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Handy storage for daily cyclists.
Whether you're a commuter desiring storage for essential tools or you need something a bit more substantial to carry on long-distance road rides, the Ortlieb Saddle Bag has you covered with three different sizes, burly waterproof construction, and a stable bracket mount that attaches to your saddle rails. The roll-up closure won't succumb to the elements, even in a heavy downpour. You'll also find two d-rings along the rear for attaching a bike light or clipping additional items.
Small and medium sizes are great for cyclists that need essential repair tools, snacks, everyday accessories, and other small/mid-sized items on the road. The large Saddle Bag is truly a replacement for a small backpack, carrying a host of items within its roomy interior. This larger option has an additional strap (not included) that stabilizes heavy loads from bouncing excessively on the road. All sizes include mounting brackets and hardware, as well as a rear Scotchlite reflector for visibility after dark.
- Versatile saddle bag for commuting and longer rides
- Three available sizes tailored to your carrying needs
- Durable, waterproof fabric with secure roll-up closure
- Secure mounting bracket attaches to your saddle rails
- Additional strap on large size for load stabilization
- D-rings on rear for clipping a bike light
- Scotchlite reflector hit on backside
- Item #OLB0021
- Q & A
I Love this bag!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is a terrific bag! I have both the medium and large sizes on my road bike. I like that I can swap the bag between bikes. I used to want the smallest seat bag possible but after getting stuck with flats and not enough supplies far from home, I decided to switch to a larger bag. The medium is quite spacious, with room for a few CO2 cartridges and inflator, spare tubes, patch kit, tool, etc. It's not quite long enough for a micro pump. The large is very spacious and the price here is fantastic. I can fit a micro pump and some spare clothes & food in it, which is great for solo century days in places without backup or cell reception. If I want to compress the bags down a bit, I use a spare tie-down strap. Waterproofing is superb, adjustability covers a wide range, yet these bags are not as bulky as bike packing or bike-touring packs. They hit a perfect sweet spot. There's also no zippers to get snagged, and no stitching that will come undone like on so many seat bags. These are fantastic bags and I am very pleased with them!
Nice and stable
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The small is big enough for a couple of tubes, levers, multitool, key, and maybe a couple of clif bars. The fit is super stable, but is still quick to take on and off the bike. I do wish the roll closure had some level of adjustability to tighten the bag up when it's not completely full.