Bicycle Commuting: Trunk bag

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    This is a Topeak MTX DXP trunk bag. If you use their racks, the whole thing slides and clicks into place. There are velcro strips on the bag you can use to secure it to racks from other companies. The side pockets contain pull-out panniers. Quite a roomy trunk bag, this is.

    When you remove it, you can use the included strap to carry it, and it feels like a camera bag.

    1. Britannic Chaplain 106 months ago | reply

      Great looking rack & bag. I have been in quite a dilemma for the past three years on purchasing a bicycle rack. I don't want to just purchase any rack, mainly because if I have it shipped and it doesn't work, I'll have to spend more money to return it. So, the careful process of determining which rack will fit well enough & still hold my travel bag, without getting in the way of my saddle, as well as supporting the belongings I carry.

      Would you recommend this bicycle rack by Topeak? It appears to look strong enough. Thanks for your assistance.

    2. mr brown 106 months ago | reply

      I recommend you get one of the other Topeak racks like the Tourist. Seatpost racks like this one tend to swing around a bit. The trunk bag DXP will fit their other full racks too.

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