by Emma Smith May 16, 2018

This is one of those ideas that everyone is going to wish they'd had.

 

 

Lourí is all about ditching the pack. When using a hydration bag is impractical or unnecessary, these frame and saddle straps provide the convenience of being able to carry your essential gear securely to your bike and forgetting it's even there.  

Louri Bike Seat and Frame Straps Louri Bike Seat and Frame Straps Black Louri Bike Seat and Frame Straps Saddle

The Frame Strap is designed just for that. For carrying your on-ride essentials and mounting to any frame tightly, securely and silently. The elastic pre-loading system makes installing your inner tube/s, Co2, water bottle, spare tyre, jacket and more super easy and fast to use. It's long enough for the biggest carbon frame tubes and versatile enough to fit slim frames, anywhere there is space. 

  • Long enough to reach the biggest of carbon frame tubes

    The Saddle Strap is designed for tucking tightly under your saddle where it stays silent, subtle and out of the way. The elastic pre-loading system makes installing whatever you need super easy and fast to use. What's more, we've deliberately made the strap long enough to be able to reach around large +size inner tubes while still not offering unmanageable excess for small road inner tubes. One size for all!

    • Large enough to secure 2x road inner tubes or 1x MTB tube right up to a 3"+size MTB tube
    • Dropper seat post compatible

    Both Straps feature: 

    • Adjustable to fit solely an inner tube, a tube + Co2 or much larger items such as water bottles
    • Strong, machine washable materials
    • Hook-to-hook Velcro for secure mounting no matter what part of the strap it secures back against
    • Hidden eyelet stitches for super strong elastic anchoring
    • Hand Made in the UK

     

    "It doesn’t move around even when things get really mucky and wild and you can stick pretty much anything you want to your bike with these – I’ve even tried to use two of them to strap a shovel to my bike" - GRINDINGGEARS.CO.UK

     

     

    TAGS: CYCLING

    Emma Smith

    Emma is the queen of our social media and editor of the Kit Radar Magazine. Always in pain from running on the track, Emma's has a passion for positive mental health from sport.


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