Small, neat and simple bar bag at a fair price, ideal for commuters, tourists or audax riders, although with a couple of odd features.
Really well conceived rucksack for carry-all commuters and weekend warriors
Brilliantly minimal, waterproof and practical for commuting but a little on the pricy side.
A big, tough waterproof backpack with a faffy closure system
Good value old school messenger satchel but there are better designs for desk-bound nine-to-five commuters
Well priced, hard wearing minimalist saddle bag that you can look at as an extra jersey pocket
Neat and convenient waterproof pouch, but a bit fragile
Does the trick very nicely. Small, neat, easy to use
Excellent rack-free luggage that's built to last
Keenly-priced shoulder bag with some clever detailing but stabilising strap needs work to make it more comfortable
A clutch purse for your bike. Nice, not essential
A well-made, weatherproof courier bag that lacks ease of access compared to flap-only bags
Innovative and well thought out rucksack that transcends road and mountain bike genres beautifully - an absolute bargain.
Quirky bag that does a fine job as a shove-it-all-in commuter pack, best not used where they drive on the other side of the road though
Well made, rugged and protective. Ideal for frequent use as a commuting pannier
Minimalist pack for carrying the bare ride essentials in rattle-free security
Neat and effective, but pricey, way of attaching a Carradice bag to your bike
Mediocre panniers with a glaring flaw
Tough, capable, and rather stylish rucksack for toting moderate loads across town and trail in all weathers
Understated but extremely competent mid-sized saddlebag that's perfect for the British winter, although the bracket is mediocre