I felt it was time to replace my current seat bag after 200 miles of riding because it didn't seem like it was going to hold up much longer. That's what you get from the bargain bin at the LBS.
I noticed on the Timbuk2 website that they are making seat bags so the first thing I did was contact them and ask what size I would need to hold a multi-tool and a 29er tube. They replied with the large so I ordered one the other day and it finally came in.
As you can see it holds the tube and tool just fine. Also in there I have about 6 inches of chain, too, and there is just enough room for perhaps a gu pack and my keys. That is something that has always bothered me with the previous seat pack. I never felt that it would hold my keys securely and while I never had a problem the fact that they were just in the bag loosey, goosey just made me nervous. Especially if I ever got a flat and had to pull the tube out, my keys would drop right to the ground. I think I will feel a little more comfortable that the Timbuk2 has a key tether.
The bag looks pretty good under my saddle.
Goes nicely with the bike, too.
I think I am going to have to get one for the Monster Crosser.
Nice bag indeed! Looks and fits great on the bike!
I'm still perplexed why they don't include a loop for a tail light. Almost all their other products do.
Nice post! Our bike seat packs do not have a vista loop for hanging your bike light but they snuggle up to the seat and leave room on the seat post for a bike light. Also, we sell a seat pack with a reflective back panel so if you want added brightness we'd recommend you go with that one.
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