What are the Best Bags for Bikes?
I have reviewed 3 of the best top rated bike bags to help you narrow down your search for a good quality and durable bag. These bags are:
- Ibera Bike Panniers
- Topeak MTX Trunk Bag DXP
- BV Bicycle Strap-on SBC Expanding Seat Bag
Ibera Bike Panniers
These panniers by Ibera are fresh in design and come in a striking ebony black color, trimmed with an orange outline. This set of bags are sturdy and rain resistant. They have multiple pockets and compartments to put you valuables in. A nice feature of this set is that one of the bags has a quick release to allow you to use it as a shoulder bag. The Ibera Bike Panniers are a very nice choice for daily commuting and leisurely rides.
- Hook and strap attachment for rear rack
- Rain Resistant
- Quick release for shoulder bag
- Easy accessibility to items
- Easy clips, no zippers to reach storage
- Rear rack required
- Smaller than some panniers
Topeak MTX Trunk Bag DXP
The Topeak MTX Trunk Bag DXP is pleasing to the eye with it’s sleek black urban design. This bag has a main compartment that is divided into sections and two outside pockets to give you ample storage for your journeys. It features a quick release and a shoulder strap to make the bag accessible when you are not riding your bike. This is a sturdy and reliable trunk bag that excels at functionality.
- Expandable design
- Clips and bungee for attaching to bike
- Molded sides for durability
- Quick release and shoulder strap
- Large space capacity
- Requires rear rack
- Rain cover not included
BV Bicycle Strap-on SBC Expandable Seat Bag
This bag is perfect for smaller personal items such as phones, wallets, cameras, mini-flashlights, and sunblock. The BV black seat bag is quite durable and water resistant to allow you to travel in all types of conditions. If you need a bag to carry just a few items this bag will do the job!
- Quick release
- Internal mesh pocket
- 2 side panel pockets
- Expandable for additional belongings
- Includes tail light clip
- Not suited for larger items