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Ortleib Saddle Bag Bags

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MSRP : $41.99


Product Description

The Ortlieb Saddle-Bag is a great way to tote the essentials and then some. It's made from PU-coated Cordurareg the same durable lightweight waterproof fabric used on Ortlieb panniers and backpacks. And like these other bags the Saddle Bag uses a roll-top closure to maximize carrying capacity and weather resistance. Two D-rings have also been added to provide security and easy access to your gear.

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Dont buy this Bell saddle bag

Bought this bag from walmart because I needed one after the LBS was closed for the day. However the bag unzips by itself on rough trails and it almost cost me $40 worth of tools. Luckily the guy behind me picked them up off the trail. [IMG]http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b210/jeeplt1/bellbag.j ... Read More »

am tyre rocky descents? small saddle bag options?

Hey, Hopefully someone will be able to help me on my two-part quest: I am in need of an all mountain tyre that can handle rocky descents - so strong sidewalls are a must. My typical ride length is 15-20km and it is usually wet (Scotland), muddy, with sharp, techy climbs involved. I would say that ... Read More »

Saddle bag and tools

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What is the best saddle bag to buy? Fizik/ Lezyne?

Hey Everyone, I ride a lot and I have on both my Mt and Road bikes a Fizik saddle in which I purchased one of their saddle bags however with the weight of items it pops off every so often and I am tired of worrying about it while I ride. I was thinking about going with a lezyne saddle bag bu ... Read More »

Saddle and handlebar bag weight distrbution

Just figured I would share my little nugget of duuuhhh. I haven't actually been bikepacking yet, but I've been testing my setup on the local trails. Up until now, I just threw my sleeping stuff in the handlebar bag, and everything else in the saddle bag. The bike has never felt "right", and it f ... Read More »

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