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Going on a longish trip away and need a bit more room than my trusty Kriega r25 rucksack can muster.


Tried a tankbag but didn't like it and couldn't see the satnav - so tailpack it is!


It only needs to hold a pair of trainers and walking boots - so being chuffed with my Kriega I was instantly drawn to their tailpack-


http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... %26otn%3D2


But has anybody else got one to consider?

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I have a Buffalo one which is great - relatively inexpensive for a full-featured tail pack and was rated highly in a recent Ride magazine survey.


It is this one (though I'm not necessarily recommending M&P):

http://www.mandp.co.uk/productinfo/5580 ... ge/Buffalo


Be careful if you want to use it with a back pack - back packs and tail packs don't usually work so well together. :)

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I have a Buffalo one which is great - relatively inexpensive for a full-featured tail pack and was rated highly in a recent Ride magazine survey.


It is this one (though I'm not necessarily recommending M&P):

http://www.mandp.co.uk/productinfo/5580 ... ge/Buffalo


Be careful if you want to use it with a back pack - back packs and tail packs don't usually work so well together. :)

Not when you can get it from J&S for 15 quid less....


https://www.jsaccessories.co.uk/view_de ... 20Tailpack

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