(click link for photo album)start at $110
(and up, depending on features)

Everything Bag (click link for photo album)
- one bag only - $50
- one bag with p clamps or hose clamp mount - $60

Bar bag with pocket $75

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

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Time is just flying these days...

Flying around on a crane hook for the day job.... tuning/rigging a huge antenna at our company's test range...

Ever wondered how to put three bolts through a tube at exactly 120 degrees?
Simple (ok, assuming you have a drill press with centered vee blocks) - we're going to scribe 3 marks on the tube with the calipers, with the marks at 120 degree intervals - that's just inscribing an equilateral triangle inside the circle. Set the calipers to the length of the side of the triangle and you've got it.  Easy.  Caliper reading = Diameter * cos(30 degrees).  Done.
This antenna is going to visit South Sandwich and South Georgia islands in the sub-Antarctic.

A bit of 1993 custom titanium

Curvy zipper panel loader for full suspension - for this bag it was better than a traditional panel loader.

Full suspension panel loader with lower zipper curved to make better use of space.

I've got a bunch of red VX21 X Pac fabric coming soon (along with the usual black) so there's some color options again!

Monday, June 1, 2015

Goats, e-bikes, and some mud...

Here's some pictures from recent projects and adventures in no particular order...

Camo frame bag for a road touring Litespeed bike, posing with our columbines that finally bloomed on their third year in the pot!

Muddy hike/trail run in the Kannah Creek basin.

Baby goats at a friend's house!

Exploring the Uncompahgre Plateu.

Crazy frame bag for a homemade E-bike - he took an old Giant Rincon steel frame, built it up with nice e-bike components, got a new powdercoat finish, and put this sweet frame bag on it.  Left side panel loader with padding on the left panel and a plastic stiffener and padding on the right panel, plus four wire ports for the batteries.

Everything bag on a cargo bike.

Thanks everyone for a busy winter-spring of sewing!