver through the loop then install the second screw (lightly then center the loop).

use a road runner burrito supreme under your saddle

2. Install the 2nd loop following...


Introducing the Wedge Half Frame Bag!

Introducing the Wedge Half Frame Bag!

Perfect for day use and long weekend trips, this bag was made to fit on most frames, most sizes and will work with up to two large water bottles on larger frames and one large water bottle on smaller frames. The Wedge is great for bike touring, bike packing and any other type of longer riding where more space is needed. Use this bag on your CX bike for some trail ripping then mount the bag on your MTB for some back country riding. Hold that extra 1L bladder, tools, flat kit, food, gloves and an extra layer...


Space Horse with a Burrito Bag

Space Horse with a Burrito Bag

Samuel Mcnees sent us over some amazing shots of Ray Munoz recently built up Space Horse. He rocking a beautifully paired Burrito Bag - and wow the whole build is straight popping! To see more of Ray's Space Horse, you can check out @samsurlevelo. Great work guys!

 


Bringing the 90's back

Bringing the 90's back

The 90's are gone, 26" wheels are dead and #roadrunnerbags4life!
90's Mountain Bikes have been making a come back (well since the 90's). Something about a well made, hand made, steel, rigid frame really turns some heads on the trails especially when you see nothing but full carbon downhill dirt bikes. The swiftness of rigid, the versatility of steel and the maneuverability of 26" wheels really give a reminder as to why the OG MTB Pros of the 90's could really jam.
Throw some bags on there and you're set for anything from daily rides to week long...


One hell of a ride

One hell of a ride

[gallery columns="2" ids="8705,8693,8694,8697,8695,8698,8699,8700,8701,8704"] Carson to DTLA is no easy feat when you're hauling 100+lbs on the rear of your cargo bike. Luckily our shop Haul-A-Day made that challenge easier than ever! With a brutal 15.5 miles ahead of me (and a challenging head wind to boot), I chugged on with dtla in the distance. Total ride time was 2 hours 15 mins but hey, I don't care as long as I'm out there peddling. As we began our cruise into downtown and the building's seemed to magically appear, I was relived because yeah I'll say it, I was hurting!...