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Now that I have bike where I can actually reach the water bottle without stopping I am thinking about ditching the Camelback for shorter rides. Looking for a small frame bag that would hold a tube, tool, tire irons, co2 cartridge and chuck. Any suggestions?

Also would consider a frame or seat wrap, but would want one that can hold all of those items.

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backcountry research strap, I also use their pouch on my bibs pocket with a kit that looks pretty much like these

http://instagr.am/p/BXJ7RwmFnxO/
I carry the multitool inside the pocket I use a cane creek f15 or something like that, same they have with the santa cruz sindicate colab. my tire levers go in the strap with a tube and co2
 

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Now that I have bike where I can actually reach the water bottle without stopping I am thinking about ditching the Camelback for shorter rides. Looking for a small frame bag that would hold a tube, tool, tire irons, co2 cartridge and chuck. Any suggestions?

Also would consider a frame or seat wrap, but would want one that can hold all of those items.

Thanks,

UNT
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backcountry research strap, I also use their pouch on my bibs pocket with a kit that looks pretty much like these

http://instagr.am/p/BXJ7RwmFnxO/
I carry the multitool inside the pocket I use a cane creek f15 or something like that, same they have with the santa cruz sindicate colab. my tire levers go in the strap with a tube and co2
I used one on my 5.5 and noticed pretty significant scratching on my frame after about a year. Not a huge deal but think it impacted resale value a bit which I typically prioritize with my bikes.
 

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I'd look into the Bedrock Sinbad. I have one and like its versatility. It can be strapped to the saddle rails (even with a dropper), under the downtube, or wherever really. Wolf Tooth has a bag with a very similar design that can be used with or without its B-RAD system. Bedrock also makes a mini frame bag that's supposed to fit snugly into the front triangle, but it's a bit pricier.

bedrock sinbad
https://www.bedrockbags.com/gear/sinbad-stash-pack

wolf tooth bag
https://www.rei.com/product/155567/wolf-tooth-components-b-rad-roll-top-bag-and-mounting-plate

bedrock mini frame bag
https://www.bedrockbags.com/gear/edc-frame-bag
 
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