Bent cylinders that exist but you wish didnt.


#4981

That little under the bottle container would have been great for me* when I always carried weed with me when I rode. Though the little cylinders dispensaries sell pre-rolls in fit nicely in my artisanal, MUSA tool roll.

  • JK there’s very little chance that would fit in my tiny frames.

#4982

Um, would you care to take a look at the picture before posting non sequiturs?


#4983

get you a bottle cage whomst’d can do both

did we change bike part to bent cylinder across the board? please tell me we did.


#4984

Checkmate, nerds.


#4985

Um, would you care to take a look at the picture before posting non sequiturs?[/quote]

What the hell are you even talking about?


#4986

actualol


#4987

Um, would you care to take a look at the picture before posting non sequiturs?[/quote]

What the hell are you even talking about?[/quote]

dont get the non sequitur bit, but the link did show that one could carry the tupperware container and a big ol watter bottle.


#4988

i have this

i may or may not know the owner so feel free to disregard as spam. but i love mine.


#4989

I wasn’t really even addressing that product in particular, just the subject of the myriad alternatives to saddle bags. Which is where the conversation had gone.


#4990

Nope
http://robertson-designs.com/campy-is-punk/the-shirt


#4991

lol.
bikes were never punk


#4992

How to roadie with small bag:

  1. Go tubeless
  2. Get one of these
  3. Fill with two tubes*, a valve core tool, two 16g co2 and head (and/or valve extenders depending on whether you’re using whoosh-whoosh wheels or not)
    4a) Phone + credit card + $20 bill in center jersey pocket, or
    4b) the above in right pocket, extra water bottle in center
  4. Science snackz in left jersey pocket
  5. ??
  6. profit (also only ever use this to give to friends in trouble cuz tubeless)
  • the specialized turbo tubes are ideal for this because they come packed in teeny bags and I believe are pre talcumed

#4993

[quote=Andrew_Squirrel]Nope
http://robertson-designs.com/campy-is-punk/the-shirt[/quote]

Millenials are really ruining the kitschy t-shirt industry.


#4994

[quote=ckd][quote=Andrew_Squirrel]Nope
http://robertson-designs.com/campy-is-punk/the-shirt[/quote]

Millenials are really ruining the kitschy t-shirt industry.[/quote]

That shit is insufferable


#4995

How many fucking t-shirts does the world need?


#4996

I’m gonna make a tshirt of you tilting at a windmill


#4997

That’s a bit of a idiomatic stretch there.


#4998

Look it’s late and kind of humid out and I’m tired you aren’t getting shakespeare over here


#4999

[quote=timberland boots][quote=ckd][quote=Andrew_Squirrel]Nope
http://robertson-designs.com/campy-is-punk/the-shirt[/quote]

Millenials are really ruining the kitschy t-shirt industry.[/quote]

That shit is insufferable[/quote]

+
= “This is the professional casual upper garment of Those In The No. You have spread your peanut butter with the wrench, you remember the chamfer measurement of a proprietary square taper, or have even considered spending a fairly hefty sum on a fairly hefty cork puller, and you know.”

LOLOL


#5000

I ride Campy and usually I wear short sleeve button downs on the bike and that’s pretty punk, yeah?