Detours Coffee Bag and D2R Rear Bicycle Bag

10
Oct
2013

Detours is all about making fun, high-quality bags for bicycle commuters, recreational cyclists, and long-distance tourists.  Basically they want to provide a product for anyone who rides a bike.  This Seattle-based company believes in cycling to work all year round and having a good time.  Definitely sounds like my kind of company.

I highlighted Detours in, “The Man-Bicycle Basket” and am now featuring them today as we continue with our Loving the Bike review week.

Last time around as I was checking out all that this company had to offer, I came across what they call the coffee bag (Retails for $24).  Seeing as I’m the owner of a bicycle café, I figured this should be something we have here.  But there was another products I found very interesting, so I asked if they could also send me their D2R Rear Bag (retails for $85) as well.

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For more on these and the other products offered by Detours, click here.

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