OK. New secondhand recumbent owner with a good touring machine but previous model. This means manufacturer doesn't supply or make a rack that fits it. Seems the addition of an "e" at the end of the model name and switch from steel to Aluminium frame means they needed to design a new rack and stop making the old one. So I can fit two ortlieb panniers on the rear rack but don't have enough capacity with just that. I hoped a lowrider would be possible. So what's the cheapest solution to increased luggage capacity? So far I could bodge a terracycle rack made for a different but similar design recumbent. This is $160 from USA plus duty (if I get caught) plus possibly half again if I need to use half the kit from two different racks. I'd have to buy panniers costing about £100. So perhaps it'll cost more than banana bags all in. Second option is to ditch the panniers and use radical designs banana bags. IIRC they're 35 litres (or is that 35 litres per side = 70 litres total?). Also costing €260. Are there any other options? In a money no object world I would want two racks, two pairs of ortlieb panniers plus a seat bag from radical designs. Total potential capacity would be 90 litres (excluding a top tube pack I own that I think would work on the beam of my recumbent). Just thought but an adventure trailer (single wheel trailer). Panniers and that loaded fairly lightly could be an option, but one I hate. Don't like single wheel trailers. Besides it would stop me using a followme-tandem to tow my son (if he needs it). So any suggestions?