thanks for all the feedback. i ended up getting the bag and it is great! its so convinient to be able to slide right into the rack and clip in. i also like that it is easily transportable as a small bag. i'm am totally satisfied!
current weight: 189.0
Fitness Minutes: (9,613) Posts: 170 8/9/08 1:41 P
I have used the Topeak RX trunk bags . . the DXP's Yes . . . well worth the money! Down-side . . they add some weight to the ride, but if you are using them as I did, we were in the mountains for a few days through the Front Range and Poudre Canyon, Colorado. We would buddy-up and switch riders when it got too heavy!
"The principle is competing against yourself. It's about self-improvement, about being better than you were the day before . . So you must respect your 'opponent' as a worthy adervsary!" Happy-Destiny
current weight: 194.0
Fitness Minutes: (168,229) Posts: 21,122 8/8/08 2:27 P
Hi Dreppe08, I haven't used one, but they look really nice. I have a Blackburn rack that I'm happy with, and didn't want to change it. If I were in your situation, I would have bought it. Maybe you could use it as a reward for making your goals?
Has anyone used the topeak mtx trunk bags? I have a topeak rack on my bike, so it seems logical to get one of the topeak bags that can slide in, but since they are obviously a bit more expensive then the generic kind, I was wondering if anyone had any experience with them... How do you like it and is it worth the extra money?
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