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    88mike
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    Seatpost rack recommendation.

    Looking for recommendations regarding the best seatpost mounted rear rack.

    Maybe more important, which ones suk. I know I can find a more permanent rack that will fit but I want to change it between bikes when I commute and I only am concerned about carrying a pair of shoes and clothes for the day.

    Thanks.

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    Go with the Topeak brand. They have a some pretty cool setups and bags that attach to them.

    Probably a bit more pricey than others but IMO, well worth it.

    http://www.topeak.com/products/Racks
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    [QUOTE=hogleg62]Looking for recommendations regarding the best seatpost mounted rear rack.

    Maybe more important, which ones suk. I know I can find a more permanent rack that will fit but I want to change it between bikes when I commute and I only am concerned about carrying a pair of shoes and clothes for the day.
    /QUOTE]

    The best seatpost rack for your requirements is no seatpost rack. Just use a back pack instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBallKY
    Go with the Topeak brand. They have a some pretty cool setups and bags that attach to them.

    Probably a bit more pricey than others but IMO, well worth it.

    http://www.topeak.com/products/Racks
    That's what I use and have the smaller pack the goes into the rack... take it off the bike and carry it with me when eating in a restaurant or shopping...my wife calls it me "Man Purse"....

    I am looking into some larger bags for the rack, but the rack is very nice....very well built and easy to install or remove.
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    I got the topeak and it is great; I don't like the backpack feel.

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