I snapped this photo of my Amazon Fresh Jersey to contribute to an active discussion that cropped up on Byron’s Flickr stream. Bike Hugger readers dig technology as much as the bike culture we blog. So, tech savvy cyclists, we’re turning to you. Weather it’s a blue chip, or dot com bust, show us your best corporate cycling jersey. So far, in addition to Amazon, we’ve seen Vista, Yahoo, Google, Sun, and Intel. What about Apple, IBM, Dell, or new skool like Flickr, or Twitter? Heck, we’d like to see anyone traded on NASDAQ. Show us what (or who,) you’re work’in with.
While visiting our friends at Hiawatha Cyclery this summer in Minnesota, I picked up a Frost River Seat Bag for my classic Mercian Road Bike. It’s the perfect size for a day trip, or credit card touring. Here’s what I’ve been keeping in my seat bag. (Crank Bros Pump, Tire Levers, spare 700c tube, patch kit, Genuine Innovations Air Chuck & Two CO2 cartridges. There is also plenty of room for snacks, a light jacket, wool gloves, keys, wallet and a cell phone.) I dig the classic look of a canvas bag, and I’ve found it holds significantly more than the more prevalent mini-nylon seat bag I often spot around town. This Frost River Bag is pretty spendy with an MSRP around $80. For Barney Big Dummy I’m testing out a more affordable canvas seat bag made by Minnehaha Bag Company. The stitching and quality appear to be just as nice, but the MSRP is a more palatable $44.99. What about you? What’s in your seat bag?