Where to buy MTB related items?

#1
Dumb question? Maybe. I’m looking to buy a hip pack, the only place I’ve been recently that had more than one was REI who had 2. Are there any places that have a good selection of bikey type items like this? I want to see, feel, touch and taste (maybe not taste) before I buy. Will buy from shop and not showroom them and run back to Amazon.
 

pooriggy

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#3
Dumb question? Maybe. I’m looking to buy a hip pack, the only place I’ve been recently that had more than one was REI who had 2. Are there any places that have a good selection of bikey type items like this? I want to see, feel, touch and taste (maybe not taste) before I buy. Will buy from shop and not showroom them and run back to Amazon.
Try Halter Cycles, they are a well stocked mtb shop, not just roadie stuff.
# 609 924-7433
 

Mr.Moto

Well-Known Member
#7
Maybe Campmor? Haven't been in a while but they have a bike department and also a large selection of other backpack type stuff.
 

Paul H

Formerly C8N
#18
Idk... but I'm so used to the backpack, I feel naked without it. But on the road, it's a different story. Yes... I'm weird.
 

Santapez

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#20
Please!!!
I've been made fun of for 25 years
I wasn't planning on stopping!

I hate backpacks, dislike lots of crap in my jersey pockets. Small fanny pack works great.

I gotta go to the race tomorrow, I prepacked the bag, throw it on, no crap flying out of my pockets when I crash...

I think the fanny fad should go away
Next you'll say you dislike short-shorts being in style.