cancan64 wrote:I have sealskin waterproof socks...they are very good at filling up with water..
And they make your feet stink...
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This maybe an option if you cannot mount a Salsa Anything Cage or the like on your forks. I am doubtful about their ability to hold over a day of off-track riding but they maybe okay on a road ride or three.
A bit of a review at Myriad Bike Adventures.
Aushiker wrote:Turbolite tubes ... orange and light and if the German pricing is anything to go by very very expensive.
Aushiker wrote:Came across Humangear GoToob containers
Warin wrote:Aushiker wrote:Came across Humangear GoToob containers
Anyone tried these?
Warin wrote:They suggest soaps, sunscreen, shampoo, conditioner, lotion.
RonK wrote:For bikepackers, the upcoming RatKing T-Racks offer the option to carry mini-panniers or 3-bolt cage.
Aushiker wrote:I can see the benefit of the model for carrying panniers but the model which has the cage mount on it seems overkill for carrying a couple of bottles. I cannot see why one wouldn't mount the cages directly to say the seat stays. I guess the top of the rack might be useful if you where not using a saddle bag.
RonK wrote:Quadlock's next big innovation looks like a must have.
RonK wrote:Would have been very useful here in Queensland today with democracy sausage sizzles everywhere.
But what is remarkable is that the Bunnings sausage sizzle is now a recognisable feature of contemporary Australian culture.
avolve wrote:Anyone have the Helinox Chair Zero http://www.helinox.com.au/lightweight-camping-chairs/chair-zero? Wondering on the difference in durability with the Chair one (I'd much prefer durability over weight increase).
I have a Sunset Chair, and wild like something smaller to take on multi-day offload adventures. I am shifting more to less hours on the bike and having a nice seat to relax on...
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