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Delta Top Trunk Bicycle Bag
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- Not Expanded: 12" x 5" x 7" | Volume 6.8 liters (420 cu. inches)
- Expanded: 12" x 5" x 8.5" | Volume 7.5 liters (458 cu inches)
- Internal zip pocket, size 13 x 5 x 7", volume 7.5 liters (458 cubic inches)
- Easily attachable trunk bag
- Weight: 417 grams
- Bike bag attaches securely to bike rack; includes removable shoulder strap
- Measures 13 by 5 by 7 inches; 7.5-liter volume
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Bags constructed from 600D woven polyester with expertly sewn stitching and ScotchliteTM reflective tape. Expandable main compartment. Secure Velcro fastening. Internal zip pocket.
Whether taking a short trek or just commuting to work, keep your gear dry and safely stowed with the compact Delta Top Trunk bicycle bag, which attaches securely to your bike rack and can be easily carried with a removable shoulder strap. It's made of heavy-duty 600 D woven polyester and offers premium quality buckles and straps and rugged hardware. It features an expandable main compartment, internal zipper pocket, and secure velcro fastening to the bike rack. It measures 13 by 5 by 7 inches and has a 7.5-liter volume.
About Delta Cycle
For more than 20 years, Delta Cycle has created useful cycling products with a mission to make an innovative difference. The company works hard to make their products better and deliver superior value. Delta Cycle offers only a small, concentrated product line that represents the best there is in each category.
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Pros: Lower profile(but not low) makes it easy to get on and off bike, so i don't have to raise my leg higher than the seat.
Rigid Plastic side panels under fabric, so it does not fall over.
Has two pockets inside bag one is zippered and one is elastic, great for those little tools if you become stranded.
One zippered small pocket on the rear, with reflective strip on top and tiny delta logo.
Expandable top , really helped when i stopped at a garage sale of the bike path, and bought a very large sea shell, it was able to fit inside with my cable lock, sunflower seeds, and 16.9 oz water bottle.
Fit on my 5" wide rack like it was made for it, Mighty Full Alloy Pannier Rack that i bought on amazon at the same time i bought this bag.
The cloth material seems strong, and durable. Zippers all work smoothly.
Cons: Velcro might wear out if you take it on and off the bike a lot, but i plan to rarely remove the trunk bag.
The review from the person who said his lasted 7 yrs then bought anther one. Made me pull the trigger. Its a plain but good looking bag, understated.
Size fits my Blackburn rack perfectly. Without even needing to open the gusset, it holds a roll of tools, a folded up towel and a sweatshirt. While I may rarely need to open the gusset, it's great to have it there. BTW, indeed the zippers for the top and the gusset arrived all at the back of the pack, I simply slipped the gusset's zippers around to the front side where they can't interfere withy opening the top lid.
There are 6 attachment points, 2 on each side and 2 at the front to secure it from sliding back. Unfortunately, the 2 front attachment points seem designed ONLY for the Delta rack, they can not be used to secure it to my rather standard Blackburn rack. The 4 side attachments work fine, BUT the velcro attachment parts sewn onto the bag are very small. They are less than an inch long, while the strap part extends for about an additional inch and a half and connects to nothing, flapping in the wind. Looking at both my rack and the Delta rack, the same situation would play out. While they SEEM secure, seeing 65% of what COULD attach flap in the breeze is a bit disconcerting. I will be getting some velcro material and sewing on additional material so the whole length of the strap can be attached.
There is a somewhat thin strip of reflective material on the rear pocket... it would be better for it to be double it's current width. Also, there's no reflective material on the sides at all... again, having some there would be a very good design advance, and something I would mod the bag with.
At it's price point, it's a very good value.