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    • Carl
    • March 22, 2017
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    Essential part of a citibike. Nice and sturdy and carries a load. My big feet do bump the panniers when they are not in folded mode, if I keep my toes on the pedals, but this problem is easily remedied by moving my feet slightly forward on the pedals while carrying a load. This slight inconvenience is vastly outweighed by the convenience of carrying two full grocery bags (not counting what you can put on the rack itself). The fact that the fold flat while mounted gives the added convenience of leaving them on the bike all…

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    • Lewis Balentine
    • March 22, 2017
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    An excellent start … First of all let us get this out of the way: "How big are they." My first picture should show one of them with six (6) each two (2) liter beverage bottles. That is big and that also weighs right at 30 pounds. That bag in the picture is mounted to my Travoy trailer. A more reasonable approach for rack-mounted bags is to lay two bottles side by side in the bottom of each bag (also alleviates some of the bowing problems). One will have lots of room left on top for other things…

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    • babasaurus
    • March 22, 2017
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    fits on our bike rack. well made and sturdy. by mistake I underestimated the weight of cases of bottled water and bought 2 cases at the store. (24 bottles 16.9 ounces). I put one case in each side. the rack and bags held up on my ride home. I definitely would NOT recommend doing this, because of the bulk and weight, and I definitely would NOT do it again. but I only mention it because the bags and bike rack were actually sturdy enough to handle this load. when I got home out of curiosity I weighed the 2 cases of water and it totaled about…

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