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Old 08-22-2007, 12:49 PM
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New Black Carradice Barley Bag and Quick Release Bagman Rack

For Sale: A Brand New Black Barley Bag and a Quick Release Bagman Rack $135 plus shipping, Retail is $109 for the bag and $76 for the rack.


The Barley is a brand new saddlebag from Carradice. It's smaller than the Junior, but it has side pockets and loops on top for accessory leather straps to carry a wet rain jacket or whatever. So it has all the features of the larger Nelson saddlebag, but not the extendable flap of the Nelson Longflap or Lowsaddle Longflap. It's a super deluxe small saddlebag. The Barley is available in black with white leather straps.

Height: 15cm, Depth: 15cm, Width: 28cm


Introducing the NEW quick release version of the successful BAGMAN. Designed and manufactured by Edbro Innovations exclusively for Carradice. The saddlebag carrier with built in 21st century Style and Practical Technology.

Forged and polished alloy components.
Supports any saddlebag
Fits all saddles
Maximum load 10kg
Eliminates bag swing
Unobtrusive cycling
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Old 08-22-2007, 07:39 PM
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Barley is a great bag ..... the the longer trips.

One can cary a ton in there.

THis is a sweet deal .... If I did not own a Barley ......
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Old 08-22-2007, 08:06 PM
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znfndl, does it work with a standard road saddle? I've been curious about trying something like this for work -- mostly use aliante saddles.
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Old 08-22-2007, 08:16 PM
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Old 08-22-2007, 11:28 PM
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wow. that was probably the best deal i've seen on the site in a while. good score. i sure love mine
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