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Backpack, tankbag, advice

Post  TomCom on Tue Jul 02 2013, 19:14

Hi if someone dont know my name is Thomas and i have amazing mood tonight Smile
and now sirius. i was using tank bag every day and i decide to don't use it any more because it scratch my tank.
so i am looking for advice from people on this amazing forum Smile
I use to put gloves in some food sometimes , disc lock and other things.
what is the best ? backpack or other bag for bike?
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Post  mrfrance on Tue Jul 02 2013, 20:00

Get one of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to stick under your tank bag. Backpacks are ok but can cause back pain and could be dangerous if you came off the bike.
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Post  ellie on Tue Jul 02 2013, 20:05

I bought some of the stuff Paul has shown you from Wilkos for about £2 and you just cut it to fit, protects your tank a treat.
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Post  0ldcat on Wed Jul 03 2013, 08:37

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Re: Backpack, tankbag, advice

Post  Snowcat on Wed Jul 03 2013, 10:18

Ventura rack, not cheap but once fitted you hardly know its there and it doesn't spoil the lines of the bike. With it you can get a variety of packs from sandwich bag to tea chest, takes seconds to put the pack on and you don't worry about whether its secure or not once its on.

Or top box is another idea, bulky alternative but plenty of room and keeps your gear dry.

Wouldn't rush to put gloves in my food though, they'll taste funny and you could lose your grip on the bars if it has an oily dressing on it. LMAO 
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Post  SteveCat on Wed Jul 03 2013, 11:12

Not to mention how awful gloves taste if mistaken for a sandwich Laughing 

Top box is very good, you can keep stuff secure - but it isn't cheap to setup.
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