Outlaw Earth Offering Limited Edition ’Cross Messenger Bag
So you’ve got all your new gear ready for ’cross, and you’ve decided this year to ride to as many events as you can. How to carry it all? Outlaw Earth just announced a limited run of ’cross specific messenger bags, tailor made to suffer right along with you. Read the press release below for details.
Outlaw Earth, maker of rugged and stylish messenger bags, has joined forces with the 2010 Greenware® US Gran Prix of Cyclocross to create a custom line of USGP messenger bags durable enough to withstand the rigors of the toughest conditions cyclocross season has to offer.
The limited edition line of USGP bags will be available for purchase at all USGP events this season and online at www.outlawearth.com until supplies run out. All Outlaw Earth bags are made in the USA and feature a a lifetime warranty to be free of defects in materials and workmanship.
“Speaking for myself – I am very excited about joining forces with Outlaw Earth to create these bags. I carry an entire series with me – computer, notebooks, permits, contracts…you name it, and it goes into my bag for the races, and it all has to stay dry through some pretty amazing weather,” said Joan Hanscom, USGP series event director. “These bags are super stylish and functional.”
The US Gran Prix of Cyclocross features the deepest and most competitive fields racing on this side of the Atlantic. The 2010 Series kicks off on September 25th and 26th with the Planet Bike Cup in Sun Prairie, WI; then races into Louisville, KY, for the Derby City Cup on October 23rd and 24th; The Fort Collins Cup in Fort Collins, CO, on November 13th and 14th; and concludes with the STANLEY Portland Cup in Portland, OR, on December 4th and 5th.
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