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[OM] Re: Lanscape's via PC stitching,

Subject: [OM] Re: Lanscape's via PC stitching,
From: "Tom Scales" <tscales@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2005 19:53:50 -0400
This is what we ride:


1,600 miles so far this year. We would have ridden more, but Debbie's health 
is not very good.  We're going to put a pannier on the back, which will be 
useful for larger amounts of equipment, but I'm hoping for a solution where 
I can grab and shoot too.


> Hm, I didn't realise there was that little clearance between front and 
> back -- the one I use to tote water/repair kit/etc around only sits maybe 
> 8" off my back at most, but I suppose there's aerodynamic advantages to 
> being right up next to one another.
> Panniers? It'd be a bit rattlier, but if you got something like this:
> http://www.santanainc.com/dualmoto.html
> it would solve that problem, and you could put on one of those 
> seatpost-mounted rear racks to keep it suspended relative to the road. 
> Those have a 30lb weight limit or something, that's still a fair bit of 
> camera kit. I guess it's getting further and further away from 'quick' --  
> possibly you could look at sewing pannier hooks onto the back of a camera 
> bag and a stiffening plate in there to keep it from swinging around too 
> much, but I'll admit it's a trickier problem than I'd first thought.
> -- dan

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