Get tools and tubes out of your pockets (jersey or pants) and onto your bike with the Road Runner Drafter Saddle Bag.
Measuring 7" x 3" x 2.5" at max capacity, the Drafter Saddle Bag has stowage for 2 Road Tubes or 1 MTB Tube, 2 CO2 Chargers, 1 Patch Kit, 2 Tire Levers, 1 Multi-Tool, a set of loose Allen Keys, Tubeless Tire Flat Kit, Packable Windbreaker, a set of Arm Warmers, and maybe a little bit more!
Made with Cordura 1000D Shell, 400D Packcloth Nylon, and a Floating Liner, the Drafter Saddle Bag offers protection against water, dirt, debris and anything else thrown and will keep tools safe, dry and secure.
Because Road Runner wants you to be seen by other cyclists and motorists, they have also installed a reflective strip that doubles as a clip for your rear light.
If you need a bag that goes as hard as you do, the Road Runner Drafter Saddle Bag is your best and only choice.
Features & Specs:
- Weight: 3.5 oz
- Dimensions: Max. Packed: 7" x 3" x 2.5"
- Dimensions: Min. Packed: 5.5" x 3" x 2.5"
- Cordura 1000D Shell
- 400D Packcloth Nylon
- Floating liner
- Reflective strip doubles as clip for rear lights
- Made in the USA
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Bag Type: Saddle
Bag Capacity: 50 or less ci
Black - One Size
Mfg PartNum: DSB01C
A perfect century seat bag. Without getting clever I can fit one tube, one tubolito, patches for both, a multitool, a 5nm Topeak Torqbox & 4mm bit , a quick-link tool that doubles as a pair of tire levers, 2 CO2 cartridges & inflator, extra quick link and valve core, plastic bag w/ latex gloves & a little bit of paper towel.
I have no trouble accessing the contents. I also have ample space for a tail light on my seat post. There is 15cm of post showing and this bag takes up half.
Makes me want to buy another to get rid of the piece of junk Topeak Wedge drybag on my commuter.
The good This bag is big enough to carry an MTB tube, multi-tool, patch kit, tire levers, and there would still be some room left. The not-so-good Takes up all the room on the seat stem, luckily you can attach your rear light to it. Difficult to access the interior without unclipping it. Awkward. Preferred my old Specialized bag with a zipper (got stolen, this is the replacement.)