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laptop travel - backpack, tank bags, saddlebags?
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laptop travel - backpack, tank bags, saddlebags? - April 24, 2010, 09:19 AM

Does anyone have any recommendation on a good way to transport a laptop on a bike to and from work etc... I could just get a laptop backpack but does anyone have a better idea or anything they use that they really like? I want something that is light and not bulky. I wish there was a product that was like a small thin saddle bag you could mount inside your trunk and take off easily... anyone have any comments on the subject?
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