Custom frame packs start at $110
(and up, depending on features)


Everything Bag ($50 or $60 with P clamps)
Bar bag with pocket $75
Top tube pack $40

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Contact me at jeremycleaveland@gmail.com for questions or to order.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

New study demonstrates that newborn boys prefer custom frame bags to Everything Bags

Ezekiel decided to help out on the latest product photo shoot (this one is for a Motobecane Lurch fatbike in Pennsylvania).
He enjoyed a nice nap in the frame bag... and even managed not to pee or poop in it.


He even contemplated the mysteries of the universe...

Then we stuck him in an Everything Bag to see how he liked it...

And there was rather immediate feedback that he liked the frame bag better!


But - don't worry, despite this recent study, Everything Bags are still the hottest item this month.  So get yours today.  Now available in black VX42, camo X33, or storm orange VX21, with or without reflective tape (free option) and of course, with or without p clamps depending on your fork needs.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Ezekiel Charles Cleaveland

Our son, Ezekiel Charles Cleaveland was born January 11.  His name means "God will strengthen the common man" which is the gospel in a name - we are all sinners (common men) and it is only through God's strength that we can be saved from the wages of our sin.  Romans 6:23 - "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Jesus Christ our Lord."
Mom, baby, and Dad are doing well, and he's a lot of fun - such a blessing!



Now for a few recent bag pictures

This one is for sale since the customer backed out...
Made for a small Access frame, but should fit many other similar sized frames.  I can provide triangle dimensions if you're interested.
Blue VX21 with black VX42 on the edges, reflective tape, panel loader on the LEFT HAND SIDE, hydration port, and tapered top to bottom.

This is a $140 bag retail, I'll let it go for $80 shipped.




Storm orange bag to the fat bike races


Blue bag to Lone Ranger country





Snowy ride in to work through the desert.


There's lots of bags on the list now, mostly Everything Bags, so get on the list quick if you're thinking about it!  Lead times are kinda crazy now with a newborn and a full time job too.





Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Lots of Bags

Here's the result of two busy weekends of sewing.

Shipping to everywhere from local pickup to across the US, to Italy and Australia.

Note the Everything Bag with two bolts instead of three - that's an easy custom build so this customer can mount it on the down tube of his touring bike, which has just two water bottle bosses.

Also note the new Camo X33 fabric and custom high visibility Everything Bags with reflective tape and storm orange fabric for safety while snow biking on snowmobile trails!







Not much else to say now, gotta get back to antenna manufacturing, but my mountain bike is a dinglespeed now (probably not for long, spinning to the trail head is no fun), and I got a 29+ tire and rim on trade so will try that out sometime when I get a chance.



Here's an example of what we're building at the antenna factory... careful electrical design followed by exacting mechanical design yields a superior finished product.  This one's a 3 element 40 meter Yagi with bent back tip sections on the driven element.

For all of you that aren't radio geeks, that means you can talk all the way around the world with a very focused radio signal.









Monday, October 6, 2014

4.8 oz frame bag...

Made from 2.94 oz/yd^2 cuben fiber fabric that includes a 50 denier polyester laminate for better abrasion resistance.  This ultralight ultra tough fabric is about 1/3 the weight of VX42.  This is an optional upgrade for $50 in a variety of colors including camo.  Notice the cuben fiber seam tape in the second photo.

This 4.8 oz frame bag is for a small Salsa Fargo bound for the Tour Divide next year.  It has a left map pocket and a tapered front (but no padding to save weight).



There's also been a bit of panel loader action recently...



Tower Mountain in Silverton, CO.


Pneumatic bulldozer for small mines... and my pregnant wife!


Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Vote for my photo

I use a Sailrite Ultrafeed LSZ-1 sewing machine and it works great.  I also buy thread, sewing tools, and some materials from them.  They're having a photo contest that I've entered for sewing projects done using their products.  So feel free to vote for my picture since most of the other ones are pictures of boring sailboats with bad scenery!  Vote here: https://www.facebook.com/sailrite?sk=app_515720611858523&app_data=entry_id%3D2267067

In other news, the commuter bike got some new wheels since I found a great deal on craigslist on an unusual wheelset: DT 240s singlespeed non-disc hubs laced with fancy DT spokes to Stans 355 rims.  The rear hub was a prototype that never saw production.  So I got a really light wheelset that can go tubeless if I want to, both front and rear hubs are dishless for a stronger wheel, but I have to run only 5 cogs in the back (from an 8 speed cassette) but that's enough for almost everything I ride.  The wheelset and changing back to a v-brake up front saved a whopping 2.8 pounds with the same heavy 40 mm touring tires still.




Sunday, July 13, 2014

Summer Wanderings

Here's a few photos from some recent summer adventures - a day biking on the Uncompahgre Plateau and a few days backpacking and trail running in the San Juans.

There's a few pairs of Everything Bags in stock and ready to ship, I' just out of logos for them right now.











Monday, June 9, 2014

Non bike sewing projects

Here's a few interesting sewing projects from this spring that weren't for bikes.

Custom e-chain covers for an electronics manufacturing clean room
Special fancy fabric and special fancy thread for a clean room environment.



My study Bible was in need of a new cover
The new Storm Orange VX21 seemed like a great fabric choice.



Ever been on a big rock climb and put some snacks in your chalk bag, but it was cool enough you didn't need the chalk?  Here's an adventure climbing "chalk" bag meant for carrying snacks, hat, gloves, headlamp, etc but not chalk.
Still awaiting testing.
Made from really bright Storm Orange VX21 for visibility and durability