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For most of us a good cycling bag is not a luxury but a necessity to support all of the activities we do each day.  When you live on the bike, you live out of your bag, and for that reason you better get one that’s comfortable and can do everything you need it to do.

The Captain Phil was another one of those dream products where we were finally able to create an item that we’ve been wanting for years.  We partnered with the Twin Cities own Banjo Brothers to take one of their time tested designs and build in all of the features that we've always wanted.

It has a zip in the hood so you have an easy access storage spot, two outside pockets which I usually use for my u-lock and a water bottle (plus drainage holes for when you use it to contain your empties), removable cargo straps for carrying annoying things like frames, tires, or rims, a built in tool pouch and a mess of other organization.  The entire bag is made from waterproof material and the main compartment has a replaceable water proof liner to make sure your goods don’t get wet in a downpour, and it even comes with an Iphone compatible cell holster as standard issue.

Highlights

  • Replaceable liner
  • Included Iphone compatible cell holster
  • Removeable cargo straps
  • Built in tool pouch
  • Three outside pockets
  • Lots of internal organization
  • Waist and sternum straps

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Product Specs

Capacity
 
Medium - 1,500 cubic inches
Large - 2,000 cubic inches

Part Numbers

Part Number Color Size
BG2900 Black Medium - 1500 CU
BG2901 White Medium - 1500 CU
BG2902 Black Large - 2000 CU

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We’ve been working intensely on cross product and the JYD lately, so I was beyond stoked when All-City Global Product Manager Amy “The Hammer” Kippley gave me a track chainring to design. Images of track bags full of All-City chainrings danced in my head.

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