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  • Those nice bags that Thomson seat posts come in…..
  • Premier Icon organic355
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    …..any practical uses for them? Shame to chuck it as like the seatpost it seems fairly nice quality, like a nice shoe bag, if i had very long narrow feet.

    Premier Icon khani
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    Tent peg holder…

    Premier Icon allthegear
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    I keep my shock pump in one..

    Rachel

    Premier Icon cfinnimore
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    Lost mine.

    Filled it with socks.

    Had socks in at time of “misplacement”

    Premier Icon LeeW
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    Willy warmer.

    Premier Icon RustySpanner
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    Keep my pump in mine.

    Lives in my backpack.

    Premier Icon honourablegeorge
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    allthegear – Member

    I keep my shock pump in one..

    Rachel

    Why did I never think of that?

    Going to do that right away.

    Premier Icon davidtaylforth
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    Keep my pump in mine.

    Lives in my backpack.

    A bag in a bag?

    Premier Icon RustySpanner
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    Oh yes. 🙂

    I also keep my wallet, phone & keys in a dry bag which lives inside my waterproof backpack.

    I also have a carrier bag which contains:
    1. A compass.
    2. Some food/indigestion tablets.
    3. A pair of shades and a buff.
    4. A pair of those little l.e.d emergency lights, one red, one white.

    Items 1 – 4 live in separate carrier bags, which all live in the first carrier bag, which lives in the waterproof backpack. 😀

    Premier Icon superdale
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    Just the right size for my salami to hang in 😀

    Premier Icon davidtaylforth
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    I also keep my wallet, phone & keys in a dry bag which lives inside my waterproof backpack.

    I also have a carrier bag which contains:
    1. A compass.
    2. Some food/indigestion tablets.
    3. A pair of shades and a buff.
    4. A pair of those little l.e.d emergency lights, one red, one white.

    Items 1 – 4 live in separate carrier bags, which all live in the first carrier bag, which lives in the waterproof backpack.

    But you forgot the spare tube. 🙂

    Premier Icon brakes
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    I haven’t found one yet.
    but prize for most useless bag* was the one my old Marz 66RC2X forks came in.

    *mother in law not included 😉

    Premier Icon RustySpanner
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    In the seatpack:

    1. 2 tubes. Repair kit.
    2. Multitool (incorporating tyre levers).

    Each wrapped in their own carrier bags, naturally. 🙂

    Premier Icon organic355
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    Shock pump wins, although I don’t always take it on the trail with me, should I be?

    Premier Icon sas
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    but prize for most useless bag* was the one my old Marz 66RC2X forks came in.

    Take up bike polo and store your mallet in it (does it have carrying straps?)

    Premier Icon ashfanman
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    but prize for most useless bag* was the one my old Marz 66RC2X forks came in.

    Shotgun?

    Would give a whole new meaning to owning someone with your Bombers… 😀

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    Yeh, I’ve got a marzocchi 66 bag too – it’s perfect for keeping all my Thomson seatpost and stem bags safe from harm

    Premier Icon thats_not_my_name
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    I bought a Thomson post from the classifieds and unbeknown to me, it came with one of those bags….shame I cut through it opening the parcel 😆

    Premier Icon cfinnimore
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    Cheap ass Pedros brush kit has an excellent bag.

    PSA: Brushes are pap.

    Premier Icon takisawa2
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    My kids use mine as a pencil case, have a stem one somewhere also.

    Premier Icon oldgit
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    Makes a nice retro tube/tool bag held under the saddle with Alfredo Binda strap.

    Premier Icon oliverd1981
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    prize for most useless bag* was the one my old Marz 66RC2X forks came in

    I have used it once to protect the forks en route to the alps.

    however I’m keeping it in case I ever have kids and they take up snowboarding.

    Premier Icon davidjohn
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    Wallet wins.. IMO.. 8)

    DJ

    Premier Icon jota180
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    I bin them

    Premier Icon robarnold
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    Use it to put your spare plastic bags inside in the kitchen then hang it on the back of the pantry door with your apron

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    These bags seem so versatile I’ve decided to buy one. What should I do with the free seat post that comes inside it? So far the best idea I can come up with is a vice for holding two pencils.

    Premier Icon ScottChegg
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    Splash some cash and get a Thomson Masterpiece. Now there’s a bag with class.

    Mmmm, velour.

    Premier Icon crashtestmonkey
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    any use for the tiny bag thats comes with a thomson seat clamp or top cap then?

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