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    Daylight Backpick video - where's the hike?

    I'd also like to know where that hike takes place - it looks great!
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    Having just posted on the "Imago is being...

    Having just posted on the "Imago is being retired" thread a little on the late side since that happened mid last year - let me add that I would like to see a replacement. A horizontal messenger bag...
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    Retired - but not replaced?

    The lead post on this thread says:

    "Imago is being retired to make way for new designs debuting later this year."

    It doesn't actually say there's a replacement coming. The new designs -...
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    I have many Bihn bags (Western Flyer, Cadet,...

    I have many Bihn bags (Western Flyer, Cadet, Co-Pilot, Side Effect...okay, perhaps that's few compared to others here :) but it's a lot to me) and I resisted getting a Cafe Bag for a while...and then...
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    Just for variety, another picture of the Side...

    Just for variety, another picture of the Side Effect as a handlebar bag. This one is in steel, and is attached to my 31 year old brown rusty but trusty Raleigh Sports.
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    While I don't intend to frequently use the waist...

    While I don't intend to frequently use the waist straps, I'm glad they're there because it adds to the high versatility of the bag. My main use of it is as a bike handlebar bag; secondary use,...
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    Western Flyer. Tried the Absolute Strap, I don't...

    Western Flyer. Tried the Absolute Strap, I don't doubt it's the best of its breed, but I will be returning it. Backpack straps are way more practical. Shoulder straps are annoying when you aren't...
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