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8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
High qualityMay 29, 2013
This is my new around-town bag, for sure. Better than a seat bag, or any racks and panniers, for across town stuff. No shoulder strap, which I appreciate, so it doesn't look like I have a purse. No clear map viewer, which I also appreciate, since I don't go on any 'long distance' trips. Plastic insert holds its shape, and although not field tested in a storm, appears to be very water resistant, at least. If fully stuffed, it's roughly the size of a football
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Carries all my stuffJun 18, 2012
By Glenda Parks
easy to put on handlebars, not in my way, easy access to my camera and sunscreen. Love it. sturdy, heavy duty zipper works easily
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Love it!Jan 23, 2015
I really like this bag! I can fit everything it in...keys, wallet, snacks, etc. The only think that does not fit is my huge water bottle. Smaller bottles will fit perfectly though. The bag arrived in 5 days, really fast shipping! I like it because it's out of my way and it securely straps on to the front very tightly. Easy installation. I have a 29" Genesis V2900 mountain bike and it's a perfect fit for it.
8 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Wow...it looks better than I had expectedJun 27, 2013
By Russell Coble
Wow...while researching for a handlebar bag to fit my new road bike I thought this bag would be perfect...but didn't hold out much hope and figured if I didn't like it...I wouldn't be out much money and could use it on one of my other family member bikes. But when it arrived, I noticed how good it looked and how well it was constructed. Then once I attached it to my new Fuji Altamira I was astonished at how well it matched and suited the bike geometry and design. This will extend my load capacity (which I'm trying to limit since weight was the ultimate reason for purchasing a full carbon bike)...so I can't wait to try it out this weekend. My saddle bag...Avenir Bigmouth... has a fairly large capacity for a saddle bag, but I was concerned about certain items and bag being damaged by me filling it to capacity. So the extra Handlebar bag will hopefully allow me to redistribute the load and not overfill any given bag. Not to mention the handlebar bag will be nice for easy access to energy bars/snacks and my phone. I've been keeping my phone in my jersy back pouch, which is handy...but destroys the look and fit of the jersy. :-)
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
The best halebar bag for me and for the price!Jun 10, 2013
By Edward J. Peck
The Bushwhackeer Durango Handlebar Bag is a choice I do not regret in the least. I was looking for an inexpensive handlebar bag, that would look good, good build quality, that was the right size, and could carry the things I need to get to while riding, or when I'm taking a short stop, legs still over the top tube. I carry my cell phone, sunscreen, inhaler, wallet a couple of energy bars, a small point & shoot camera plus other small things I may need on a particular ride. My bigger items- bike pump, rain jacket, tools etc. go into the larger rear rack bag. I am very pleased with this bag and would not change a thing if I had to do it over again. If it were stolen, I would get the same bag again - high quality, great use of space, and most of all makes my rides that much more enjoyable.
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