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August 7th

YNOT is no stranger to developing rad travel bags to pack it in for the long rides. Expanding on their line of panniers they now have three new cool bits that will fit to virtually any rack. In order to get things under way on the The Kassi, The Annex and The Portage they’ve launched a Kickstarter where you can get in n the ground floor. Click through for the full release and some photos of the other two haulers on the way!

 

“Using the help of Kickstarter, YNOT Cycle is launching a new & improved line of Bicycle Panniers! To celebrate the launch, YNOT Cycle will be hosting a party on Thursday, August 21st from 8pm – 12 pm at their flagship store (831 Queen St W. Toronto, ON). Come show your support for all things cycling and Canadian!

Since 2009, YNOT Cycle has been producing innovative bags & accessories in Toronto, Canada. Last year was the release of their first pannier design: The Pan-Yay! A durable, expanding roll-top bag with a floating separated liner to improve water-resistance, reflective accents for increased visibility at night and a shoulder strap to bring your bicycle bag on the go!

After months of rigorous testing YNOT has perfected the design, upgrading the mounting hardware to better suit the diversity of cyclists and their bicycles. Now available with new adjustable bracket hardware, The YNOT Pan-yay! can easily attach to virtually every rack.

Along with the Pan-Yay, YNOT Cycle is expanding their Pannier line with three exciting new rack-mounted bags: The Kassi, The Annex and The Portage. The Kassi is a versatile tote bag that quickly transforms into a pannier. The Annex is the perfect laptop bag with an built-in padded sleeve for your computer. The Portage is a bag with a clean aesthetic and increased carrying capacity. All three bags defy the aesthetic of traditional panniers and share the ability to hide the mounting hardware away for off-bike use.

All YNOT bags are colour customizable and made by hand at our studio in Toronto, Canada, with a lifetime warranty.”