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I like the drybag strapped to the top tube. My new bike has a really low top tube so I have absurd standover and a large seatmast to I think I can do this pretty readily with some sacks I already have. I also think I'd rather move up to the 40ish litre range or backpack (I also have a first generation ortlieb waterproof 45L backback that I get questions about all the time) and keeping the bike bags smaller. I think I'd choose to bikepack with my fat bike in it's 29+ configuration normally but I'm headed to the chilcotins this month and the program is yet to be determined (i.e. moving camp vs. set-up on camp and base out of it). We still have to get out (any maybe in.. TBD) with all our stuff on us though.
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