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    Old. Slow. Happy. MileHighMark's Avatar
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    Here's my review of the Dill Pickle saddlebag (and Carradice Bagman 2 support):

    http://www.gravelbike.com/?p=1540
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    bike 2 fall 2012.jpg


    here's a couple


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    of pics

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    of an old carradice nelson longflap in action, bagman support.
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    This one seems reasonably humongous: http://lovelybike.blogspot.com/2013/...rteur-bag.html

    Edit: Oops, you said saddlebag. Never mind...
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    image.jpg

    I just got this Vaude seatpost bag on clearance at Rei's outlet site. It's working great so far for my commute and can accommodate a full set of work clothes plus other essentials. It uses a klickfix connector on the seatpost for easy removal and is very sturdy. I just barely had enough exposed seatpost for it to fit, and it's still a little hard to get the fully loaded bag on/off because of the tight clearance. All-in-all I'm a happy camper and it ought to be a great bag for multi-day rides!

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    Carradice Pendle. But I am no Randonneur. Commuter and recreational rider.
    Fits lotsa stuff. Has slots on the lid for adding longer straps to strap stuff to the outside of the bag (not pictured).
    I keep a rain poncho, splats, couple tubes, pump, tools, wallet, iPhone, flat kit, etc., and still have space for lunch.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/702377...7633085407086/
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/702377...7633085407086/

    rivbike.com sells huge saddle bags of another brand.
    Carradice has much bigger models, too.
    Last edited by lungimsam; 08-13-13 at 03:41 PM.

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    Another Dill Pickle fan here.

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