- Water bottle for carrying puncture kit etc.
I've got two bikes and several backpacks, so I have found the easiest way to carry the essentials like a spare tube, multitool, puncture kit etc. is to use a small saddlebag with a bracket on both bikes.Posted 10 years ago
The bag ripped open at the weekend and I lost a load of kit while riding, so rather than replace it with something similar, I was wondering if there's a water bottle with a full diameter neck that can be used for carrying stuff.
This would be easy to swap between bikes and would keep the CoG a bit lower as well.organic355Member
theres also these: http://www.probikekit.com/advsearch.php?AQUERY=storage+bottlePosted 10 years agofirestarterMember
these come in 500 size and 750 . very good they are too 😉Posted 10 years ago
Thanks for the suggestions and thanks for the offer, Sir neil.Posted 10 years ago
I like the look of the Trek one, no need to tip everything out to get to the stuff at the bottom.
I think I'll go for one of these or maybe the bigger version. As long as the neck's big enough to take a rolled up tube, it should do the job.downshepSubscriber
I used to use a plastic 1 litre mixer bottle cut around the middle on my commuter. Free, totally waterproof and easy to pull apart. I've recently uprgraded to a Robinsons Apple and Blackcurrant diluting juice bottle as the ridges around the circumference snap together nicely and it sits quite snug in the bottle cage. Big enough to hold a repair kit, spare tube, cloth, latex gloves, spare chain links, splitter, tyre levers, you get the idea.Posted 10 years ago
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