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How to Choose a Bike Travel crate

You have various choices of bike travel bags that you can choose according to your needs. Have a look below at different types of bike travel bags;

Baskets

In fair weather conditions, baskets or bike crates are good to carry lightweight gear. You can attach the baskets on the front or/and back of the bike. The rear basket can carry large or tall gear as they don’t have a lid. Front baskets are designed to hang over the handlebars with metal stays. Specialized, Brooks England, Thule, XLC, and Topeak are the best manufacturers of bike crates.

Panniers

Panniers are designed to carry everyday essentials such as clothes, camping gear, and food for long distance trips.

Saddle Packs

Saddle packs are designed to carry small gear such as a spare tube, patch kit, tire levers, and a multi tool box. This bag can be easily fit inside your bicycle seat to carry extra items.

Rack Trunks

Rack trunks are also one of the best choices for carrying extra items like jackets, rain covers, and food. They are usually smaller than a pannier but larger than a seat bag. Some trucks have plastic sheets inside the base area to provide a stable shape of the bag. They have a pocket system that helps you organize the item in a better way.

Frame Bags

Frame bags are ideal for storing items that you want within easy reaches such as phones, tools, and snacks. They are usually attached to the top tube of your bicycle.


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