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    Bihn Bags on Bicycles

    Hi, I know we've had a few Brompton threads and such but I wanted to start a place to post about the bag and bike combos that are particularly good.

    I also wondered if anyone has ever modded a TB bag to have a KlickFix adaptor or similar?

    I'm test riding a Tern GSD mid-tail cargo bike this week, they look like the picture below and can carry 2 kids on the back with a nice Bosch electric assist and two batteries, plus have lots of cargo space and are no longer than an ordinary bike and will go in regular racks. I've put a fully loaded A45 in one of the panniers to ride to/from the train station, that was pretty cool!

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    Just my opinion, after decades of commuting on a bicycle, but I do not put my lovely Bihn bags on the outside of my bike. I always place them inside my heavy duty, waterproof commuting-grade panniers.

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    Long-time lurker, first time poster. Bikes are totally my jam!

    @ejvc: we’ve had a Tern Vektron for almost two years now and the Small Ziptop Shop Bag fits perfectly into a basket in the front. I use it for carrying daycare stuff mostly, and it’s just the right size and weight — love it so much! An additional bonus is that it’s water resistant so I don’t have to worry too much about stuff getting wet if we get caught in a downpour. The GSD is going to be our next purchase exactly because we now have 2 kids to transport.

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    Welcome to the Forums, @ksuyin! I'm sorry your post was invisible for a while, I think it must have gotten caught in the Forums' filter. That sometimes happens with people's first posts.

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