Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts

Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts
Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts Frost & Sekers Quick-release Saddlebag Mount for Standard Seatposts
Product Code: Frost & Sekers saddlebag mount for STANDARD SEATPOSTS
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For STANDARD SEATPOSTS

These saddlebag mounts from Frost & Sekers in London are the perfect solution for those of us whose preferred saddles don’t have bag loops. The system includes a mount that gets clamped in with your saddle rails (longer bolts are supplied in the package), and a handle that mounts to the bag. To attach the bag, you just slot the handle into the mount until it clicks. To get it out, all you do is grab the handle and pull (You still do probably want to use the seatpost strap in the normal way though). 

What’s particularly nice about these is that the overall weight is light enough that it isn’t such a big deal to just ride around with the mount attached when you aren’t using it; and unlike other saddlebag mounting systems, leaving it in place doesn’t get in the way of attaching other styles of saddlebag or basic seat packs. They’re even compatible with the Dill Pickle tool canister! 

These will work with most standard one-bolt or two-bolt seatposts (but may not work with all models, such as Velo-Orange’s Grand Cru 0-setback seatpost). There’s also a Brompton-specific version, that adapts the Brompton seatpost clamp. 

The one caveat is that this mount doesn’t lift the bag any higher than the back of the saddle, and in some cases may position it a bit farther back. So wheel clearance may still be an issue; on smaller bikes, you may want to combine combine this mount with a small rear rack if you’re hoping to use it with a large saddlebag, or use a Bagmand support instead. 

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