To carry your groceries home.
To haul your beer to the bonfire.
So it can bulge with burritos when you leave Silverton/Buena Vista. Because you will inevitably decide to do the CTR someday...(cough, cough, ahem.....MB)
To empty all over the living room floor as you stress over whether or not to take 3 bandaids or 4 on the TD.
To mail home when you get to the South Rim.
To look really cool.
To make people wonder what the hell people haul around on bikes.
To haul the bottle, not just the flask.
To load with rocks and send your significant other uphill to the store.
To support the little guy from Rogue Panda.
Unique, simple and intelligent. I used his framebag and handlebar bag last summer. Nick is very clever and pays close attention to detail. Very small additions/adjustments set his bags apart in the bikepacking world and simplicity and affordability for those who want to haul groceries and beer.
Everyone has their own personal "what works for me" preferences. The bags I used: they worked. Well. I used another very well-known brand of seatbag that, honestly, I felt like burning at one of my bivvy spots. Capacity sucked. design made it a pain to access things quickly and it didn't compress very well. It was a gift from a dear friend, for which I am very gracious, but my next seatbag will be Rogue Panda made.
He has a great deal on framebags going. Send him a picture of your bike. It arrives in the mail and it fits perfectly.
You need a framebag.
|Custom framebag for my full suspension used on the 2014 AZT 750.|
|Handlebar bag that took a ride to Canada from Mexico this summer|
I like simple and intelligent. I like things that can withstand the abuse of a long journey or the weight of a case of beer headed to the woods. I like giving my money to the little guy.
I like Rogue Panda Designs.