Primitive fixings. Not waterproof. Use the Rackbook Pro? For my MacBook, no.
Well made, waterproof roll-top backpack at a premium price
Let down by lack of rain resistance, heel clearance, and value
Terrific holdall ideally suited to the needs of the travelling cyclist at a fantastic price
Good little bar bag for those that want a few essentials to hand on a tour or commute
Seems a good option for those switching between cycling and walking, but doesn't really deliver on the promise
Good quality, dependable, messenger bag that enjoys being used, guaranteed for 30 years
Stylish, practical and very effective storage solution… but check it fits your bike first
Handy hopper for your top bar that'll swallow gels or a phone
Perfect size to carry all the spares and tools you need
Great looking bag with some good design touches but needs a waist strap and to move less when fixed to a rack
Good mobile phone accessory for anyone who gets exposed to lots of wetness but expensive for what it is
An adequate bag with an awful hook-and-elastic mounting system
Greatly improved bag for commuting and trail duties, with the excellent TriViz technology
A great briefcase pannier that's weatherproof and businesslike, although the bolt-on rack fixings preclude using other bags
Rugged and good looking rucksack as useful off the bike as on, but genuinely handy for both
Great design makes short work of the usual bike travel woes - a truly stellar bike bag
Tough, smart, stylish and functional. A versatile bag that will last for years
Pannier or shoulder bag that doesn't shout "please steal my laptop"
Excellent bag for the well-heeled commuter, not laptop friendly though.