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We love riding our bikes, but we knew there was a better way to carry our stuff.

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It turned out that we weren't the only ones who wanted a bag for short, everyday commutes.

4.46miles

Average distance of commute

27minutes

Average length of commute

When we looked at what was out there, we found nothing quite fit.

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Backpacks

A backpack means sweaty backs, high center of gravity, and your laptop taking a beating while riding.  (Backpacks are designed to hold laptops with flat backs, not curved like when you're riding your bike. Ouch.)

Messengers

Messengers solve some problems, but they're uncomfortable on the body, especially when riding.  They tend to move position, making it distracting and annoying (always falling to the side).

Panniers

Panniers are popular with some bike commuters.  They're great for carrying large loads but are overkill when you just want to bring the essentials.

Meet LA001, the perfect bag for your daily commute.

Here's what makes it better than the rest.

Sits on the bike, not on your body

Sits on the bike, not on your body

Simple & Secure

Simple & Secure

Easy on - off

Easy on - off

Highly water resistant

Highly water resistant

In case you were wondering...

What to pack.

What to pack.

What not to pack.

What not to pack.

Meet LA002, the wallet for every situation. 

Keep your friends close, and your wallet closer with our ultra minimal cash and card holder.

We make other stuff too.

LA003 Like a hug for your phone. Doubles as a coaster.

LA003

Like a hug for your phone. Doubles as a coaster.

LA004 Keep your condoms safe and secure, you sly dog.

LA004

Keep your condoms safe and secure, you sly dog.

What we look like.

Jack Schlinkert

Jack Schlinkert

Arthur Sohrabian

Arthur Sohrabian

 

Kickstarter launches April 1.

Save the date.

Enter a chance to win over $350 worth of gear!

 
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