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    Ibera frame bags - super cheap and great fit




    Medium Inbred. Size large bag.

    Just got mine today. 12.99 shipped from amazon.




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    Got the medium back in the fall & been very pleased!

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    Since this thread was resurrected...here is a pic of the large on my Minnesota 2.0. I didn't like how the bottom had no straps, so I cut a metal ruler, drilled holes to fit the water bottle holder holes and bolted it to the bottom of the frame. Anytime I am on my bike, I wear a Camelback.



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    Is anyone with the MEDIUM Ibera frame bag able to fit the Lezyne micro floor drive HV pump inside it? According to both websites it should fit....barely, but I was hoping to hear from someone who uses both products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hicksjerry View Post
    Is anyone with the MEDIUM Ibera frame bag able to fit the Lezyne micro floor drive HV pump inside it? According to both websites it should fit....barely, but I was hoping to hear from someone who uses both products.
    Mine fits fine.
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    looks great.I'm going to get one for my bike

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    Why put the pump inside the bag when it can fit right along the side of the bag?



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    Resurrecting an old thread but for those who still use this bag, I added some MSR zipper pulls to mine on the two outside zippers and it makes it much easier to use with gloves on in the winter months.

    Amazon.com : MSR Universal Zipper Pulls : Camping And Hiking Equipment : Sports & Outdoors
    These are the pulls I got, I have them on my Ibera trunk bag also (I have a lot of ibera stuff). They're reflective which is also a nice touch.
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    just got mine a few days ago. The small fits great in the small ICT and med. Mayor.
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    I still have mine from when I started this thread! Best 20 bucks I ever spent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GalenCopes View Post
    Since this thread was resurrected...here is a pic of the large on my Minnesota 2.0. I didn't like how the bottom had no straps, so I cut a metal ruler, drilled holes to fit the water bottle holder holes and bolted it to the bottom of the frame. Anytime I am on my bike, I wear a Camelback.



    Galen
    I just did the same thing but used a plastic ruler and cut the strap off the back of the bag. If 3 straps and 3 bolts don't hold it place I give up!

    Holds all of this plus a strap I use for the back wheel on the car rack and a cable lock with room for a few more small items.

    All packed up and ready to roll.

    Fits perfectly. Can't beat it for $14.

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