"If you do go with the left-handed strap, absolutely go to the store and have it custom made for you. My wife got me a Citizen online in the left-hand model and I was going to return it because I didn't like the way it slung. When I…"
"Can you return it? If the answer is yes go for it then get a Bravo, Soyuz or any of their other bags after you try it out. I have the Bravo and I've put a 20lb bag of dog food, half gallon of milk, 6 pack strongbow, bread, cookies…"
"I do have a commuter with a rack, but sometimes I just want to grab a different bicycle and a backpack. I'm sure I'm not alone. On their messenger bags, is the strap reversible so you can switch shoulders? I might have to check them out."
"I am absolutely a Chrome defender, but unless you're hauling clothes or folders, that Yalta has THE WORST opening ever. EVER. I found that it's great as a commuter bag, but it's terrible as a smaller grocery-getter. I totally agree…"
Like almost everyone else I always rode bikes as a kid, but it wasn't until the last couple of years that I really got into really enjoying cycling. I am not an activist about it or anything, but I love it!
I plan on starting cyclo-tour next Monday. Give me a call on Saturday when you can and let me know your plans so I can plan accordingly. I may try to go for a road ride in the AM up to Highland Park if you're interested too...
Hey Vando. I never heard from you last weekend, but figured you were out enjoying the glorious weather. I'll be around this weekend for the most part. Any chance you will be up on the North-side at some point?
Sweet! Whereabouts are you in the city? I live near Addison and Western, but my evenings are pretty well open. Actually doing a ride on Sunday with some other chainlinkers if you're interested, hitting up Two Brothers and Lunar Brewing on 65 mile ride... Leaving logan square at 8:30AM. http://s.coop/1y8y 773-551-6655 is my cell.