Carry just the essential roadside/trailside tools with the MSW Tool Hugger. Sleeves are designed to fit tire levers, CO2, inflator, patch kit, multi-tool, and a tube (all sold separately). Works well standard saddle rails, or just toss it into a jersey pocket. - Durable Cordura outer layer - Seven elastic tool compartments - Hook and loop closures
If you'd prefer to carry your gear in a bag rather than stretching out your jersey pockets, Banjo Brothers' Large Seat Bag is perfect for you. It'll hold a tube, tire levers, patch kit, a mini tool, your wallet, some food, even a wind vest or camera (each sold separately). And if you're going big, it expands to haul more gear. It's made from heavy-duty 840-denier nylon with a wide-opening design for easy access. And you've got 360 degrees of visibility with reflective accents and a rear tab for a blinkie.
Long days in the saddle training and racing take their toll on your equipment. Tri-BackUp TubeBag provides protection from harmful ultraviolet rays that can quickly degrade an inner tube. So the next time you have to fix a flat, your tube is ready to go. Designed to integrate with Tri-BackUp Pro V and Tri-BackUp Pro I for maximum aerodynamic efficiency. Material: 420D nylon Mount: Works w/ TRI-BackUP Pro V / Pro I Saddle rails Fits up to 700 x 25c inner tube Round tube: Fits 23 – 48mm diameter Aero tube: Fits up to 260 mm (10.2”) circumference Size: 12.2 x 6.8 x 4.4cm / 4.8” x 2.7” x 1.7” Weight: 70g / 2.47oz (Bag only)
Budget-focused riders can journey with confidence knowing the Comp Seat Bag will keep essentials are close at hand. • Hook and loop straps attach pack securely to seat rails and seatpost • Angled zippered opening makes access to contents easier when bag is fitted tight • Taillight tab for increased visibility • 100% polyester
Key features: - Hook and loop saddle attachment firmly keeps bag connected to your bike - Internal pockets securely hold credit cards and valuables - Reflective elements enhance visibility for maximum safety anytime - Light and robust material holds up to elements without contaminating contents - 23 cu. in. (380cc) capacity
Lezyne's Micro Caddy is a compact, aero-shaped saddle bag. Large elastic nylon strap secures caddy to the seat rails. Durable woven nylon construction. Labeled internal organizational pockets. External, quick access multi-tool sleeve. Water-resistant zipper with large pull loop. Capacity: - Small: 13.7 cubic inches - Medium: 24.4 cubic inches
Lezyne's Road Caddy is a compact seatbag made of durable nylon fabrics that tucks nicely under your saddle. A large nylon strap secures the caddy to the saddle rails. The Road Caddy features a water resistant zipper with a finger loop, a clamshell design that opens to provide easy access, and an elastomer internal pocket for storage. Reflective logos and a rear light loop aids rider visibility at night.
Lezyne's Roll Caddy features a simple roll-up design constructed of a durable nylon fabric for your daily ride necessities. Strap it to your saddle rails or toss it in your pack. The large, adjustable nylon strap slides easily to secure and accommodate what's inside, and the wide open pockets can fit a 29" tube or a pair of tire levers. The Roll Caddy has an internal zipper pocket to secure your small items.
Banjo Brothers' Small Seat Bag is perfect for carrying a tube, tire levers, patch kit, a mini tool and some food (each sold separately). It's made from super-tough 1680-denier nylon with a full liner plus a padded top and bottom. It's got a wide-mouth opening for easy access, three interior pockets and a key clip to keep your gear organized, plus gusseted sides that keep your gear in place when the bag is open. And you've got 360 degrees of visibility with reflective accents and a tab so you can attach a taillight.
Don't overstuff your jersey pockets. Simplify your load by putting your essentials in the Topeak Aero Wedge Pack. It straps neatly beneath your seat and is constructed of durable 1200-denier, Teflon-coated polyester with reflective strips and a taillight mount for nighttime safety.
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