I was browsing around the wonderful Internet when I found something that caught my eye.
Even though I love commuting all year round (even if it proves to be impossible or extremely hard in Northern European winters) and like carrying at least my essentials with me (tools, food etc.), I however dislike racks for some unknown reason and that usually sets limits to the amount of things I can carry around. Right now I have a small seat bag for my driver's license, debit card, hex wrenches, an universal wrench, a patch kit, two spare batteries and that's about it. I can fit some food in my jersey pockets as needed, but I could always carry more for longer rides in the countryside.
When I was browsing Carlos Duque's website, I found an interesting picture.
Since it looks a little too big for my needs, I found some cheap handlebar bags on eBay, this for example, that could possibly (?) be modified to attach to the seat.
I also found one looking exactly like that (having two connection straps) locally and I'm pretty sure that in some way I could fit it to my bike the way I wanted.
So, has anyone had experience with such things or would you rather keep away from big seat bags (possibly hitting against legs?) or buy one that's "meant" to be used for that purpose?
Thanks for your input in advance.