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XLC Handlebar Bags

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The XLC handlebar bag is a functionalTouring or commuting bag. Constructed of 450D nylon and featuring a clear map compartment and reflective materials,The XLC handlebar bag is a must for your next cycling adventure. Made from durable 450D nylonClear map compartment flap for navigating while ridingReflective materialThroughout for added safety

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