Why We Like The TekLite Roll-Top Bag
Rounding out the day with another 10 miles may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but that was before the downpour hit. So, it's a good thing we've got the TekLite Roll-Top Bag to keep our gadgets and gear safe from the showers. This bag is designed to be lightweight and tough enough to stand up to wear and tear, and the elements. It features a 1L carrying capacity for everything from multi-tools to spare tubes and snacks, and its roll-top design easily protects our items inside.
- A protective roll-top bag for carrying our gear on our bike
- 1L carrying capacity means we can fit everything from tools to nutrition
- Ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene material is light and strong
- Roll-top design protects from water, dirt, and debris
- Silicone-backed strap with a hook-and-loop design secures to our bike
- Item #WFCA01Y
- ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene
- 0.6, 1L
- 1 main
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February 5, 2024
- I've put it through the wringer
I originally confused myself and bought the version without the mounting plate; I was planning on using my underneath downtube mounting points with the plate but I just use the velcro strap instead. I use it on my gravel/commuter almost daily for the past 3 months. The velcro strap works well to hold it in place, though after a dozen muddy rides the velcro is starting to not be as sticky. I've already patched a hole in the bag with a tent fabric repair patch. It is pretty water resistant, though on wet and muddy rides even when it was brand new a little bit of water and dirt were able to work their way inside the bag. I've got a 650c tube, small pump, tire lever, plug repair kit, and multitool in it and it is about 2/3 full. The biggest issue is when this full the single velcro strap doesn't really hold it as well as it could, it could benefit from another strap to use in the second strap opening. This would help secure it better, because it does occasionally wander and rotate into the pedal. I'm looking for something with strap security to replace this.
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