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Not to confuse anyone, but we at North St. Bags also make a second convertible pannier backpack, the Route 9. This bag is designed as more of a long haul touring option with less frequent on and off transition than that of our other bag, the Woodward Convertible. Depending on the nature and length of your ride, you may prefer one design over the other. But ...
I would suggest the Woodward Convertible from North St. Bags. To be fair, I work for them, but given the nature of your inquiry and the tasks you're looking to achieve, this product is perfect. We've designed the Woodward to work well both on and off the bike and we have worked hard to make the transition process easy and quick.
I put my road bike on a trainer, raised up my desk at work, and decided I could casually ride all day long while typing away at my desk. At first, it was a lot of fun and I was effortlessly logging a good 20 miles a day. However, after the first couple days my tail bone started to hurt a lot. I got a softer seat, and it continued to hurt. I'm no doctor, but ...
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