Not the best of photos but enough to give you guys an idea. We do not have T- bags yet (planing to sew some) so on our trip to Bornholm we uses one "cabin size" suitcase and one backpack. I`ll edit later to tell you the size (Litres) of the backpack.
Both worked suprisingly well, but this is of course a way of transporting luggage, not the best if you often need to reach innside the bags.
Suitcase: rolled well on its own wheels in the cases when we remowed the luggage and bagged the bike. No need to remowe the frame but also it was easy to just put the frame innside the suitcase. Maybe the best solution since the square shape of the bag made it really easy to keep it in place with just two regular luggagestraps. A more rounded suitcase may be less ideal. The two luggagestraps were used on the B`s when they were innside Dimpa bags on the planes and ships.
Backpack: Suprisingly easy to keep it in place strapped to the frame. The bag has a proper "spine" and I am sure that helps. Later on the trip i strapped the frame to the front of the bag to be able to take it off the bike and carry it on the back a short distance without remowing the frame. Frame fits into the bag.
AND: The frame I used is a C-frame I bought some time back for another DIY bag (posted under) The frame is quite small since it is cut down to be narrower for that other bag. I have decided to make a basket for this small narrow frame later. I have made the pattern already. Sometimes when I just want to bring a few things for a ride I think the B basket is a bit big.
Brompton with backpack as luggage
Brompton with cabin suitcase as luggage.
I also had a small red/black backpack atatched with a clickfix bracket to a kf caddy. I used this bag on out shorter trips. Son used the small green nylon bag I have posted earlyer:
And here is the Cut back C frame on the bag I bought it for. Used on our short trip to Copenhagen in May:
Brompton innside cower used as trolley.
Last edited by badmother; 08-20-13 at 10:32 AM.