- Like an Alpkit Koala, but available to buy …
Did a quick Google for “KTM seat pack” (gets my vote, just be wary of the stitching in places) and this popped up!
Plenty of ideas in there.Posted 1 year agoscotroutesSubscriber
Revelate ViscachaPosted 1 year agoJohnClimberSubscriber
In my experience the way the Wildcat Tiger fixes to your seat post and saddle rails if far better than any that just wrap around and tighten.
This means no swing and no slipping while over rough stuff.
There’s a review here although the guy demoing it hasn’t fixed it to the saddle rails properly the rest of the review is spot onPosted 1 year ago
If you double over the saddle rail loops it locks it solid in placejohnnystormSubscriber
New Koala looks to be a better bet than the old one, as mentioned above, it’s wagglier than an excited puppy. Revelate Viscacha is loads better but also quite a bit bigger. The Pika is the smaller version iirc. Backcountry Biking in Scotland amongst others stock them.Posted 1 year agowhitestoneMember
Wildcat Tiger with Alpkit tapered bag here as well. As JohnClimber says, the Wildcat mount is superior to any other I’ve seen – a bit fiddly fitting the first couple of times but no hardship thereafter. (I’d seen the bikepackers review before and thought that he’d fixed it incorrectly, obviously needs to RTFM!)
I’ve no personal experience of Apidura but those who have their kit like it so I suspect we are in to minor gains and differences between the brands.Posted 1 year ago
So, fiited Apidura (smallest) saddle bag, and just done a few miles to see how it felt, loaded with typical commuting kit (lunch and clothes). Moves around a little, but nothing to worry about. Also can feel it a little with the back of my hamstrings, but again nothing to impeed cycling. First commute with it tomorrow …
NickPosted 1 year ago
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