Ibera Bicycle Clip-on Quick-Release Panniers

Ibera Bicycle Clip-on Quick-Release Panniers

Ibera Bicycle Clip-on Quick-Release Panniers
@ Panniers clip on securely in seconds – no straps required. Panniers can be used as a set or as a single unit. Hand-carry straps for off-road use, reflective strips for nighttime safety, durable ABS base and 1680 nylon. Built-in rain cover for all weather protection stores easily in its own hidden pocket. When used with Ibera PakRak Touring Carrier Plus+, other top-mounting PakRak bags can be mounted simultaneously (IB-BA1, IB-BA3). Compatibility: Ibera PakRak Carriers IB-RA2, IB-RA3, IB-RA4, IB-RA5, and most third-party touring carriers. Specifications (each pannier): Material: 1680D Nylon. Mount: PakRak Clip-On Quick-Release. Rain Cover: Yes. Capacity: 22 L. Dimensions: 13.8 in x 7 in x 13.8 in. Weight: 2.1 lbs. Load weight: Carries up to 19.8 lbs (9 kg).

  • Compatible with most bikes
  • Quick-release PakRak bag mounting system, install and release bag within 3 seconds
  • 3 point connection, no flyaway straps
  • Built-in rain cover in hidden compartment
  • Multiple compartments, carrying strap for off-road use, reflective trim

List Price: $ 89.99

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http://www.youtube.com/bikemanforu How to install the SunLite seatpost bicycle rack using shims. Free shipping at http://www.bikemanforu.com This utility beam rack with pannier mount is made of tubular 6061 aluminum alloy. It features a quick release retention system, accepts side panniers, and boasts a maximum capacity of 22 pounds. The rear rack clamp fits 25mm – 32mm diameter posts, which is just about any bicycle seat post. The rack also is built with a rear mount to accept a reflector or light. Being a seat post mount, the rack is a great fit for a bike with disc brakes or that doesn’t have braisons or fork eyelets. It comes with rubber shims in three thicknesses. Get free shipping when you buy http://bit.ly/12VQFcn In this product instructional video, YouTube’s how-to guru of bicycle repair begins installation by removing the seat post from his bicycle, noting that all seat posts are marked on the bottom with the diameter. Then he moves into guess-and-test mode, trying each shim inside the rack clamp for the right fit. He shows a neat little trick on inserting the shim into the rack mount and sliding it onto the post. With the selected shim installed inside the rack clamp, he slides the seat tube through the clamp and re-inserts it back into the seat tube of the bicycle, tightening the seat clamp with a three-way allen key. He then adjusts the rack into place on the seat post and finger tightens it into place. Whoo’s! He’s decided the fit is too loose. He likes the fatter shim. The seat post is removed and the rack uninstalled. The fatter shim is rolled and poised above the seat clamp on the rack. Then he takes the seat post presses down lightly, sliding slide both the post and shim inside the rack mount clamp. “I’ve got the fatter one in. We’re not going to have a problem now…If you needed to, you could beef it up with something else…I’ve used pieces of a laundry bottle, an orange juice carton.” The idea with this installation is to make the accessory fit using the installation kit and your own ingenuity. That’s the BikemanforU school way of bicycle repair. Check out BikemanforU’s Playlist of Bicycle Bags and Rear Racks http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3raINYIRHuxTzj7_ENEy0B7OrtVjcNKK Thumbs up if you like what you say. Want more DIY how-to vids? Please visit the BikemanforU channel http://www.youtube.com/bikemanforu You’ll never be the same again.

Ibera Bicycle Clipon QuickRelease Panniers

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  1. 44 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I like them more and more each time I ride., August 26, 2014
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    dp

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    Likes:
    carry handles, though I use them with a security cable to lock them to the frame
    the flat stiff back
    the many pockets
    built-in rain cover
    quick on and off feature
    adjustable 90 degree lower attachment point

    – This last one is a biggie. My pannier frame does not have a lower horizontal bar to attach to. The pannier would slide right up against my brake cantilevers and also my heel if not for this feature.

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  2. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I love the quick release. They are a bit small for actual commuting though., August 18, 2013
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    William Broadhead (Utah) –

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    I got these because of the quick release and that they perfectly fit the Ibera rack (built for disc brakes).

    I am using these for commuting on a Cannondale Trail 6. I have between 6-18 miles rt of biking (mostly on paved bike path/lanes) depending on stops I choose, combined with about 80 miles rt of UTA FastTrack train (which have bike friendly cars with room for about 21 bikes/per car).

    Pros:
    1) They fit perfectly and look great with my blacked out bike and Ibera bag frame.
    2) The quick release is awesome. It really takes 2 seconds to attach or detach the packs. Happily at work I can also bring my bike to my cubie so it is not much fuss either way.
    3) Good quality, good weight nylon, appear very water resistant (I don’t know if they are really water-proof — yet). There is an interior rain cover that appears like it will work well while keeping hidden inside the bag.

    Cons:
    1) Small. I know, everthing appears bigger on the internet! The advertised capacity at 22L and dimensions at 13.8 ” x 7″ x 13.8″ translates COMBINED to about single a standard Swiss Gear backpack. The idea was to get away from a backpack and/or laptop bag and just use these, but it is pretty tight. I have netbook so that fits, but a larger laptop is going to have real trouble, esp if you expect to put a padded case around it first. So it works: Lunch, lock+cable, odds and ends in one pack; Organizer, netbook (loose, the risks I take!), and nb accessories in the outside pockets of the other.

    I have an mwave under seat saddle bag for tools and extra tube so those don’t take any room in the bags.

    Overall, I think this works well. I just can’t throw any extras in any more. So just realize these are not going to give you the same amount of space as some other panniers or a regular back pack/courrier sack/lap top bag. I guess I could always ALSO take my backpack….

    I may look at the regular pannier packs as an option if I find I consistently need more space.

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  3. Hey bikeman ever notice how Bicycle acessories are always named after horseback riding accesories? saddle, panier, etc. Always wondered who started that.

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  4. I love this style rack. However, problem is no matter what you do with the installation, the rack won't tighten enough and will still move from side to side. Only solution? Get it professionally welded. Problem solved. Again this is a great style rack.

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  5. dear Bikeman please tell me what can i do with my full suspension mountain bike how can i install a rear rack on it please help me thanks 

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  6. thanks for the vid, i had this rack and it was pretty functional. just wanted to mention you inserted the QR lever on the wrong side and when you 'closed' the lever to tighten you were actually opening it 🙂 at the beginning of the vid the lever was installed on the left not the right, the same side as the instruction leaflet.

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  7. Got my T-shirt yesterday! great guy and cool shirt! one less car is good for everyone. Less oil used, less congestion on the highway, more exercise, and save money. Thats a win win win win!

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  8. Hey Bikeman I have been watching your videos for a few days and loving them. I was thinking about adding a rack to my bike but putting a milk crate on it for store runs and ect. I was wondering can a milk crate fit on the post rack and not hit the seat or would you recommend a different rack that is longer/wider.

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