AVENTON, AVENTURA Rear Rack.

Road Dog

New Member
Region
USA
City
Pembroke Pines, Fl
I'm new to the forum, new to the E Bike World, I've been around for some time, I've always owned a Bicycle. To get to my question I ordered my Aventon Aventura, and also the rear rack, my question. I wanted a Trunk Bag That I could easily remove, I've looked at the Topeak Bags. I really didn't want to replace my stock Aventon Rack, I see Topeak has an Omni adopter for there bags, that attaches to a rack. The stock rack is not a flat rack, the end has a lift up. Not sure if the rack not being flat would stop the adapter from working. Has anyone with this adapter used on there Aventon Aventura, Thanks for any help...
 

Jason Knight

Active Member
Region
USA
City
Keene, NH
Whilst I'm new to e-bikes, I've been biking for decades and my experience with bags that have fancy plastic spring-loaded clips and proprietary racks, is that they're ALL useless junk. They fit too loosely, they rattle around, the clips invariably break at the most inconvenient of times.

Rather than overpriced trash loaded down with gimmicks targeting rich kids who don't know any better, I'd suggest finding some simple bags with velcro straps or some form of ring fasteners. 'cause to be frank if velcro straps or cinch fasteners aren't "quick release" enough, do yourself a favor and slow down. Skip the gimmicks and go for cheap, proven, and a thousand times more reliable tech.

Thus I'd suggest that if you want to go with Topeak, look at the Trunkbag DXP "strap" version.


Because predatory rinky half-assed crap like their "quicktrack" mounts are overpriced trash DESIGNED to fail from the start. I'd sooner have a cheap amazon bag with double-D ring straps than any of their goof-assed fancy "mounting systems" that basically exist to light money on fire.