NEW Topeak MTX Dual Side Pannier Frame For Beam Rack

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A review of the Topeak bike rack which is a good one to try if you are just getting started with bike panniers. Full review:

Topeak Beam Rack and MTX Trunk Bag
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10 thoughts on “NEW Topeak MTX Dual Side Pannier Frame For Beam Rack

  1. Why do you have the brake disk version fitted if you have a V-brake bike?
    Also why haven’t you straightened it out its resting far too forward.
    That’s a hell of a lean on there, just release the securing screws and
    level it out.

  2. I didn’t no and I wouldn’t recommend doing that. Even if your bike doesn’t
    have the suitable attachments (official term: bosses) for panniers, these
    can be added using P-clips or by choosing bike racks that don’t rely on

  3. The green bag I believe was by Topeak but I don’t think its sold any more.
    I can’t really comment on specific bags – it’s a case of a bike having the
    suitable attachments (Called bosses) – even if they don’t you can install
    P-clips. Local bike shop should be able to give you a better answer!

  4. qual review mate. THX! few questions. What’s brand/model of that green bag?
    what kind of wheels (what bike)? Would the topeak (seems like best rack)
    work on a canondale r600? Thanks.

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