What brand is that? Looks like perfect size. Does it flop around a bit or pretty steady?
I looked at that for the gravel bike but looked like it was kind of resting on the cables. Not a problem for the mtb though - I'll give it a shot!It's got another string/strap that goes around the stem, so fastened down in 3 points. Its pretty sturdy - it lives on my gravel bike, and is sized to fit on drop bars, but I use it on the hardtail when I'm just going for a cruise in a NP etc.
I have a Henty too but only wear it on bigger rides. Most quick rides under an hour it's Phone in the pocket (screen side in), keys in the pocket and wallet in the car. Both keys and phone have never worried me. On occasion I have just pulled my credit card and a note to put in my zipped pocket just in case.Henty Enduro....so much more comfortable than a Cback!
In Perth it's definitely not the MTB people you have to worry aboutDepends where you ride. At the Youyangs I probably even forget to lock the car most of the time.
Last Cressy race day I rode my bike on the morning from the car to the race village, hung it up on a pole and went and track Marshalled all day.
When I finally got back in the arvo there it was safe and sound. Mtb people are 99.99999 percent decent.
It’s maybe the rare blow in you have to worry about.
I'm talking about those short blasts, 30-40 minutes close to the car.Backpack every time. Can't understand the need for a solution to a problem that's already been solved
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Have to agree with this. I'd rather just throw on camel back knowing I've got everything I need no matter what bike I ride. Let's also be honest here, if I say I'm going for a half hour ride, I'll be 3 hours.Pack even for 30-40 minutes. I hate stuffing around changing things. I'm slow enough as it is already!