Articles in the Packs Category
There has been no lack of our love of Fizik products on RC, but this time Bicyling Magazine has some good things to say about Fizik’s new Pak saddle bag. Similar to Topeak, Fizik has a proprietary bag attachment system and accessories that work with other Fizik products. This bag is no different. They currently only have a rear under saddle light, but you can count on more products in the future. The benefit of Fizik creating their own accessories is that they can build them around their already impressive …
Cycling Gear, Newbie Tips, Packs, Pedals, Shoes »
In part one of “You’ve just bought a bike, now what?”, I covered the essential items you’ll need after purchasing your (likely first) bike, including the helmet, spare tubes, patch kit, tools, and pump/CO2. Of course, these items aren’t nearly the only things you’ll need to prepare you for the road.
Part 2 will cover the seat wedge, pedals, shoes, and cleats.
Cycling Gear, Packs »
There are a lot of considerations to make when purchasing the perfect wedge pack. It must have taken me hours of research to finally decide on the Topeak Aero Wedge. Once I decided on that particular bag, I had to choose the size, and whether to go with straps or quick clicks (pictured below). This review will focus on the medium Aero Wedge without the quick click and why it was the version I ended up purchasing.
Cycling Gear, Packs, Tools »
This is one of those things that make you say, “why didn’t anyone think of this before.” The Topeak Survival Tool Wedge Pack is the perfect saddle pack. The only thing I have room for in my Trek wedge saddle pack is some tools, tube and CO2. The beauty of Topeaks solution is that it comes with all the tools you will need, all packed in a custom foam mold inside the wedge. It also has a rather big regular storage compartment for your tube, air, …