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"It's my iBag!" Review by Preston Tyree, League of American Bicyclists


VIDEO: Preston hamming it up with his iPad, Bike Friday and  Traffic Cone Bag


League of American Bicyclists Education Director Preston Tyree has been toting his Traffic Cone Bag since 2010. He uses it to get to and from meetings in safety and sartorial style, and finds it useful for carrying his iPad and keyboard.

"It's my iBag!" he proclaims in the above clip, shot during a LAB Bike Ed program I attended in Albuquerque. "The bag is great. It doesn't look like a iPad carry bag so I don't feel so exposed when I am carrying it ... "

He's since written this review of the Traffic Cone Bag on his new blog, Cyclist in the Lane. Muchas gracias, Preston! 

Preston stayin' alive, stayin' alive with his Traffic Cone Bag (size large)

  VIDEO: Check out Preston's bike handling skills

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