- pannier racks and discs
Can’t comment on any of the others, but I have been using a Supertourist DX every day for the past 2 years, mostly for commuting to work but also for a couple of week long road trips carrying everything needed.
So far absolutely no problems. They seem light, strong and you just fit and forget.
Hard to fit mudguard, but if you just put a bit of neoprene over the bars fitting it to the seat tube and you wont need one.
7Posted 5 years ago
tis actually a stainless steel version of that on a dayone alfine.Posted 5 years ago
I’m going on a big baltic bike tour and i really need some help.
I’m looking at pannier racks for a 26” HT-mtb,.. with 180mm disc brake rotors. Should be quite simple but i can’t afford to spend more than £50.
I’ve looked at…
What do you think of these? Have i missed anything else?
cheers,Posted 5 years ago
Recently bought a super tourist from halfords,with 20% off. Haven’t used it in anger yet,only fitted it,but it was easy to fit and seems sturdy enough.Posted 5 years ago
And I’ve just had a quick check and the 20% is still ongoing,it was supposed to finish last week,which takes it down to £25. Happy days.
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