Thule Pack n Pedal Review, Pros and Cons

Thule Pack n Pedal is rated 4.44 based on 9 reviews

Feature Summary

Thule Pack 'n Pedal Urban Tote, Black
  • Easy to mount with Thule's patent pending vanishing hardware attachment system including magnetic connection
  • Lightweight and easy to carry on or off the bike - shoulder strap included
  • Smart bike light pocket lets you keep your 'blink' with you at all times in the bag without need for extra attachments on the bike
  • Built in reflective fabric increases visibility when night riding

Reviews Summary

Here’s what the reviewers think about the Thule Pack n Pedal:

Reviewers like these things about the Thule Pack n Pedal

  • Some users like how its reflective elements increase visibility from all angles.
  • Others also like the built in light attachment on the back of the pack allowing them to be seen in traffic.
  • Some bikers like the hideaway helmet attachment system feature of the bag which securely holds theur helmet when not in use.
  • Others like the presence of the padded, removable compartment with tablet sleeve which sits on top of the bag rather than against their back for greater comfort.
  • A number of owners love how the breathable shoulder straps and airflow channels on the back panel provide maximum comfort and ventilation.
  • The hideaway high visibility rain cover with reflective screen print impressed a lot of users as it increases the bag’s protection.
  • Many users find it very comfortable for both biking and walking.
  • Others find the front pocket is good for storing cables, adapters or whatever random thing.
  • Some users are impressed with how it folds down or expands depending on their needs.
  • Many owners thought it’s a well-designed backpack for people who commute or travel by bike and are exposed to the elements.
  • Others like how its side-squeeze nylon buckles keep it securely closed.
  • Some users laud the presence of a crush-proof compartment for more fragile items like a smartphone or sunglasses.
  • Many users recommend this backpack for the true commuter, whether on bike, motorcycle or foot.
  • Others like how the curved metal zipper pulls are ergonomic and supplemented with removable pull cord.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Some users noted the stiching on the handle is poor.
  • Others said after week of usage, the main reflector stop.

Selected Reviews

Life In The Saddle

Overall, this is another great quality product from Thule, with great functionality. There is a real attention to detail: whether it’s the sky blue lining to the main compartment, so things are easy to find; or it’s the crush-proof Safe Zone, which keeps your phone safe and secure.

Posted 1 November 2015 by Tim Wiggins – Read full review

Life In The Saddle

Overall, the Thule Pack n Pedal Commuter Pannier is a well designed and thought-out piece of kit. Much like all of Thule’s range, it demonstrates a great quality level, and a meticulous attention to detail.

Posted 21 February 2015 by Tim Wiggins – Read full review

Road CC

Feature-packed bar bag that works well with other Pack ‘n’ Pedal bags, but fairly expensive.

Posted 3 January 2014 by Iwein Dekoninck – Read full review

Road CC

The Thule Pack ‘n Pedal Bike Wallet is part of Thule’s new Pack ‘n Pedal bicycle luggage range. It clips on a handlebar mount that has space for both the wallet and a handlebar bag we are also reviewing and writing up separately. Thule also make an iPad sleeve for the same bar mount.

Posted 17 December 2013 by Iwein Dekoninck – Read full review

Road CC

Cleverly designed and very comfortable to carry off the bike. The price for that is both cost and weight.

Posted 10 December 2013 by Iwein Dekoninck – Read full review

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