John o'Groats Front Pannier

$ 130
John o'Groats Front Pannier

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Our new travel panniers are named after the famous Land's End to John O'Groats cycle route which traverses the length of the island of Great Britain between its two furthermost extremities. Hundreds of cyclists attempt this 874-mile route yearly, facing the challenges of Britain's inclement weather. The panniers are waterproof, light and durable to meet the demands of long distance cyclists, without sacrificing style. The closing system of the bag featuring a stylish leather insert enables cyclists to adjust the volume of each bag from a minimum to a maximum, as follows: Front Panniers min/max 12/15 l. Important Note: Pannier Sold Individually. In order to purchase a set of panniers as shown in the photo, please place 2 in the shopping basket. Panniers can be mounted on the left or right side.

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Our new travel panniers are named after the famous Land's End to John O'Groats cycle route which traverses the length of the island of Great Britain between its two furthermost extremities. Hundreds of cyclists attempt this 874-mile route yearly, facing the challenges of Britain's inclement weather. The panniers are waterproof, light and durable to meet the demands of long distance cyclists, without sacrificing style. The closing system of the bag featuring a stylish leather insert enables cyclists to adjust the volume of each bag from a minimum to a maximum, as follows: Front Panniers min/max 12/15 l. Important Note: Pannier Sold Individually. In order to purchase a set of panniers as shown in the photo, please place 2 in the shopping basket. Panniers can be mounted on the left or right side.

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  • Width : 250mm
  • Height : 360mm
  • Depth : 140mm
  • Volume : 12-15L
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8/20/2013
Written by Sophia Amato
JOHN O' GROATS Front Pannier
I have a Cooper Sebring- will these panniers fit?
A> The front panniers require a front rack.
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8/20/2013
Written by Sophia Amato
JOHN O' GROATS Front Pannier
I have a Cooper Sebring- will these panniers fit?
A> The front panniers require a front rack.
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5/14/2013
Written by Chia Tan
JOHN O' GROATS Front Pannier
I'm quite annoyed; it looks like the shop off-loaded the old stock of front panniers on me just last month. I was not aware of the new manufacturer/design. I still love my panniers, but the Ortlieb design looks much better, and would probably have fitted my racks better too. I've been trying to find a way to convert my panniers (both front and rear) into a backpack for daily urban use. Since I'm stuck with the old design, I can't get the Ortlieb Rucksack converter. Any suggestions for another solution? Thanks very much.
A>  Please make a warranty claim in the getting in touch section of the website!
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1/27/2012
Written by Malcolm Kirton
JOHN O' GROATS Front Pannier
Dear Sirs,



With regard to your new panniers, it appears they are only black in colour. After cycle touring for over 25 km, I would never buy a dark coloured pannier, in fact, I think the brighter the better,



Regards,



Malcolm.
 
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5/14/2013
Written by Chia Tan
JOHN O' GROATS Front Pannier
I'm quite annoyed; it looks like the shop off-loaded the old stock of front panniers on me just last month. I was not aware of the new manufacturer/design. I still love my panniers, but the Ortlieb design looks much better, and would probably have fitted my racks better too. I've been trying to find a way to convert my panniers (both front and rear) into a backpack for daily urban use. Since I'm stuck with the old design, I can't get the Ortlieb Rucksack converter. Any suggestions for another solution? Thanks very much.
A>  Please make a warranty claim in the getting in touch section of the website!
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1/27/2012
Written by Malcolm Kirton
JOHN O' GROATS Front Pannier
Dear Sirs,



With regard to your new panniers, it appears they are only black in colour. After cycle touring for over 25 km, I would never buy a dark coloured pannier, in fact, I think the brighter the better,



Regards,



Malcolm.
 
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