Here's my advice; get either of those which you can get since you do work for SJS!:
If you have enough room under the stem, then you can mount that there, and not only it bring the bag closer but also lower mean the top of the bag line up nicely with the handlebar like those randonneur bag.
Well fitted framebag for @platypus
cant believe you posted something rom prolly/NAHBS
cant believe it has taken this long for someone to post that bike
NAHBS is still a wooden-biked, bearded horror show, and Prolly a one trick pony, but I like Rob English ( though not necessarily his customers' taste ), and was keeping an eye on what Isen were up to :-)
Can’t wait for the Carradice x Brooks x RSF instacollab at NAHBS next year
Fully loaded Raleigh Lenton
Nice, that seems like a good job. I'm looking forward to seeing the full update. My least favourite thing about the mount was how hard it was to remove from the bars - those screws didn't seem like they were going to like being removed/attached regularly
I actually ended up removing the wire frame from my bag and just using it as a wald basket bag.
I wonder if you could print something strong enough and use a threaded insert in order to move to hex-bolts? Most of the load is still borne by the cable looped under the stem isn't it?
W E L L F I T T E D boi
Has anyone fondled/used the new Altuta Vortex 2 seatpack and handlebar bag? Not sure what changes are over the previous iteration.
Price point seems good for waterproof kit but would like to know what the fixings/stability is like in use
For once the new Rapha pack looks like good value for money compared to the pricing of the Ortlieb and Specialised frame packs.
rrp is £85-90 for the medium or large compared to over £90 for the Specialised and around £80-100 for the Ortlieb.
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