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Rear bag that works on its own or as part of your pannier kit.

If you have all your cross-country touring gear ready to go, but this weekend’s ride is just across town, attach the Louise Garneau Stream R-12 Bag to your rear rack and streamline your set-up. The Stream R-12 comes with an insulated main compartment for storing food and protecting delicate equipment as well as side pouches for packing extra tubes, repair gear, and layers.

  • Water-resistant fabric and zips help prevent water from seeping in
  • Foam insulation keeps your camera batteries from wasting away quickly in the cold
  • Removable shoulder strap makes the Stream R-12 a great option for urban trips
  • Bike pump straps keep your repair-kit essential on lockdown (pump not included)
  • Reflective detailing and safety-light holder help keep you visible during night commutes
  • Helmet holder keeps your lid secure when it’s not in use

Tech Specs

[exterior] synthetic, [insulation] foam, [hardware] aluminum
732 cu in
1 main, 2 side
Recommended Use:
urban cycling, commuting, touring
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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3 5

Looks Good. Works Medium.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This bag looks good but doesn't work all that well. It is pretty waterproof thanks to the sealed zippers. I didn't test the shiny, insulated lining with my heated, Louis Garneau-designed filet-mignon lunch, but the cargo area was just a tad small. The four-point velcro straps are much more secure and faster than the two-strap versions that you have to thread under the whole rack. The helmet carrier holds the helmet, but you have to use the shoulder strap to carry both the bag and the helmet strapped on. You can't really use that helmet-holding mesh as a handle, either, because of its elasticity. The material did rip a little on the back panel, too. The Blackburn EX-Trunk Bag had a carrying handle in place of the helmet holder that was convenient and it had a shoulder strap, but it was so wide that it would never stay centered on the rack. If you don't need too much space, and you don't mind using the shoulder strap to carry the trunk pack with helmet attached, you should check this out. The helmet doesn't cinch too tightly, and you can probably just clip your helmet to your courier bag or even the trunk pack itself more easily. The side pockets, both the zip and mesh are pretty thin and not so usable, respectively.

Unanswered Question

What are the physical dimensions of this...

What are the physical dimensions of this bag? Specifically the front height vs the back height?

the flap at the narrow end does it also...

the flap at the narrow end does it also have a zipper or it just hangs there. things in the bag can come out if i am riding on a bumpy road please advice.thank you, Robert

Responded on

The back flap is secured by velcro, and is also an attachment point for the shoulder strap. It works well, but you have to be sure the zippers are fully closed before you pick it up by the shoulder strap. If the zippers are closed, nothing is coming out.

Write your question here...I am look for...

Write your question here...I am look for a bag for my bike that I can use to commute to work and be able to fit my military uniform and shower stuff in. Would this bag be able to accomodate something of this nature?

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This bag should be more than able to accommodate your belongings. With water resistant fabric, your clothing will stay dry on your commute to work