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Home > Magazine > Bikes > OYB Customer: Uses OYB Pannier Creatively on a Nice Bike

OYB Customer: Uses OYB Pannier Creatively on a Nice Bike
December 08, 2011

Here are a few pics of nifty ways to mount the OYB Classy Retro Pannier, courtesy of customer Paul Carlberg of Grand Rapids, MI.

If you want to do this with a pannier, let me know when you order and I'll install the clips appropriately. Or, you can request strap-slots instead which come with 3 leather straps for a more common way of installing a pan as a saddlebag or bar-bag. Or you can get both for an extra $15.

And for $15 more you can have me install a removable shoulder-strap and swivels. ...Wow, a 4-Way Pannier!

I note that Paul's bar-bag mode uses a Velo Orange "Rackaleur" as a support.

If you're interested in this $50 postpaid item, feel free to check 'em out at: outyourbackdoor.com/article.php?id=443

(What do most other thick leather'n'canvas luggage items cost these days? $150+?)


Set up as a saddlebag.


Detail of clips jammed into saddle loops. Bungie clips onto brake bridge.


Quartering.


Rackaleur detail -- shrink-hose prevents rattle or slip.


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