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Back Country Research MTB Race Strap Saddle Mount

Back Country Research MTB Race Strap Saddle Mount

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Description

The best selling item in the Back Country Range is better than ever for 2016. The Race Strap with Overlock is specifically designed for MTBers wanting to get ride of the constant nuisance that is a saddlebag.

For 2016, the Race Strap gets tougher Velcro and the overlock feature. Your spares will be strapped down tighter than a camel's butt in a sandstorm.

Every part of the Race Strap is designed for function. The pull mounts are easy to operate with gloves on, the dual shock cord system to preload the goods is simple and effective. Installation is as intuitive as installing a light bulb.

It'll fit a standard 26, 27.5 or wagon wheel tube with 2 Co2 cartridges a multi-tool and levers or basically whatever you want.

The Race Strap is fully compatible with a Dropper post and it's intuitive design makes it the quickest way to access you spares during race changes.

The Race Straps are created with premium materials. The straps are heavyweight webbing that won't bleed and resist s fading while the stitching used is industrial quality, rot and UV resistant polyester threads.

To clean it up, just hose it down or throw it in the wash on a warm cycle, then air dry.

To load the race strap up is a case of simply centring your tube on the grippy strip, and pulling the 2 shock cords up and over. Flip it over and put your other bits and bobs in - levers, tool, inflation.

To mount it up - Simply run the D Ring end over the top of the seat rails, feed the slack end through the contoured loop and reef it down and stick the velcro straps together. Put the Velcro overlock straps together and hey presto! You're done.

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Product Reviews

4.6
Rated 4.6 stars
Based on 13 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 9 Total 4 star reviews: 3 Total 3 star reviews: 1 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
92%would recommend this product
13 reviews
  • Jasper
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    3 years ago
    Great way to store tubes and tools

    This is the 2nd under saddle strap Ive bought (going on the new bike), the work great for holding a tube and a small multitool but I recently ditched the multitool and run the oneup pump instead. The strap hold everything really well and Ive never lost any though out of them over the last 3 years of riding

  • Tom
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    3 years ago
    Works great

    Easily holds a spare tube, tyre levers and a multi-tool. Very secure.

    You know something is doing it's job when you forget it's there.

  • Jakal
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    4 years ago
    Great product. Securely fits a

    Great product. Securely fits a tube, pump and co2 or multi tool no probs but would need a larger size to fit more in.

  • Theo K.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    4 years ago
    Mr Theo K

    Holds all my spares, (tube, tire levers and 2 co2 canisters) and does so with elegance (no ugly saddle bag anymore!) really happy with this purchase

  • S.Dwyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    4 years ago
    Works well even on the boys bike

    The Lad's 24" has nowhere to mount spares. The central triangle has bottle mounts but no room for a bottle and cage. And the saddle is too small for a saddle bag. So I thought I'd try one of these things so he can carry a tube and a pump. Works a treat.

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