CycleOps Trainer Carrying Bag

CycleOps Trainer Carrying Bag
CycleOps Trainer Carrying Bag
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Trainer Carrying Bag by CycleOps
The CycleOps Trainer Carrying Bag conveniently totes your trainer to the race so you don't have to clumsily haul your roller and trainer stand. Nothing is more embarrassing than dropping your stuff all over the asphalt as you try to roll your bike around while carrying an armload of other stuff. This padded Carrying Bag neatly organizes your flywheel, trainer stand, and bike helmet; and has extra pockets (including one zip pocket) for a water bottle, energy bars, cell phone, and wallet. *Not guaranteed to accommodate other trainer brands.

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SKU: COP0003
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