The newest bike seat accessory is now available for pre-order on our website! It's a neoprene liner for the stash-box to help absorb the sound of objects bouncing around inside while you're out riding. It's custom fitted perfectly for the stash-box and made of durable neoprene so that it can be easily removed and washed if it gets dirty. These neoprene sound cloths will dramatically reduce the amount of noise made when you have metal objects bouncing around inside the stash-box.
The picture to the right shows the sound cloth inside a stash-box, with the new pannier hooks hanging onto the side rim. Whether you have the pannier hooks or the backrest or both, the sound cloth will fit snugly inside the stash-box to help protect your belongings.
Here are a couple more pictures of one of the first prototypes that we've made for the stash-box sound cloth. On the left you can see the sound cloth sitting partially inside the storage compartment (easy to drop in or remove to clean). On the right is a closeup shot of the stitching in one of the corners of the sound cloth.
The stash-box sound cloths are currently available for pre-order, as we haven't yet started making them. We need to sell about 50 pre-orders before we're able to place our first order with our supplier. In order to help out with generating these orders, we're offering a 20% discount on all sound cloth pre-orders. They'll be $25 once we have them available but you can pre-order today for only $20. We expect to place our order with the supplier in late February or early March, and they'll be available about a month after the order is placed. The sound cloths are currently available exclusively on our website.
Received some pictures today from one of our first customers to use our ebike pegs and had to post it to our blog. This is a bike seat install on a bike using an ebike conversion kit on the rear wheel. This particular kit required the M14x1.5 thread pitch ebike pegs that we offer, and installation went without a hitch! Thanks Brandon for sending in the pics of your bicycle and bike seat!
Remember, ALWAYS wear a HELMET!