Ibera Bike Panniers

Ibera Bike Panniers

Ibera Bike Panniers
@ Ibera Panniers/Messenger Bag Combo is perfect for commuting to work or school and for everyday off-bike use.  The panniers double as a messenger bag that can be simply and quickly detached with a hook and strap (shoulder strap is included for off-road use). The angled pocket design ensures that cyclists have ample pedaling space. Each pannier has a rigid back panel that maintains bag structure for easy access to contents on and off the bike. Bag interiors are equipped with document holders to keep items organized and easy to access. Multiple compartments on the exterior hold additional items. Made of durable 1680 nylon, the panniers have a hand-carry strap and reflective strips for nighttime safety. Compatibility: Ibera PakRak Carriers IB-RA2, IB-RA3, IB-RA4, IB-RA5, IB-RA15 and most third-party touring carriers. Specifications Material: 1680D Nylon
Mount: Hook and strap
Capacity: 30 L
Dimensions: 12.2 x 11″ x 3.9″ (each pannier)
Weight: 2.2 lbs.

  • Detach one pannier and use as a shoulder bag
  • Hook and strap attachment
  • Multi-compartments
  • Elastic document holders
  • Panniers can be used in pairs or by themselves

List Price: $ 60.00

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  1. 77 of 79 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    IBERA Bike Panniers, April 16, 2013
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    Eli

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    Overall, these are well constructed bags and they attach and sit on the rack nicely. I really like how one is removable and you can attach a shoulder strap to take along with you. There are a number of reviews saying they are too small. It would be nice if the actual dimensions were listed in the description, so here they are (12″ wide x 5″ deep x 11″ tall for each bag). These are the unstretched dimensions, and they do stretch quite a bit giving an additional 2″ or so to any dimension. I like the size of them, not too big, but they still fit alot of stuff.

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  2. 38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Serviceable, but flimsy., September 26, 2013
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    Background, I commute 10 miles (more or less, depending on route) to work 6 days a week via bike trails and road. Trails are crushed limestone or paved, and very even. I haven’t yet had a rainy day.

    Pros:
    I recieved this product in a timely fashion and free from damage.

    Installation is easy, the hooks on one side of one of the bags fit over the rail of your rack, the straps on the back of both bags wrap around the support of your rack. Very firm, no slack for me. These bags are roomy, easily fitting my grocery needs for ~1 week, including a quart of milk, some meat, veggies, a 2-liter, and eggs.

    It sits far enough back on my rack not to hit my feet during pedaling.

    The price is cheap.

    Cons:
    2 days after installing these securely, I hit a bump entering a sidewalk, and the resultant shift caused the corner of one of the panniers to get caught in the spokes of my back tire. Turns out, the semi-rigid plastic backing of the panniers isn’t rigid enough and easily flexes on bumps. This isn’t quite as noticeable if your panniers are full with something wide enough not to allow it to bend (my small laptop, for instance.) I would recommend something rigid added to the backing of the inside of both panniers to solve this problem.

    15 days after installing, I had the same corner (now even more flexible and flimsy) caught in my spokes every other day or so. I had the opposite side tear out a small hole in the bottom rounded corner. I have no idea how that tear happened, it was never in my spokes, it never had any considerable amount of weight in it (I had my lock, spare tube, cargo net, and hoodie in that side.) That hole has since grown to the size of my fist, the best I can tell it was poorly stitched too close to the edge of the fabric and tore out. I can no longer store small things in that side. Unfortunately, storing small things in the other side makes it easier to flex; instead I just use a backpack for those.

    I haven’t had a rainstorm come in yet while riding, but I doubt that it would do much to protect the contents, as the dust from the crushed limestone path gets inside and on everything.

    The velcro on the back of the panniers isn’t the greatest, and comes loose every now and again. The removable side is basically worthless, takes too long to remove or put back on, and now I have to use a backpack for the small things anyhow.

    All in all, I am thoroughly disappointed with this purchase and I wish I had sprung for a more expensive option.

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  3. i installed my bike rack didnt use a seat post adapter not gonna spend money, so i used an old bike took the seat post clamp and found old nuts, bolts and wala its ghetto but works like a charm didnt spend money on anything BE CREATIVE GUYS N LADIES

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  4. Thanks. The video helped a lot. But I have to just point out one thing everyone seems to have missed. What the heck is with the soviet flag on the bike? lol.

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  5. The bolt that goes into the dropout doesn't have nut and washer to go the other end in order to lock the leg securely ? my bike rack (Tioga) which I paid $45.00 for doesn't come with 'complete' instruction to properly explain & i'm not very pleased.

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