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I have these. I used them on my Norco and they snap right on to the Serial1 like they were made for it. I would expect their other bags would work as well if you don't like the style

 

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Beautiful bike @Berean! Welcome! Do you know who makes those bags you're using?
Yes! Go to etsy.com and when your on the page type in motorbike bags. Then scroll down the page and look for bags made by a company called "treesizeverse". He has a TON of different styles and colors of bags that will work on bicycles (ebikes or regular bikes). There all handmade by one guy that runs a shop in Belgium (took me 3 weeks to get mine). They are top of the food chain in quality! They are waterproof, waxed canvas leather. You can also order straps if you want to use the bag for a backpack. Depending on which one you choose after shipping expect to spend in the neighborhood of $200 give or take. NOTE: Do not go to google and type in treesizeverse.com. That WILL take you to his site BUT it will not have US currency transactions. Go through etsy.com. There is another company here in the USA called "Frost River" outdoor clothing that sells really nice bicycle bags and stuff. They look to be as good a quality as mine; they just don't have as many choices of styles and colors. You could spend ALL NIGHT trying to figure out which one you want at treesizeverse lol!
 

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I have the mosh city speed and am wondering if they make bags or panniers for the serial 1 type racks?
My Axiom panniers fit on the back rack. Not sure if the front rack can support panniers. It seems so lightweight. My guess maybe a trunk bag will fit on it. Definitely can bungee sleeping bag or smaller rucksack on the front.
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 · (Edited)
My ortlieb bags fit but they slide as the rack isn't set up with proper stoppers.
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I also recommend using some clear protective tape to prevent bag hardware from scratching the bikes paint.
 

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Solution Found - the MIK system works perfectly on our rear rack:
Once attached to your rack you can then attach any bag or pannier that uses the MIK system; Basil makes a bunch of different options:
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I'm enjoying using the tailrack bag at the moment.
 
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