What Seat Bag Is Good For An Aero Style Bike?

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  1. Mengtian

    Mengtian New Member

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    I am getting my Fuji Transonic in soon and realized I need another seat bag. Are there bags designed for the aero style seat post instead of the traditional round type? Also, any advice on a tail light for this type of seat post?
     
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  2. ABNPFDR

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    They do make mounts for aero seat posts, or use a light that mounts with elastics. I've also seen people mount lights to a PVC pipe zip tied to the rails so the saddle. If yyou are using a saddle bag, most bags have a strap for mounting a rear light.
     
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    Mengtian New Member

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    I got this....decent reviews, looks nice on an aero post.
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  4. CAMPYBOB

    CAMPYBOB Well-Known Member

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    Something like TREK's TriRig?

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  5. ABNPFDR

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    Ugh - the trek speed concept is one of my least favorite tri bikes, and I think that box only mounts to that bike. Kind of like the Fuel Cell for the Shiv.

    Accessories for tri rigs are a whole different topic. Luckily, aero road bikes are far easier to accessorize. The Fuji Transonic's seat post is not all that aero.
     
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    CAMPYBOB Well-Known Member

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    It's the perfect stash for EPO, 'T', Hgh and maybe a peanut butter cookie.
     
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    Might look at an Orfos tail light.
     
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