Inorbitt, a Taiwan-based micro business run by a Brit, runs free-to-join holidays in the Far East that gets cyclists around by public transport. Its all to promote Inorbitts pannier/rucksack and bike bag

Busmans holiday for bag maker

Rory McMullan of Inorbitt is in the UK at the moment finalising European distribution rights for his Inorbitt products. Inorbitt rather grandly stands for International Organisation for Bicycles in Travel and Transportation.

The UK rights have been picked up by Cycle Sport UK of Grantham, tel: 01476 74268.

Inorbitt produces two products, the Poncho Pani and the BinBag.

The Ponco Pani converts in seconds into a front and back poncho pack to carry on buses and trains leaving your hands free to carry your bike, says McMullan.

The Binbag (ie bike in a bag) is a bike bag that fits a complete bike. Just remove the wheels and attach the straps to the frame and get on a bus without the inevitable problems carrying a bike can cause.

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