- roadies…whats in your saddlebag?
- senor jSubscriber
I too have read the rules & some rules are there to be broken.Posted 5 years ago
In mine , tubesx2 ,co2 x2, tool , tyre lever , chain links & quick patches.
I used to keep my pump on the frame , until it dropped off during a recent cx sportive. The pump did the co2 “thang” , I then punctured. 😥ktaylorMember
I recently bought these cheap CO2 cannisters and they’ve been great (and cheap did I mention that?):Posted 5 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
2 tubes, 2 chainlinks, multitool, and a £10 note. Possibly tyre levers, can’t remember (the ones on the multitool are sorta kinda ok) Some park patches in case of tubeageddon. All other available space rammed with haribo.
Oh and a proper sized pump on the frame, because mini pumps are basically the industry trolling us, and I don’t like disposable kit like co2.Posted 5 years agoTiRedMember
Clinchers: Tube, CO2, carbon minipump, SKS microtool with Park patch and allen key inside, money. All inside a Lezyne large Caddy Sack.
Tubs: Tube of Tufo sealant, C02, carbon minipump, spanner (it’s a fixed wheel), SKS microtool. In a small sandwich bag.
I use Cateye saddle rail mounted light brackets, so no room for a seatpack, in accordance with the rules.
EDIT: For the commuter, I use a btwin tool bottle that is always on the bike. Looks smart and has Tube, CO2, spanner (fixed again), Park multitool, gloves, tyre levers (wheel removal can get dirty wit ha fixed), allen key for fast rack removal, spare bold. Pump is frame mounted.Posted 5 years agoMrSalmonMember
Tube, tyre levers, debit card, phone, £5 note, tiny box of Park glueless patches, tyre boot. I also have a multitool (although like MM I’ve only used it a couple of times in several years so I could probably do without it) and a minipump clipped to the bottle cage bosses.
That’s all in the jersey pockets but I sometimes use a very small saddle pack if extra food, arm warmers and gilet start making it all a bit tight in the pockets.Posted 5 years ago
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