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How to Attach Saddlebags to a Bike:
Bicycle saddlebags are small, often wedge-shaped bags designed to fit under the seat. The bags hold small items such as spare inner tubes, CO2 cartridge pumps, energy bars or bicycle-tool kits. Many companies produce these bags, but the bags all are attached to the bike in similar fashion.
- Position the saddlebag so the wedge angle is facing the seat stem tube. Open any hook-and-loop material fasteners at the front of the wedge, or unclip any plastic quick-clips. Undo the hook-and-loop straps on the top of the saddlebag and place them so they hang off the side of the bag
- Push the saddlebag under the seat and wrap the front wedge straps around the seat stem. Marry any plastic quick-clips together or attach the hook-and-loop material straps together so the bag hugs the seat stem
- Thread the upper saddlebag hook-and-loop straps through the seat bars under the seat. Most bicycle seats have one of two metal bars underneath. Thread the two saddlebag straps through these bars and attach the hook-and-loop material together, securing the saddlebag to the underside of the seat
How to Choose Bike Bags & Racks:
There are several cycling situations that warrant the use of bike racks and bags. If you commute to work, school or other destinations, some form of on-bike storage is often a must. Touring--traversing long distances by bicycle over multiple days--requires a relatively large carrying capacity. The type of riding you do as well as the style of bike you have helps dictate your selection of racks and bags.
- Consider your needs. Most commuters and casual cyclists require little more than a rear rack. Rear racks sit above your bike's back wheel. The best ones screw into pre-drilled holes on the portion of the frame that extends from the seat post down to the rear wheel. It's known as the seat stays. John Schubert of the Adventure Cycling Association advises against using rear racks that mount to your bike's seatpost. They wobble annoyingly and can carry just a few pounds
- Determine if you need panniers. Panniers are bags that typically come in pairs, notes the late Sheldon Brown. Panniers hang over a rear rack--attaching to the top of it with hooks--alongside your wheels. Rear racks can only handle so much weight, such as a couple of books, a briefcase or a relatively thin messenger bag. You can store overflow items, including clothing, a well-protected laptop or other items in panniers
- Use a storage solution for the front of your bike in certain scenarios. As Schubert points out, if you are touring or doing another form of riding while carrying more than 15 pounds on the rear of your bike, an additional set of panniers for the front of your bike is a must. You need to distribute weight between the front and back of your bike evenly or it will be difficult to handle. Front panniers, loaded with some gear, usually do the trick
- Select a front basket or rack by itself if you own a beach cruiser or a bike that you will use to run small errands. For example, a front basket is ideal for carrying a light bag or two of groceries. Too much weight in the front, however, is just as bad as an uneven load in the back. It can make your bike swerve somewhat unpredictably
- Assess features. Racks tend to be straightforward. Panniers, however, come with various pocket and zipper configurations. Some are waterproof, some are not. The best front baskets are removable so you can take them on and off of your bike when you go into a store, for instance
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