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Old 11-17-2020, 08:45 AM
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The bag has a M5 threaded hole on both sides that can be used to mount different accessories (like the bell, a lot of modern bells can be unthreaded from their factory mounts and threaded directly onto the bag, Lezyne for one). We are manufacturing a short handlebar stub that will also mount onto these M5 holes and allow you to mount handlebar accessories.
Hey RouteWerks guys... just a heads up that you're being directly ripped-off by a website called "kssbetti.com". Facebook ads and a full online listing using your images, video and descriptions. I can PM you the link if you want. I'm not posting it here because it's bull***** and I don't want to give them extra pageviews.
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Started a month ago, we have been reporting them to Facebook etc. When they get removed they just launch a new website. I don’t think they are going to actually ship anything to anybody. Apparently this is relatively common for successful Kickstarter campaigns.

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Hey RouteWerks guys... just a heads up that you're being directly ripped-off by a website called "kssbetti.com". Facebook ads and a full online listing using your images, video and descriptions. I can PM you the link if you want. I'm not posting it here because it's bull***** and I don't want to give them extra pageviews.
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Old 03-05-2021, 03:14 AM
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My bag arrived today!!! Looks super nice. It’s compact for sure, but the details are well done. Can’t wait to ride with it.
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Old 04-08-2021, 03:40 PM
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Received my bag! Had a shipping problem and got a lot of help from Thor @ Route Werks to get the issue sorted out.

The bag itself is awesome and handles my headlight & gopro great on the extensions. Plenty of room inside for phone, keys, wallet, and snacks. The friendly and communicative customer service I got made this entire experience even better. I'll be recommending them to everyone I know.

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Received my bag! Had a shipping problem and got a lot of help from Thor @ Route Werks to get the issue sorted out.

The bag itself is awesome and handles my headlight & gopro great on the extensions. Plenty of room inside for phone, keys, wallet, and snacks. The friendly and communicative customer service I got made this entire experience even better. I'll be recommending them to everyone I know.

Also really good for stickers, too.
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Old 04-11-2021, 11:26 AM
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I like mine too, even though I haven’t even mounted it yet! Seems well thought out, which, of course, is why we bought them in the first place.

Two questions to anyone:

Wonder why no front pocket. Seems to be an inexpensive and functional way to add volume without bulk.

I see various uses for the elastic cord on top, but does the cord on the bottom have intended uses other that holding the side pocket flaps?
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Old 04-14-2021, 12:53 AM
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This is my first handlebar bag, so I have no previous experience to compare it to, but I like this one a lot. It's very well built, and I like the fact that I can easily move it to another bike (I bought the kit with 2 bike mounts). The lid does rattle a bit over sharp bumps, which doesn't bother me at all. I found the interior volume to be smaller than I expected, but it's fine for fitting my rolled up windbreaker jacket and some snacks.

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Old 04-14-2021, 02:13 PM
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the cord on the bottom is just to hold the pocket flaps down.

We considered a front pocket but in the end we decided to leave it off of the launch version. We are considering making a bigger "touring" size with a bigger main compartment, that might also get a front pocket.

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I like mine too, even though I haven’t even mounted it yet! Seems well thought out, which, of course, is why we bought them in the first place.

Two questions to anyone:

Wonder why no front pocket. Seems to be an inexpensive and functional way to add volume without bulk.

I see various uses for the elastic cord on top, but does the cord on the bottom have intended uses other that holding the side pocket flaps?
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