Old 03-13-09, 02:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Ritterview View Post
Well, for $4.35, you could get the PBK seatpost bottle cage holder, and use the tennis can.

IMO, a tennis can, even in this seatpost configuration, is preferable to an expandable saddle bag for winter clothes carriage.
You know? You're right. Time to HTFU and stop making excuses!

I already actually have this:


I used it on a couple centuries last year...didn't like it. When it held 1 or 2 full bottles, it seriously effected the bike's center of mass and even my riding--especially when I was out of the saddle. But, I suppose that's just a matter of getting used to. One thing I don't like, though, is I have to remove the seat-post to install it or take it off. I need one with a quick-release or something.

But, my 40-mile commute in the morning is a bit long for only one large water bottle, even in the winter. So, if I used this, I could now have more room for water.

And then, of course, there's this...
Originally Posted by Ritterview View Post
  • OCP-wise, a tennis can is iffy, but a large saddle bag is definitely a violation.
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