- Mtb baggy shorts, what do you stick in the pockets?
the back pockets on enduras are perfect for an os map with the cover removed
+1, it’s irritatingly just abit too snug though, must be designed fo some other map.
Car key in the lower zipped pockets.
Nadda else, I find it either rattles or get’s too tight while pedaling. Prefer to split it between jersey pockets and a saddlebag.Posted 5 years agoandytherocketeerSubscriber
depends where or what I’m riding.
phone and keys usually go in camelback (Nexus 5 would snap in half if I put it in baggies pocket).
Half a pack of pocket tissues go in pocket, and very occasionally an old ikea pencil if I feel the urge to log a geocache.
If on the road bike, the jersey and baggies 😈 pockets gt loaded (keys in whichever pocket has a clippy tether thingy).Posted 5 years agoalexdoddMember
Usually the last thing i’ve picked up after putting my bag on and getting ready to actually ride, and then realising i’ve not put whatever it is *in* my bag.
I’d like to ride without a bag, but I don’t have space for a water bottle on my frame 🙁 So hydration pack it is, which means i obviously take too much stuff and overfill it every time!Posted 5 years ago
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