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I bought a small handlebar bag

Old 01-13-22, 10:25 AM
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I just use feed bags. They're cheap, sturdy, multi-purpose, easy to remove and don't interfere with my front cabling and lights.
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Old 01-14-22, 01:28 AM
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Originally Posted by jonathanf2 View Post
I just use feed bags. They're cheap, sturdy, multi-purpose, easy to remove and don't interfere with my front cabling and lights.
you're not helping the narrative.
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Originally Posted by ooga-booga View Post
you're not helping the narrative.
I can carry two feed bags on long rides, one with an extra water bottle and the other with snacks, power bank charger plugged directly into my phone and my small camera. This way I don't have to adjust my GPS mount or move my lights. Everything else just slips into my rear jersey pockets. Plus I don't get why all the drop bar bags are boutique? I wish Topeak made similar front bags to their saddle bags which I really like. I don't need a big one either, just a bag large enough to fit small items.
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Old 01-14-22, 02:11 PM
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Originally Posted by trailangel View Post
Lousy work in progress shot, but both bags are Banjo Brothers and I haven't had a problem with either. I did use some double sided Velcro wrap to suspend the handlebar bag from the bottom of the handle bar. That way I get the full range of hand positions.

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