The bag is simple, yet well designed and made from quality materials. I have found it to be immensely useful already..
Today we have a couple of new products, the Ergon GP1 Evo and the Bookman Volume Light, that we will be doing Quick Reviews on soon.
There is something about a long, big seat pack load that really doesn’t benefit handling and makes the bike feel squirrely to me in comparison to a load that is lashed tightly to the bike/racks and cannot sway or move at all.
I’ll have to reserve more comments on the brakes until I get them bedded in better and when I have had more time on them. But things look promising here.
The climb data page, (shown above) is also great because it shows you how much you have to go to reach a summit visually, which aided me in gauging my efforts better, especially when I could not see the summit ahead.
In the end, I feel that amongst the options available in handle bar padding, the Ergon BT Orthocell pads are a better solution due to not only being a vibration reduction choice, but in that the pads reduce pressure points.