Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag

Topeak's TourGuide Handlebar Bag is perfect for day trips, commuting and any other utilitarian purpose you can cook up. It features a divided main compartment, a front zip pocket, 2 side zip pockets and a clear map pocket on the top. The pa ...(Read More)

Topeak TourGuide Handlebar Bag
$79.95
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Topeak's TourGuide Handlebar Bag is perfect for day trips, commuting and any other utilitarian purpose you can cook up. It features a divided main compartment, a front zip pocket, 2 side zip pockets and a clear map pocket on the top. The padded shoulder strap makes it easy to carry this sweet bag, and Topeak's mounts make it a snap to attach the bag to your bars. Plus, the TourGuide comes equipped with a reflective stripe as well as a full rain cover for when things are less than ideal.

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Pros

  • High quality bag 
  • Lots of storage 

Cons

  • Lousy mounting system 

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from Swartz Creek, MI

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Mounting system is bizarre. There's a wire that runs under the handlebar stem to keep the bag from drooping. The wire broke when I tried to install the bag.

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Great Bag // Terrible Mount

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from Fairfax Station, VA

About Me Regular Rider

Pros

  • Lots of Storage
  • High Quality Bag

Cons

  • Lousy Mounting System

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This is a great bag -- lots of room, well made, good design -- but the bag mount is awful. The bag droops, making the map pocket useless and making the bag hard to open when riding. I paid extra to have The Bike Lane mount the bag, and the results were the same. I called Topeak and they said I am "overloading" the bag. Well, it droops when nearly empty. An oversize bag that won't handle a load is a waste of money. That is too bad, because the bag itself is sweet.

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