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Lovely Bicycle Is Giving Away Basil Tour Panniers

Written by Boston Biker on Feb 19

Head over to lovely bicycle for this awesome give-away.

 

I’ve received an extra set of sample panniers from the Dutch bicycle accessory manufacturer Basil, to give away locally as I see fit. Can’t decide who to give them to, so will use the blog and pick randomly. Local readers, this one’s for you:

Basil Tour Panniers 
silver and black
32cm x 12cm x 32cm
26L capacity


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