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military sourced bags for touring or bikepacking; and racks

Here's a good way to get into bikepacking/touring without spending too much money and then deciding that it's not for you anymore..... OR then deciding you like it so much, you go out and get high quality bags and items...use military surplus bags and pouches; you will note that there are several di ... Read More »

2013 Nimble 9 Frame Bags

[IMG]https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5976525/bags1.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5976525/bags2.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5976525/bags3.jpg[/IMG] [B]High Res Pics here:[/B] [url]https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kln54zs74hmeytx/WN7CT0iCVz[/url] ... Read More »

Bags and dropper posts

Are there any bikepacking oriented saddle bags that work well with a dropper post? I kinda wonder if I'm hunting for unicorns.Read More »

frame bags vs. racks + panniers

i've got a surly nice rack on the rear and a cheap sunlite front rack on my ogre....they've been great so far. seems like the trend is going away from racks and panniers to frame bags. bike camping season is upon us, and i was thinking i'd give the surly revelate frame bag a go...that coupled with ... Read More »

How much cargo tie downs & bags do you carry around? Per load or just in case?

I am new to the cargo bike scene, I just got my Trek Transport Monday, April 29th. I have made a dog food run(50lbs bag)and misc other hardware store stuff(maybe another 15lbs) and then a seperate grocery run of a week's worth of food/beverages for 4 people and my daycare crew of 4 kiddos. [ATTACH= ... Read More »

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