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    Re: Got a backpack...

    Here's the link for it

    Paid about $60 OTD and lemme just say that this thing rocks!! More compartments then I'll know what to do with

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    Looks nice! It'll match your bike nicely.


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    Yes, now I just need my bike back Only two more days <sigh>

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    Re: Got a backpack...

    Where is your bike? First service? What did I miss?

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    Heavy-Dee : Where is your bike? *First service? *What did I miss?
    First service. I get it back Thursday night. Of course the weather has been nearly perfect every day, other then Sunday

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    Re: Got a backpack...

    Those guys are literally about ten miles up the street from me. I've seen their stuff before, that pack looks pretty neat. Maybe I should walk in their huge warehouse building and see if they've got any factory seconds for sale.

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    A nice backpack is always welcome.

    I bought a MSR one when I worked at the shop a few years back, man was it worth the $$.
    Support, support and more support, as well as great constr., pockets, and weatherproof.
    It even has a pocket for 100oz. Camelback bladder!

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    Re: Got a backpack...

    i don't mean to be a nanny, but i was reading a while back that wearing a backpack on a bike is risky- if you come off, the backpack can catch on roadside protrusions and send you tumbling down the road instead of sliding.

    i usually wear one myself on long rides, but am starting to look at other options now...

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