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Old 02-01-19, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by fietsbob View Post
Use a conventional handlebar bag . I am OK with what the above poster does not like .. Ortlieb/Klick Fix do this job well..

Internationally well regarded Ortlieb keeps things dry inside but allows access as you ride , because the top opens away from you ..


for snacks , camera, cough drops , and so forth ..
Advantages of a bikepacking style handlebar bag:

* lighter
* load is closer to steering axis
* can be squeezed down to keep things from rattling

There are good reasons why they're becoming popular, especially for off road.
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