Ana, who like me, is an unpaid spokesperson for Timbuk2 messenger bags, points out they have a new scooter-print bag. Just in time ’cause Tracie needs one. $80/$100 sounds like a lot, but mine’s probably six or eight years old and might as well be new.
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As I have worked in a bike shop for the last three years, I have gotten to know the quality of these bags and they are very fine. Anyone interested in purchasing one should do it without thinking.
Nice. But for those on a budget, try the local
army/navy surplus store, the swap meet, or eBay
for a cool ass WW2/Korean war musette bag.
Rugged, suave, retro, manly and holds several 40’s of Olde English.
Just carry a purse all ready!
I’ve carried my laptop and stuff to and from work in my cages, on my bicycle, and on my scooters for 3 years now in my Timbuk2 bag. It’s amazingly hardy.
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