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AS-IS SALE Bicycle Frame Handle ("The Little Lifter")

AS-IS SALE:  Our annual AS-IS / Dents and Dings Sale  offers steep discounts 50%-75% OFF our uniquely designed, completely functional, high quality leather goods - such as retired display models, imperfect workshop productions, or otherwise.  Each product is notated as AS-IS in the title, and each variant is listed with brief notes on the condition, and an actual picture of the product so you can inspect its condition before buying. ALL AS-IS sales are FINAL and the sale lasts until the inventory has sold out.

The daily commute is fraught with urban obstacles: stairs, high curbs, trolleys and trains. Lifting your bicycle by the top tube can be awkward and cumbersome, particularly when you have full baskets and panniers.

Our "Little Lifter" Frame Handle provides a creative solution in a stunning, minimalist design that compliments your bike style. The positioning of the Frame Handle lowers the center of gravity and uses muscles you ordinarily use to lift; making lifting your bicycle feel easier, lighter, and in control. 
                                   

INSTALLATION: See a short installation video here on our YouTube channel:                                                          

See an installation picture guide on our snapguide channel HERE:
How to Install a Bicycle Frame Handle by Walnut Studiolo on Snapguide.

MATERIALS: Bridle leather, nickel-plated steel hardware

DIMENSIONS: The Frame Handle measures approximately 7.5” end-to-end, with the handle itself running approximately 5.5” long. 

SIZES: The "Regular" size Frame Handle will fit most bikes. It fits tube circumferences approximately 3.75" - 6.5".  "Large" belts are available upon request for larger bike tube diameters (such as mountain bikes). It fits tube circumferences approximately 4"-9.25". An easy test to determine if you need Large belts: can you touch, or almost touch, your fingers around the tubes of your bike? If yes the standard size will work great. If not, then please order the large from the drop-down menu above. 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Credit to Erin Berzel Photography 

 

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