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Ortlieb Micro Two Saddle Bag

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Micro Two Saddle Bag

  • A lightweight saddle bag to keep you equipped
  • Roll-top closure keeps water out with IPX6 rating
  • Hold up to abuse of the ride with PU coated ripstop
  • Boost low-light visibility with Scochlite 3M panel
  • Fixing plate mounts to saddle rails for secure fit
  • Holds up to 2-pounds of gear for your ride
  • Item #OLB002Y

rip-stop nylon, PU-coated
0.5L, 0.8L
fixing plate with release lever
1 main
roll-top with elastic sides
[0.5L] 2.8 x 4.7 x 4.7in [0.8L] 3.5 x 4.7 x 5.5in
Claimed Weight
[0.5L] 120g, [0.8L] 140g
Recommended Use
commuting, cross-country, cyclocross, enduro, gravel, road cycling, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Works great with a tweak

I've put it through the wringer

I have the .5 version and ride road tubeless, but normally carry a Crank Bros. multitool with chain breaker (big), two threaded cartridges and micro inflator, a quick link installer with extra links, and a tubeless tire plug/repair tool. I could probably jam in a tube as well. The bag is oriented on the horizontal plane and doesn't appear to be very 'aero' when you're off the bike, but it's hidden behind your thighs so I don't think you're sacrificing much from its shape. My one quibble about the bag is that the plastic grippers at the end of the elastic cinch straps face forward. These can abrade the legs on your shorts. I came up with a simple workaround for this: stretch them a little further and tuck the grippers at the six o'clock position. The clip is rock solid and locks with a resounding click. I've lost a bunch of tools with other clip on bags, most notably Scicon bags, which look great but are made poorly. The waterproofedness on this one has been put to the test as well and came through just fine.

>Rating: 4

Stuff it full

I've put it through the wringer

This is a nice saddle bag option for bikes where a traditional saddle bag mounting style won't work i.e. a Thudbuster or dropper post. The mounting plate goes on the rear rails on your saddle and the bag slides securely into place. The rolltop and coating of the bag will keep the contents dry in most situations. It also holds a lot more than I thought! In the .8L I have a tube, 2 C02's, air chuck, large multitool, chain breaker, and two tire levers. The rolltop closure allows for filling the bag as you need. My one qualm with the bag is the plate works itself loose after every few gravel rides. It's a quick fix, just tighten with a Philips. But, the rattling around can be obnoxious on a descent. Going to try some blue lock-tite on the fastening screws to see if that alleviates the issue. Other than that, it is an outstanding bag!

Katie, Do you think you can fit the following on the .5L bag? Tube, large multitool, chain breaker, two tire levers, patch kit


Will the Small 0.5 L fit a 29er tube? Will it work with a dropper post? Any rub on the shorts/legs? It seems a bit wide.


My seat is pushed as far forward as possible on my seatpost. Will the fixing plate work on the back/wider portion of the rails or do I need horizontal rail space?

If it's on the upward part of the rails the bag may jut into the saddle and it may be difficult to access the release switch. It's not the best bag I've used...