Early saddlebags were adapted from the similar things you get on horses, but moved neatly behind the saddle on the basis that a bike, unlike a horse, doesn’t have an arse to get in the way. They were often made by saddlers, out of fine leather with hand-stitched detailing, and in that respect at least saddlebags have been getting worse for over 150 years.
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German national road and track champion's Hell of the North race bike
Wahoo Powrlink Zero power meter pedals £849.99
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Hayter and Henderson step up
British champions claim the biggest wins of their career
Giro d'Italia 2022
Kicking off in stunning Budapest and finishing in fair Verona, the first Grand Tour of the year is set to be a beautiful race
Flying doctor takes Scottish Champs '10'
Douglas Watson also crowned men's champion
Wood leads British medal haul in Glasgow
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Time trial entries slump sparks concern
CTT survey attempts to find the cause of low entry numbers, reports James Shrubsall
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BMC still clueless as to how many trees will have to be cut for GMLR
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City doc in US makes manual ventilator safer to use
A Mumbai-born doctor has bagged $1-million funding from the US National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop his innovation that makes manual ventilator safer for patients. Dr Prathamesh Prabhudesai, a KEM Hospital alumnus at present based in New York, has already been contacted by the US Air Force for his “precise” ventilator.
UP: Rare bone disease forces keen twins to skip voting this time
Thirty-year-old Shruti Bhatla and Gorey Bhatla, the twins suffering from brittle bone disease, could not cast their vote here as they were left bed-ridden due to recent fractures.
After a week, rescued leopard released into the wild
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Police go through nullah muck for stolen jewellery
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