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Old 05-01-12, 11:46 PM
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Oryx Ecco Generation Mountain Bike - Rear Cargo Pannier

Hello fellow bike riders,

Just wondering if someone can point me in the right direction on what to do with getting a Rear Cargo Pannier for Oryx Brand MTB (Rear Suspension)?

This is the kind of Rear Cargo Pannier that I am looking for:



To attach to this Oryx Brand MTB:



Why not get a "Seat post mounted" pannier? Well because I can carry more weight on the Rear Cargo Pannier instead of being limited to just a few kilograms with the Seat post mounted pannier. The Rear Cargo Pannier can take up too or at least 9 Kg of weight.

I know its a strange design for a bicycle like that and where would I find a Rear Pannier that would not get crushed from the seat post when the suspension springs compress?

Any help is appreciated and suggestions are welcome.

Let me know what to do in order to make this Mountain Bike a rear Cargo Carrying Pannier.

Note: Oryx has shutdown production and or closed up shop, so they don't exist anymore.

Thanks Fellow Bike Riders.
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Old 05-02-12, 12:10 AM
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Old Man Mountain makes rear racks for FS MTB's.

I've been toying with a design of my own, but haven't so much as put a nut to a bolt yet....

With the rear swingarm design on that bike, you MIGHT be able to put some "4-legged" rack, that attaches 100% to the seatstays; it would take some creativity, though. OMM may be your best bet.
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Old 05-02-12, 10:25 AM
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Oh okay thanks, I will definitely give OMM a try.
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