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    hell's angels h/q e3st ny brunop's Avatar
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    under da seat bags?

    ok, i'm ready for the inevitable "omg" and "search the forum" but i gots to aks since i pretty much trusts you cats--i need a li'l bag for under da saddle just big enough to carry a tube, a co2 thingy, tire irons, and wrenches. i want it to look cool too. that is, i want it as small as possible. what are ya'll rockin' in this department?

    thanks.

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    I have the small one from Supergo. I got it on sale super cheap. It's not stylish, but it doesn't look bad.

    I like the Timbuk2 ones I saw at my LBS. they are small, and come in purty colors for about 5 times what I spent for my black one with the reflective S

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    pedros... looks nice, and fits just enough without sticking out. I put a tube, crankbro pump and a topeak multitool plus extra tire irons... takes some doing but they sure fit in there.
    "Oh, I see. Running away, eh? You yellow bastard. Come back here and take what's coming to you. I'll bite your legs off."

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    In the past I have used an Army surplus ammo pouch. I attached it using an old innertube and some gaff tape. Just the right size and ******** indestructible.

    Edit: Oh yeah, and it was about $2

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    If you need a good bit of room, I love the Jannd tubular tire bags. I think the TUFO bags are the same concept.

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    my gf gets grossed out riding behind people with under the seat bags dangling behind them... says they're vaguely testicular.

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    the Jannd mini tool kit is the smallest underseat bag i could find, after much looking.

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    there are some here
    http://www.rei.com/outlet/category/2...SHP_CYCLING_SA
    pedros, pedros with tool, planetbike

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    heh, like that info would fit here...
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    another +1 on the jandd. I've got 4 of their under seat bags ranging from the tiny toolkit bag to the Mountain Wedge 3 (the best way to do a tour w/o putting a rack on the bike.) Everything they make rocks.

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