After much anticipation, it looks like we are finally going to be getting the last of the Duluth Pack bike bags, which were formerly known as the Baggins bags sold by Rivendell. Kevin and I, between us, bought pretty much the entire line of Baggins bags for our own personal use long before we started HC, and we love them. I don't know the whole story here, but I believe these were excess stock that Duluth Pack had the last time they stopped being the supplier of the Baggins bags. Now the present ownership of Duluth Pack wants to make room in the warehouse for other fine merchandise by selling them to us. The examples I've seen have a leather Duluth Pack seal on them and are not identified with any other brand. In any case, the bags we are getting are as follows:
Bar tube (formerly known as the candy bar bag): $40 - quantity available: 1
Small transverse saddle bag (formerly Little Joe): $100 - quantity available: 3
Medium/Large transverse saddle bag (formerly Adam): $140
Seat bag (formerly Banana Bag): $95 - quantity available: 3
Large handlebar bag (formerly Hobo): $120 - quantity available: 2 We are just getting a few of each, and given the past popularity of these bags, I'm pretty sure they won't last long. Call to order.
Hiawatha Cyclery is a small, independent shop in South Minneapolis. The bicycles and accessories we sell are geared toward the style-conscious commuter, tourist, and general bicycle lifestyle type. We also offer a wide variety of repair services, custom wheelbuilding, and highly personalized bicycle builds on various Surly, Rivendell, Redline, and Torker models.