Delta Quick Bag Post Haste Rack Combo

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Delta Quick Bag Post Haste Rack Combo
If you're rocking a bike without any rack mounts, never fear. There's still an easy way to carry all your stuff around. The Delta Quick Bag/Post Haste Rack combo set is ideal for commuting or light bike touring. It attaches to most sizes of seatposts easily, and can hold up to 25 pounds. Perfect for your morning commute or for a quick overnight trip.
  • Quick-release allows you to easily install or remove the rack from any seatpost without having to take the post out of the frame
  • QuickBag uses heavy duty hook and loop and side-release buckles to attach securely to the rack
  • Two internal and two side zip pockets give you plenty of storage
  • Holds up to 25 pounds of gear and clothing
  • Reflective accents help you stay safe at night
Delta Quick Bag Post Haste Rack Combo
  • MFPARTNUMBER MR4115
  • WEIGHT 2.6 lbs (1179g)
  • UPC 799403208006
  • CARGO CAPACITY 9.5L
  • DIMENSIONS 12 x 8 x 6 inches
  • NUMBER OF POCKETS 4
  • MATERIAL Alloy rack; ballistic nylon bag
  • Rating 3

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Delta Quick Bag Post Haste Rack Combo
 
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3.0

clever concept but prefer a traditional

By uncle marty

from central NY State

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Quick On And Off Nice
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Heavy
  • Swings Side To Side

Best Uses

  • Commuting/City

Comments about Delta Quick Bag Post Haste Rack Combo:

I put one of these on my commuter bike a couple of years ago. Quality was good and installation was easy. I liked the idea that it's easily removable to prevent theft, or, to shed some weight when you don't need to carry anything. All that's nice, but the first problem was that the clamping bolt on the QR was too long and my baggy shorts got caught on it until I cut the bolt shorter; fixed, fairly easily. If you put it on a typical road bike with fairly steep frame angles, the tail end of the rack points upward quite noticeably (faux Porche whale tail??). Even with lots of seatpost exposed, with the rack as low on the post as it could go, the the top edge of the bag hit the back of the saddle. If your seatpost is deep in the frame with not much exposed, you'll be sitting on the front edge of the bag. Since you can't adjust the mounting angle as you can on a traditional rack, you're stuck with what you get. Last was that (again, largely due to the upward angle), when I got on or off the bike, I'd hit the bag with my leg and the rack would swing off to one side. It didn't matter on my commuter horse, but the swing action would scar an aluminum seatpost. I've only ridden trail on an MTB once, but I'd imagine this thing would wag like a puppy's tail. A lot of these problems could be easily fixed if they just changed the mounting angle so it sat more level. Maybe Delta has fixed that since I bought mine, I wouldn't know. I thought the bag was excellent, and the vecro/buckle system was very effective. Just change that mounting angle and I'd recommend it if you need a quick on/off rack. It's well done other than that, but I bought a Blackburn traditional style and just put up with the fact that it's always there whether I want it or not. The Delta (rack only with velcro and buckles, no bag)was 775 grams vs Blackburn 530 grams (including sliding seatstay supports, no velcro or buckles).

  • Cycling Style:
  • Speed Oriented
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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3.0

Post Rack = Good, Delta Quick Bag = Not

By TFitz51

from Mansfield, CT

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Design
  • Poor Construction
  • Wears Out Quickly

Best Uses

  • Commuting/City

Comments about Delta Quick Bag Post Haste Rack Combo:

I bought this rack/bag combo for my wife's comfort bike and purchased a Nashbar Rack Trunk bag and LDT rack for my comfort bike. Perfect opportunity to do some comparative analysis considering the total cost for both set-ups was about the same. Installation of the Racks: Delta was quick & easy. Nashbar LDT rack took a little time to get the brackets and supports attached in the correct position but not complicated. Quality of the Racks: No difference. Installation of the Bags: Nashbar was quick & easy using velcro straps. Delta bag straps did not align with the rack. Quality of the Bags: Nashbar is good qualilty. Delta bag is poor quality, during first use of the bag the top flap material separated from the zipper. It appears as though the Delta rack designers and Delta bag designers did not collaborate on this set-up. If Nashbar would like to send me their Rack Trunk bag in place of the Delta bag I'd be more than willing to accept it.

  • Cycling Style:
  • Comfort Oriented
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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