Show me your Bags

RobW

Well-Known Member
#1
As the title states-what you have? and how do you like them?

show off your bike with bags- frame bags, saddle bags (or tool rolls), panniers, bar bags, gas tank bags, burrito bags.
 

Johnny Utah

Well-Known Member
#4
All revelate. The frame bag is my favorite, I think I would be pretty disappointed riding without One. The gas can, which I think I sold you one is huge on 4hr plus rides for food and whatnot. I have two feed bags (one pictured) which are great on 8hr rides for additional fluid storage (I don’t like to stop) plus they hold a coffee nice. On long winter rides I out a Pika seat bag in the back to hold additional cloths. Plus it acts as a fender. If I could fit the Viscacha I would but it it too tight when loaded.
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#6
All revelate. The frame bag is my favorite, I think I would be pretty disappointed riding without One. The gas can, which I think I sold you one is huge on 4hr plus rides for food and whatnot. I have two feed bags (one pictured) which are great on 8hr rides for additional fluid storage (I don’t like to stop) plus they hold a coffee nice. On long winter rides I out a Pika seat bag in the back to hold additional cloths. Plus it acts as a fender. If I could fit the Viscacha I would but it it too tight when loaded. View attachment 87345
Wow. When's your flight to Alaska??
 

RobW

Well-Known Member
#10
All revelate. The frame bag is my favorite, I think I would be pretty disappointed riding without One. The gas can, which I think I sold you one is huge on 4hr plus rides for food and whatnot. I have two feed bags (one pictured) which are great on 8hr rides for additional fluid storage (I don’t like to stop) plus they hold a coffee nice. On long winter rides I out a Pika seat bag in the back to hold additional cloths. Plus it acts as a fender. If I could fit the Viscacha I would but it it too tight when loaded. View attachment 87345
Yes, I still have that bag, it’s great! Worked well for my needs during Marty’s fat50.
 

JDurk

Well-Known Member
#12
I’m a minimalist and use a speed sleeve ranger. It’s pretty small and fits a tube, lever, plugs, CO2s, and a tool. The best part is how snug you can get it with the Velcro. Also dropper friendly.
+1

But I keep my mini-tool, Wolftooth pliers in a LWC Junket 2.0 dropped in a jersey pocket.
 

walter

Fourth Party
#15
I’m a minimalist and use a speed sleeve ranger. It’s pretty small and fits a tube, lever, plugs, CO2s, and a tool. The best part is how snug you can get it with the Velcro. Also dropper friendly.
I was literally out yesterday looking for a bag for my new Tarmac. Does anyone sell these locally or did ya get it off the webs?
 

RobW

Well-Known Member
#16
I also use one of these on the non race bikes. It’s nice to have and not have them jingling around in a pocket. The actual inflator is on one co2 in the bag.

I got it from amazon for like 11 bucks.


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Interesting, I’m going to be designing a locking device for CO2 cartridges to keep in speed sleeve or bag. I always see people taping them together. Have access to 3D printer.
 

JDurk

Well-Known Member
#17
I was literally out yesterday looking for a bag for my new Tarmac. Does anyone sell these locally or did ya get it off the webs?
Pretty sure it's only Speedsleev website. They are kinda local in Lancaster, PA I think. Currently I have the Ranger on 2 bikes and have 2 older versions in the spare parts bin.