Back Country Research Road Bike Camrat Strap Saddle Mount

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Description

Using all the technoloy and research that was put into the MTB Race Strap, and by popular demand, Back Country Research has created the Camrat. (That's Tarmac backwards!)

The Camrat has enough space to hold 1-2 tubes and two Co2 cartridges or a mini pump plus tyre levers. Access to these goods has never been easier, thanks to the intuitive design.

Only the best materials and construction techniques are employed by BCR. Stitched with 13pt bartacks on all junctions and 28pt on the ends of the shock cords with Industrial spec, UV and rot resisting Polyester threads. The strap themselves is made of heavy duty webbing that won't bleed out and resists fading.

If it requires cleaning, just hose it down or chuck it in the wash on a warm cycle then air dry.

To load your goodies in, just centre up your tube over the grip strip, then pull the shock cords up and over each end of the tube to lock it in Eddie. Flip the strap over and you can slide in your preferred inflation tool and a set of levers.

To mount it up to your trusty steed, just route the looped end over the seat rails, then feed the loose end through the ring and reef down. Simple.

Hand made in Montana USA.

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Reviews

5

This strap does exactly what

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This strap does exactly what it is supposed to do, sure you could fashion something yourself, but if you have a pimped ride and don't want a saddle bag but want some room in your pockets, this is a very clean solution. 5 stars from me.

Simple & The Best

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Had the BR MTB strap, loved it so much that I had to get one for my 'roadie'. This strap is so good, small and does EXACTLY what I needed. Don't really like those 'big saddle bags' - yuck ! This fits so well and tight under the seat, you don't notice its even there. Solid and simple design and when on, no movement what so ever.

Neat little product

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Holds my spare tube, levers and a cylinder in a neat tight little bunch under the seat. Not a fan on big saddle bags, so this works perfectly.

Noice

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As expected - awesome piece of kit. Cried for roadies

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This strap does exactly what

by -

This strap does exactly what it is supposed to do, sure you could fashion something yourself, but if you have a pimped ride and don't want a saddle bag but want some room in your pockets, this is a very clean solution. 5 stars from me.

Simple & The Best

by -

Had the BR MTB strap, loved it so much that I had to get one for my 'roadie'. This strap is so good, small and does EXACTLY what I needed. Don't really like those 'big saddle bags' - yuck ! This fits so well and tight under the seat, you don't notice its even there. Solid and simple design and when on, no movement what so ever.

Neat little product

by -

Holds my spare tube, levers and a cylinder in a neat tight little bunch under the seat. Not a fan on big saddle bags, so this works perfectly.

Noice

by -

As expected - awesome piece of kit. Cried for roadies

Specifications

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Back Country Research Road Bike Camrat Strap Saddle MountBCRRDBKCMRT
Black061570-001

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