Wildduck wrote:I'll suggest it to Quackers when I tuck him in for the night.
Is a single pannier - "Non-standard" cycling and therefore inclusive?
MrsMothy wrote:When Tim and I ride Audaxes on the Joybringer...(only the 2nd Rholof tandem designed and built by Longstaffs) and are out all day, rack packs aren't practical. Therefore we tend to use one small panier each. Does that make us part of the loony one pannier brigade?
MrsMothy wrote:Never mind John, owning a second tandem makes up for everything . We occasionally share one pannier on one of the tandems but it causes problems because Tim fills it up we things we wouldn't ever WANT to use like inner tubes and tyre levers leaving little room for essentials like a hair brush . So more often than not, we take one little one each and as we don't fill them up, it makes things easier to find. They have pretty good compression straps so they don't flap.