Oberon
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    26 July 2009
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Oberon's Reviews
 
 Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag
Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag
Affordably priced, medium sized handlebar bag with positive locking, quick release 2-piece handlebar bracket and a mounting device for a cycle computer.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
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A great addition to my bike
Posted18 October 2010
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5 / 5
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fromSurrey, England
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 45-54
Interest : Cross Country MTB
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
" I bought this bag to add a little carrying capacity on my bike while giving me easy access to phones, wallets etc. Easily fitted to the bike, although with the american style bigger circumference handlebars it was a bit snug, but fitted none the less. The mount seems sturdy and the easy clip on fitting is perfect. With seemingly endless pockets for personal items along with a fairly sizeable central stowage compartment it takes a surprising amount of odds and ends. The waterproof cover may be better designed by permanently fitting into the lining at the bottom of the bag with a velcro opening giving access (as in certain Lowepro camera bags for instance) but that is a minor point. My only criticism is that the carrying handle interferes with the map case and this could be overcome by mounting the handle on the sides with a swivel action allowing it to move to the rear or front thus allowing easy map reading. Overall a great buy and a second one will soon be added to my wife's cycle too. "
Pros: Durable, Attractive, High Quality, Lightweight, Versatile, Good Fit
Cons: carrying handle impedes map case
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 Earnley Padded Under Shorts
Earnley Padded Under Shorts
The Earnley range - quality kit at unbeatable prices
 
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5 / 5
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The best yet
Posted26 July 2009
fromSurrey, England
Age : 45-54
Interest : Commuter
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
" I have always suffered from soreness when riding and lycra shorts, while alleviating some of the shock, cause increased perspiration and discomfort in chafing prone areas. The dhb Earnley padded undershorts have proven to alleviate all of the problems for me personally. The soft, mixed fibre content minimises perspiration while remaining soft and elastic for hard working cyclists. The wide waistband and soft, elasticated legs make for a great fit with maximum confort. The padding is thicker than many I have tried in the past without making me feel as though I have a sofa cushion attached to my nether regions! I would not think of going cycling without these superb shorts which are excellent value for money and, for me, a vital component of my cycling apparel. Now, where was that wish list? Must get some more! "
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Fit, Great Value, High Quality, Lightweight
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 Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag
Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag
Affordably priced, medium sized handlebar bag with positive locking, quick release 2-piece handlebar bracket and a mounting device for a cycle computer.
 

can you tell me if the Topeak Tourguide handlebar bag bracket will fit oversize handlebars? Thanks

My bike is a GT Zum with oversize American style handlebars and it fitted them - just.
9 years, 7 months ago
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Oberon
Surrey, England
 
 Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag
Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag
Affordably priced, medium sized handlebar bag with positive locking, quick release 2-piece handlebar bracket and a mounting device for a cycle computer.
 

Is the bracket included or I need to purchase it separatedly?

The bag comes with all the items needed to fit it to the bike, including the bracket and various spacers for narrower handlebars
9 years, 7 months ago
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Oberon
Surrey, England