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Old 06-30-20, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Miele Man View Post
Sometimes I want to carry a pair of bicycling tights after it warms up and I don't need them on me. Plus a pair of arm warmers and a lightweight jacket shell. I rigged up a handlebar bag mount that fits onto my seatpost and positions the handlebar bag behind the seatpost. I can carry my clothing, repair gear, a couple of spare tubes and a bottle or two of water and some snacks in that handlebar bag. I used a threadless stem and a cut down handle bar to make the bag support/mount.
maybe overkill, but I like the ingenuity.

@Nathan_S: You can also get a rack which bolts onto the seat post, or (assuming your bike has fittings or you can fiddle a bit) a regular rear rack. All my working bikes get rear racks.
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