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Topeak Backloader Seat Post Mount Bag

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Description

Load up and go ride! The Backloader is designed for those of you who want the extra space for long adventures. With a max load of 5 kg, the Backloader utilises straps specifically engineered for heavier loads. Includes a waterproof inner bag to ensure your gear will always stay dry!

Fitting easily and neatly onto the seat post and saddle rails, the waterproof inner bag will enable you to keep the contents completely dry and its built in air release button allows you to draw air out of the bag to ensure it is always as compact as can be.

Who's this item for: This bag is perfect for tourers or gravel riders that are keen on adventure and that want some extra storage to carry lightweight and bulky items. If you have a full suspension rig or small sized frame, this could likely not be used.

Things you can carry: Perfect for light and bulky items like sleeping bags, camping gear and spare clothing. Safety light clip.  

Mounting locations: This bag mounts neatly onto your seat post and seat post rails. It is secured via hook and loop straps. This is not a dropper compatible bag

Material: Durable polyethene and nylon construction. Water repellent and stain resistant outer shell with a waterproof inner bag

Max Load: 5kg

Dimensions: 

  • 6L - 50 (max) x 16 x 15 cm.
  • 10L - 60 (max) x 20 x 18 cm.
  • 15L - 67 (max) x 28 x 18 cm.

Weight:

  • 6L - 445g
  • 10L - 480g
  • 15L - 565g

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Well made Bag

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I used this for an over-nite tour in the country. The bag has great volume and you can get heaps in. Max weight 5kg so I tried to keep about 3.5kg max on my carbon post. Use electrical tape on post before mounting as bag does swing and easy to knock when mounting. Once sorted how to mount on the saddle rails it operates neat and don't even notice any weight at all. On dry dusty roads the back collected a lot of dust. and was very dirty once the tour finished. I pre coated before use with a fabric protection spray from super cheap. I just washed the bag in some soapy water and dried it in the shade and it came back like new.

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Well made Bag

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I used this for an over-nite tour in the country. The bag has great volume and you can get heaps in. Max weight 5kg so I tried to keep about 3.5kg max on my carbon post. Use electrical tape on post before mounting as bag does swing and easy to knock when mounting. Once sorted how to mount on the saddle rails it operates neat and don't even notice any weight at all. On dry dusty roads the back collected a lot of dust. and was very dirty once the tour finished. I pre coated before use with a fabric protection spray from super cheap. I just washed the bag in some soapy water and dried it in the shade and it came back like new.

Specifications

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Topeak Backloader Seat Post Mount BagTPKBCKLDR
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15L4712511839265

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