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Originally Posted by unterhausen View Post
I have the same question. The traditional bag has all sorts of advantages over a front trunk bag. If a bag is going to be difficult to open on the go, it should just be on a rear rack.
My thoughts exactly. I have a Berthoud Mini front bag that works wonderfully for when I'm traveling light on any length brevet. It doesn't require a decaleur and even though the top opens toward the front, it's very easy to get into.
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