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Electra Townie Bags

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MSRP : $49.99

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Electra Townie Rear Rack Bag Black: Attaches to top of rear rack (sold separately) with Velcro and features Townie logo embroidered on sides. Bag features large internal space with zipper closure and two external side pockets...

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