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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyGadd View Post
    Good to hear that there's another gear maker out there. PM me your contact info, and I'll add you to the first post in this thread.
    Maybe it's a good idea to place the country where the makers on the list are located in behind the links of their websites ?
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    hou mij ook maar op de hoogte inz een bikepacking tripje in limburg of de wadden!

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    I will keep you in mind.
    Outside the weekends i basicly have all the free time i want/need so my idea was to go somehwhere between monday and friday.
    I just have been waiting for the weather to get better.
    And i still have to make the decision if i want to buy a hammock or use my tent that i already have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    Here are a few shots of the bags from Buggybags.
    I ordered a frambag from Jon, and i am happy to say that i am very pleased with it !
    Those bags look great!

    But...

    ...I'm also really interested in where you got (or how you built) that mount for your Magicshine headlight
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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post
    Those bags look great!

    But...

    ...I'm also really interested in where you got (or how you built) that mount for your Magicshine headlight
    The bags ARE great !

    And more info on my "spork" can de found here : Frontlight "mounting-spoon"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    The bags ARE great !

    And more info on my "spork" can de found here : Frontlight "mounting-spoon"
    Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigWorld View Post
    Love it!
    Tnx !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    The bags ARE great !

    And more info on my "spork" can de found here : Frontlight "mounting-spoon"
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    Just ordered a Revelate Tangle frame bag today. And got a notice that it shipped-the same day!! that rocks.

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    Got the bag, looks great. The medium is almost too big for my large MC29 but I am pretty sure it will work.
    Thanks for the great service Eric at Revelate

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    some of these bags look like they could turn a knife blade and seem way overbuilt. Anyone making stuff out of Dyneema or lightweight fabric that isn't built like a ship hull?

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    Work in progress.

    Today i got some pictures of my new bag that is being made by Jon from Buggybags.
    it's not finished yet, but here are a few pics as a teaser...
    (this bag that has a special summer feature.)
    When the bag is finished i will open a new thread for it.
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    Any motorcycle shop will sell you a stash tube. You can make your own out of PVC pipe. These are useful for anything you want to keep dry or for items that can damage your bags like an adjustable wrench.

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    If you are afraid that an adjustable wrench will damage your gear, just put it in a piece of old innertube.

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    A while back I saw a picture of a big under saddle bag that connected to the saddle rails, seat post, and also to the top rack braze-ons. I'm not sure if it was an internal frame or what, but it looked like a really stable cross between a saddle bag and rack trunk bag.

    Anyone know who makes a bag like that?

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    Would that bag be per chance the Jandd Mountain Wedge III?

    Mountain Wedge III

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    That looks interesting, but the one I saw looked like one of the long under saddle bags (as seen in this thread) with screw in mounts to the top braze-on's, the ones up by the saddle (presumably to carry a bit more weight and prevent sway).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman View Post
    Hadn't heard of Phantom Pack 'til I found this thread today. Really interested in those fenders—anyone here have a set?
    Yep. Terrific stuff.

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    Alpkit Framebag - Cooler than a bumbag, more practical than panniers - Special Stuff Outdoor Gear Shop - Alpkit

    Some good stuff on it's way from Alpkit in the UK. I have an early tester bag they made for my Jones, it's a great fit and does the job well.



    I can also vouch for Buggybag's frame bags, really solid stuff. Mine's a bit larger / wider and heavier than the Alpkit bag (450g vs 240g approx), but if you wanted something to last a lot of heavy use the Buggybag is as tough and well made as they come - thick cordura, really chunky YKK zippers etc. Good VFM and service too.

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    Barking Bear Bagworks

    Here is a new comer to the bag world:

    Barking Bear Bagworks out of Conway, Michigan. Conway is an hour north of Traverse City.

    I stumbled onto Jason's custom bags while reading up on a local fatbike race. Fat-Bike.com wrote an article about Barking Bear Bagworks:

    Business Profile – Barking Bear Bagworks | FAT-BIKE.COM

    I have many items from Eric at Revelate Designs, but since he is out of the custom bag business, I had Jason create a one bag fits all for my Quiring 29er and Quiring fatbike.

    Jason's stuff is top notch. He is great to work with and turn around time is less than 2 weeks (He did not have many orders in front of my order). Best part (At least for Michiganders) he is close by!

    His contact right now is by email: jsnsnll@gmail.com He communication is fast!

    Photos posted of the bag attached to the fatbike and 29er.

    -Chad
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    old man mountain racks

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    And HERE you can see another great example of some more custom work by Buggybags.
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    A shout out to Porcelain Rocket for jumping hoops to get a couple Anything Cage Bags to me on the fly. Thanks, Scott!

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsbike View Post
    Here is a new comer to the bag world:

    Barking Bear Bagworks out of Conway, Michigan. Conway is an hour north of Traverse City.

    I stumbled onto Jason's custom bags while reading up on a local fatbike race. Fat-Bike.com wrote an article about Barking Bear Bagworks:

    Business Profile – Barking Bear Bagworks | FAT-BIKE.COM

    I have many items from Eric at Revelate Designs, but since he is out of the custom bag business, I had Jason create a one bag fits all for my Quiring 29er and Quiring fatbike.

    Jason's stuff is top notch. He is great to work with and turn around time is less than 2 weeks (He did not have many orders in front of my order). Best part (At least for Michiganders) he is close by!

    His contact right now is by email: jsnsnll@gmail.com He communication is fast!

    Photos posted of the bag attached to the fatbike and 29er.

    -Chad
    Sent an email to Jason today, I live in Michigan and would love a piece of local bags.
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    I have just received an email from Jon from Bike-Bag. (formerly known as Buggybags)
    In this mail he send me the link to his new site that is dedicated to the production of (custom) bikebags.
    Here is the link : Welcome To BikeBag.co.uk
    (click on the pictures to enter)

    Maybe Ranier can change the link in the first post ?

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