GEARTESTING [EDC] Tactical Bicycle bags

Sandspoor

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One thing we concern about, which I believed the most important part is how to fix the helmet bag on the handler and keep it stable, would you pls share this to us?
If you consider the bike’s design, you see you have a “T” between handle and frame. This allows for a stable 3-point attachment. Two wide velcro straps to go left/ right and one “longer” strap at the bottom middle. You can decide to either attach this bottom strap to the fork or the frame just above the fork. Give the option to adjust the hight of this strap on the bag and you are set.
 
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While that seems overly engineered, I have an idea. If you take a high density foam and pair it with a pressure clip you could secure any bag with MOLLE to almost any surface of the bike. It would take a bit of trial and error but here is what I came up with. View attachment 4849 View attachment 4848
Great thinking, to counter the clip scratching the paint, just make your foampad a wrap-around pad. Most frames are round so just include a par that the user can cut to size to wrap around the frame. Something like the cras-pads the old BMX bikes had?
 
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Great thinking, to counter the clip scratching the paint, just make your foampad a wrap-around pad. Most frames are round so just include a par that the user can cut to size to wrap around the frame. Something like the cras-pads the old BMX bikes had?
I like the foam but keeping it put is difficult unless it’s really wrenched down. It did work for the frame bag on my steel road bike, my aluminum bikes have angular tubing that allows a bag to rest on it where the steel tubing is half the size and circular.