When you get caught in an afternoon storm two miles from the campground, you'll be glad your gear is stored inside the Ortlieb Rack Pack. Sized to fit the Yak and Bob bicycle trailers, this waterproof duffle keeps your gear dry and clean in the worst touring weather. A roll-top closure, heavy-duty coated material, and welded seams completely seal out dust, dirt, and water. Padded carry handles and a detachable shoulder strap make for easy carrying when at your destination. When you're not on the
I have a Surly Crosscheck that has brake lever shifters and I want to add a front rack with a pack.
Not panniers. A pack such as Acorn rando boxey, Rivendell, Ostrich, or any other box type front bag that I can transport smaller items with.
My concern is what type of pack will fit in between my s ... Read More »
Ok, so this is the story. In June, I'll be riding my first ever Vätternrundan (300 km) ([url]http://www.cyklavaettern.com/default.aspx?lang=1[/url]) and I would like to bring some extra gear along that will require something larger than my small 2 litre saddlebag. Extra gear such as a small rain jac ... Read More »
With gas prices, I'm going to try commuting to work. The obvious question is how waht to use to carry stuff. I'd need to pack a dress shirt and pants, and maybe loafers. Also a small lunch.
I've seen those types of racks that extend over the rear tire, sorta like the dorky old ... Read More »
Anyone have experience/feeback on the Moots Tailgator or Nashbar rack/pack system as a day pack (4+ hour rides to pack food, tools, wet/cold weather gear).
[URL="http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?category=600066&subcategory=60001006&brand=&sku=14181&storetype=&estoreid=&pagename=Shop%20 ... Read More »
anyone seen or use this?
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