Any bike currently without a bag would benefit greatly from this as an addition. I currently keep in mine: a mini-pump, a tube, saddle cover, two wrenches, a multi-tool, tire levers, a cufflink, a pair of gloves, extra-batteries, a small flashlight, a swiss army knife, and I have room for a PB&J without squishing it too much. The bag is waterproof enough for the 150 days of rain in Seattle and as great style.
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Great Small(ish) Saddle Bag
October 5, 2011
This is a great saddle bag for those trips when you don't need to carry the kitchen sink with you (which is probably most local rides). It's larger than the typical saddle bag found in bike shops, which means you can fit more in it, but not so large that you find yourself overloading and carrying things that you *might* need. I currently carry in mine: headlight and taillight, keys, cell phone, cable bike lock, and a small wallet - and there's still room to spare. In fact, we dropped off a Redbox movie the other day and I stuffed it in the bag as well. I haven't had any issues with the velcro at all - it's remained snug as a bug (in a rug). I also love that I can slide my taillight onto the back of the bag (there's a small slit in the reflective piece). I don't have a rear rack on the bike I use this on, so there's nowhere else to put a light. The material is also sturdy and is holding up well. Very happy with the purchase (and actually pondering buying another).