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Saddle bag(9 posts)

Saddle bagWild Bill
Apr 26, 2002 3:32 AM
I am looking for a very small bag that straps under my saddle. Just big enough for a road tube and a couple of co2 cylinders.I have seen real small one's but never in a store or in a magazine.
Does anyone know where to buy such a thing? It has to be small(25 cu. inches or less)
Wild Bill
re: Saddle bagwoodes
Apr 26, 2002 3:50 AM
Pearl Izumi makes a very small saddle bag called the tailgate (I think). It's big enough just for a tube, patch kit and 2 CO2 cartriges. You can order one from pearlizumi.com, excelsports.com, etc...It's about as small as you can get.
not quite as small as you can get...SteveO
Apr 26, 2002 5:14 AM
just roll whatever you carry inside some canvas, or a ziploc, and tie it under the seat.

my survival kit can be more than 6 square inches. And it was free!
Pedro'sPaulCL
Apr 26, 2002 4:53 AM
I, too, was looking for a tiny saddle bag. I bought a Pedro's bag made of recycled inner tubes. Its' just big enough to hold 3 C02 cartridges, a multitool and a $5 bill.

Here's their webpage: http://www.pedros.com/products.html
REI, Nashbar, Performance, plus a $3 Rivendell trickretro
Apr 26, 2002 7:00 AM
Bike shops around here are full of little bags like that--they can't give the little ones away. The mass-market catalogs have a bunch of them, too. Shoot, I'd give you one of mine--I hardly ever use them.
The coolest way to do it, though, is in the Rivendell catalog, though you could easily make your own: Put everything in about an 18-inch square of canvas, roll it up like a burrito and fasten it under the seat with a toe strap.
But only if you can find an old Binda Extra (nm).djg
Apr 26, 2002 7:27 AM
Janddgrzy
Apr 26, 2002 8:02 AM
They make a solid product and stand behind it, but it might not be quite small enough for you.
Second ThatDan Q
Apr 26, 2002 8:28 AM
They make two small bags. The smallest one sounds like what you want. You can just barely squeeze a tube, lever, patch kit, and CO2 cartridge/nozzle into it. They are super durable and Performance sells them. The Pearl Izumi mentioned above is bigger than the Jandd and quickly fell apart on me.
re: Saddle bagroadmeister
Apr 26, 2002 12:27 PM
Colorado Cyclist has a nice small bag...25 or maybe 30 ci.
It's not on their website, but it is in the catalog...about
$12.00 I think.