Anyone use a topeak tribag on their mtb?

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  • Premier Icon ir_bandito
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    I use a generic ebay tribag, and never have a problem.

    gazc
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    i used one then gave it to the mrs when i got a revelate bag. the revelate one stays in position better but the topeak one is fine as it is and not yet fallen off!

    Premier Icon pembo6
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    Yeah, I’ve got the Topeak one. Works great. I just wish I bought the waterproof cover.

    Stays in place really well.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    I’ve used the Toppeak one on a few rides with no issues. You can get eight Asda mini pork pies inside it, if you line them up properly.

    wombat
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    You can get eight Asda mini pork pies inside it, if you line them up properly.

    This is the sort of information that every review should provide.

    Real-life useability summed up in a single sentence 8)

    mylofitz
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    Just ordered one and now wonder whether it’ll stay put when on the trails. Can’t put a saddlebag on my saddle due to the reverb so thought this would be fine for a spare tube, levers and multitool. Anyone use them ?

    ElShalimo
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    How many mini samosas? Any room left for the raita?

    Ro5ey
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    Brilliant

    Next question

    How far can 8 asda mini pork pies get you? 20/40/60 miles XC ? And does that equate to 40/80/100 mile on road

    But maybe more importantly … where does the Branston go ?

    Premier Icon ir_bandito
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    On last weekends 200km road ride, I stopped at Tebay services.
    1 Westmorland sausage roll kept me going for about 60km, till I needed more food.

    (note – westmorland sausage rolls are a long way above asda porkpies in the snack pecking order)

    ste_t
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    Surely you would have to take 5 pork pies and a pot of mustard/pickle? The extra space would be used for a Cumberland Scotch egg.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    How far can 8 asda mini pork pies get you? 20/40/60 miles XC ? And does that equate to 40/80/100 mile on road

    I only ate seven, and supplemented with some cherries that were reduced in the Co-op in Barnard Castle, but about 95 miles as a mix of on- and off-road.

    Coffee at home.
    Just water for the first hour.
    One pork pie per hour after that, with 50:50 water apple juice as a drink.

    🙂

    ianfitz
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    yrs in fact i sometimes use two! They occasionally lean a bit but have been solid

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