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  • I have the opportunity to pick some of these up 2nd Hand, they seem excellent.

    Any users here?

  • Does your Mac fit?

  • Does your Mac fit?

    Up your arse? lets try.

  • busted

  • Any users here?

    Dude... you want our expert opinions on narcotics as well now?!

  • Up your arse? lets try.

    As it's your mac and I assume its for you to carry it may be more informative to know if it fits up yours. It would save you the cost of panniers.

  • As it's your mac and I assume its for you to carry it may be more informative to know if it fits up yours. It would save you the cost of panniers.

    It won't fit, I'm alraedy training (for other reasons) with a beginers butt plug.

  • Originally Posted by diable
    Does your Mac fit?

    Up your arse? lets try.

    Next Thursday at the Cranbourne, you can't miss me 6' 2" and 250lbs bring your Mac and some vaseline ;o)))

  • Originally Posted by diable
    Does your Mac fit?

    Up your arse? lets try.

    Next Thursday at the Cranbourne, you can't miss me 6' 2" and 250lbs bring your Mac and some vaseline ;o)))

    I dunno, there are loads of fat barstards at Cranbourne... :)

  • I dunno, there are loads of fat barstards at Cranbourne... :)

    You can't miss me I am the Greek one.................. ex Para look forward to seeing you.

    Man or Mouse?

  • Haha haha, oh my god, this gets better and better.

  • You can't miss me I am the Greek one.................. ex Para look forward to seeing you.

    Man or Mouse?

    A Greek AND a Para? God you must be thick.

  • I've finally decided to buy some of these now; I'll post a little review once I have used them for a couple of weeks.

    Cheers,

    Paul

  • Keep it British, carradice panniers.

  • Keep it British, carradice panniers.

    I did want to, you know!

    Yesterday I went to Bike Plus in Croydon - the only place near London I was able to get a look at them, it seems, and boy are the Super C's quite beautiful. They remind me of the PLCE Army Bergens and are undoubtedly indestructable and look quite classic.

    But they are too big for my needs, and the smaller Carradurra are simply not of the same quality. They have some straps wailing everyone, not of the same, really thick, classic material and do not even have the same attachments.

    The arkels, on the other hand, have a million useful pockets on the outside and I think make them far more appropriate for inner city use, and I got them half price for £60.

  • This week Tchibo have both long -£10 and short -£7 sleeved wicking vests ie they don't hold sweat, it dries off on the outer layer of the material,. They're very good value, the long sleeves will be great for winter.

    They also do some nifty red panniers for those inclined, I suggest they're worthy of a look if in the market for them.

    And you get a free coffee/tea for every purchase too!

  • A new thread purely because I wanted to post these:

    More here

    Disclaimer: they might be rubbish, but I've bought a few (non-cycling specific) bags from them before and they were all really good. Also they are in America.

  • Obviously when Archie's Grobags begin producing panniers they will be INFINITELY better than these.

  • Obviously when Archie's Grobags begin producing panniers they will be INFINITELY better than these.

    If they're better, they're better. If they're not, they're not. There's a difference between supporting local businesses and buying the best product. Some people will always want to get an Archies product because it helps out someone they know but some people will happily buy Knog panniers because you can get them in about 3 days.

    Personally I hate all panniers and will never be using them again. After my brief touring experience I've decided it's not something I want to do again.

  • She was joking.

  • I love the pink angel wings.

    I'm not sure about panniers, not ever having used any. I like to see my stuff, or have it on me, when I'm cycling.

  • http://carradice.co.uk/panniers/super-c-­universal-front-panniers.shtml

    More pannier talk ... anybody ever used these^? Its the Carradice Super C universal / front lowrider one. I like the idea of a small-ish rear pannier for short trips / commutes, that could one day be useful for loaded touring as front lowriders...

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