Noodle Bars and a Hobo Bag

I put the noodles back on the Trek. Everything instantly felt better.

Trek with Noodle bars and hobo bag

I scored an old Rivendell Hobo Bag on eBay a month or two ago.

It’s a lot bigger in real life than I thought it would be from looking at pictures on the internet.

Trek with Noodle Bars and Hobo Bag

Anyhow, I went out for a short ride (6 miles or so) to fiddle with handlebar height, angle, brake lever placement, and all that stuff. I’ll probably continue to fiddle it with for a few days before I re-tape the handlebars.

I’ve already ridden 500% more miles this year than I did all of last January 🙂

One thought on “Noodle Bars and a Hobo Bag”

  1. The bike looks great! I love those riv hobo bags. My Acorn bag is pretty awesome, but I kinda like the sagginess of the Riv bags.

    I’m glad you’ve learned your lesson. Never doubt the Noodles!

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