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    Attaching seat bag to I-Beam seat

    I noticed the I-Beam seat for my Mu SL doesn't have the bars where you can attach a seat post bag. Am I just out of luck or is there some other way to do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonEclipse View Post
    There are bags but the selection is limited.
    I just upgraded to a conventional rail seatpost

    CE
    Do you happen to remember which brands worked?

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    I used zip ties to attach a standard bag to the I-beam saddle. It works fine.

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    Check to see if your SDG saddle has the little bracket for the Topeak Quick-Click system. Some saddles seem to come with it already there, and some don't. You can buy it from SDG for $2.00 (email customer service). The following link shows the clip.

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?...nd_scuff_guard

    You can then use one of the Topeak Quick-Clip seat bags, like this one:

    http://www.topeak.com/t8/products/ba...wedgepacks.php

    Other than these, you'll have to rig up something else, as Loch did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnb-rare View Post
    Check to see if your SDG saddle has the little bracket for the Topeak Quick-Click system. Some saddles seem to come with it already there, and some don't. You can buy it from SDG for $2.00 (email customer service). The following link shows the clip.

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?...nd_scuff_guard

    You can then use one of the Topeak Quick-Clip seat bags, like this one:

    http://www.topeak.com/t8/products/ba...wedgepacks.php

    Other than these, you'll have to rig up something else, as Loch did.
    Great, thanks for the info!

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    I use the Topeak bag on my MU SL seat.. works fine, decent bag.

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    Nice. I didn't know you could "upgrade" an SDG saddle that didn't have the attachment thingie (good to know for the wife's '05 SpeedPro).
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