Roadie Back Pocket Bag Thing
http://www.zipvitsport.co.uk/products/accessories/jersey-pouch.htmlPosted 5 years ago
but i use a zip lock bagr0bhMember
I use an Ortlieb document case that I’ve had for about 10 years now and is still watertight.Posted 5 years agosteverSubscriber
Something from here? http://www.etsy.com/shop/reddotscycling?ref=seller_infoPosted 5 years agodavetraveSubscriber
Got both JerseyBin and Lezyne Caddy Sack.
The JerseyBin’s fine for a quick blast, when carrying just phone and a few coins, if not carrying any tools, etc. Use the Lezyne for longer rides as it’ll neatly hold everything in one pocket rather than cramming bits in every pocket and stuff then hiding away at the bottom of the pockets (for a better explanation see the rules).
Also, both a bit more robust than a zip lock bag and therefore more environmentally friendly in the long term than discarding plastic bags every few rides. Or something…Posted 5 years agobent udderMember
If you bought a Thomson post and still have the bag it came in, they’re plenty tough.Posted 5 years ago
I cut mine in half, and turned the top half inside out and stitched it across the bottom, making a small drawstring bag. The other half I’ve hung onto and will, when I get a moment and access to a sewing machine, add a loop to so I can thread a drawcord through to make a second bag.MarginWalkerMember
I’ve been using one of these drybags for about 4 years, everyday whether I’m on the bike or not!
Great for waterproofing on the bike or keeping all my crap together when I’m not.Posted 5 years agogazcMember
i use an eyemask/earplug/facetowel bag i got free on an emirates flight a few years ago with my phone in a plastic bag inside it. otherwise everything gets double bagged in resealable food bags if i cant find it. £45 for a purse is daft (unless you’re a girl in which its slightly less daft)Posted 5 years ago
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