Rear Rack too.
Whatever kind of bicycle you own, there is probably a Tubus, Salsa or Surly Rear rack to fit on your commuter, touring rig and everything in between. These racks add versatility to your bikepacking bag setup, allowing you to stash a change of clothes or any other form of gear in a set of pannier bags.
Here at Campfire, we focus on stocking Rear racks such as these as they keep your pannier weight low to the ground, allowing heavily-laden bikes to feel as stable as possible at both low and high speeds. Choosing the rack that works best for you involves checking whether your bike has braze-on mounts so as to work with a rear rack. If not, you’ll have to troubleshoot alternative mounting methods.