Transporting your bike can be a real pain in the arse (when you're not riding it). Dustin wanted to be able to portage his roadbike while riding his scooter. “The Idea came to me when I had a dream that I was transporting moon-shine on my scooter.” Well, okay then.
He took the frame out of his old-school hiking pack, added some bars and cradles from a rear hitch bike rack and strapped that damn bike to his back:
Clever? Yes. Silly? Yes. Awesome? Yes. Dangerous? Absolutely.
Hot Dang! We just got a boatload of new stuff in stock at our big-momma QBP's warehouse. Holler at your local bicycle retailer for any of these below items:
Downtube Shifter Mounts
Because we like things that are old school and we want to keep using 'em. This handy-dandy mounts to 31.8 & 28.6mm tubes so you can mount your old downtube shifters on your new bike.
"1x" drivetrains are the new singlespeed for a lot of folks, in case you hadn't noticed. If, by chance, you don't have one of those fancy new derailleurs with a clutch mechanism, some sort of chain retention is necessary. Our ChainSpy is simple, easy to install & adjust for your custom 1x applicaton. If you're a downhiller, you're barking up the wrong tree.
Singlespeed Cassette Cog Carrier
Stamped steel cogs are nice 'n' cheap, but they dig a nasty groove into your freehub body. Wide profile cogs are awesome, but tend to be pricey. What we've got here is a wide-profile alloy carrier (won't damage your freehub) sandwiching a stamped cog (won't damage your wallet). The pattern is 6-bolt compatible for attachment to your rotor mounts to allow for the fixed-gear riding as well.
11-Speed Cassette Spacer
For putting your 9/10-speed cassette on a new 11-speed freehub body.
Because they're awesome, that's why. They look great, they keep your fender hardware from rattling, they won't scuff or scratch.