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The pouch will hold 6-7 pages including cue sheets, brevet cards, maps & a pencil.
Vinyl Cue Sheet Envelope
Cue sheet preparation steps are outlined below. Glue stick & tools are NOT included.
Envelope shown with a CueClip which is NOT included.

Vinyl Cue Sheet Envelope


  • Heavy-duty vinyl pouch for protecting and carrying brevet cue sheets
  • Clip NOT included. Mount to CueClip or generic clamp attached to your frame or bars.
  • Pouch has fold over flap to protect from water and hold contents secure
  • Vinyl is clear and doesn’t appear cloudy like many ZipLoc bags 

    Richard’s Recommendation

    After testing over a dozen of different types of ZipLoc bags, vinyl zipper pouches & pencil-binder pouches, the conclusion was that a 5x7 (12.5 x 18cm) envelope was the best all-around size. When using the CueClip a taller pouch hits your knees when you stand to cycle and a wider pouch got in the way of the bike computer or hand placement.

    Preparation Steps

    Do at home before the brevet or ride.

    1. Download the Excel or PDF files for your brevet. Print the pages so the type fits into a 4-3/4" (12cm) column. You may need to reduce the printing size so relevant information doesn't get cut off.
    2. Cut up the printed cue sheet pages so you only have “complete legs” on each page (see above example photo). That way you don't have to try to flip a page while riding!
    3. Use paper sized (for the 5x7 envelope) to 4-3/4x 6-3/4" or 12x17cm (or smaller), take a glue stick or spray adhesive and adhere your cut-up cue pages to each blank sheet.
    4. Number each sheet with a page number. Insert into pouch (see photo in left-hand side bar).


    Weight (5x7"): 17 g (.6 oz.) for empty pouch
    Usable Size: 5x7" (12.5 x 18cm) with outside dimensions as 5-1/8x9" (13 x 22.9cm)
    eoGEAR SKU # 7504-C57