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Old 08-06-2009, 11:06 AM   #1
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Product Review: Frank Thomas Cargo Sport Tank Bag

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Good review! I know I love my tank bag. Simple little bag but can hold a ton of stuff. Scored it at Cycle Gear for $25 thanks to a misprinted sales tag!
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I give it all 5 stars on a 5-star rating scale.
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Its a great bag. My girlfriend bought one and we use it to take the Chihuahua on the bike. Its works like a charm.
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Thanks for the review I bought one today from Cyclegear but I paid full price for it ($90+tax). Going to Austin this weekend and I think this is just the thing I need...I could use this for gym too
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Thanks for the review I bought one today from Cyclegear but I paid full price for it ($90+tax). Going to Austin this weekend and I think this is just the thing I need...I could use this for gym too
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nice! i'm glad the review was helpful and informative.

I forgot to mention, but along with some clothes rolled up, the bag still can fit another visor. I usually try to pack a clear one in my bag at all times.
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nice! i'm glad the review was helpful and informative.

I forgot to mention, but along with some clothes rolled up, the bag still can fit another visor. I usually try to pack a clear one in my bag at all times.
Now you mention it I rode home last night with a tinted face shield...I was trying to figure out a way to bring my blank face shield in the bag but skipped it because I thought it couldn't be done.
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