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mark1989 04 Jan 18:50  

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I've got a Ortlieb Mud Racer Small Saddle Bag from wiggle for just over £20, trying to work out what to fill it with.

guessing an innertube, small multitool, £10 incase I need a beer on route anytime and a cliff bar.

Any other good ideas?

Mark1989

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woodowl 20 Nov 01:15  

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Ive just bought a High Gear daysack (£10).
Superb rucksack,got loads of pockets inside for everything you could ever need.
Mine has.
Lezyne multi tool.
Dumbell spanner
2 spare tubes
Puncture repair kit (self adeshive patches as well, im a big fan of em ) .Small pair of binoculars (i"m a twitcher and proud of it)
In the winter i have a 1lt flask full of tea, cant beat a brew or soup while your out on a long ride.

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fatmac 21 Jan 10:46  

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Don't use a saddle bag much these days.
I use seat packs/wedges.
Inside => tubes, levers, multitool, puncture kit, rag.
Outside => mini pump.


nikko64 22 Jan 11:53  

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spare tube
allen keys (no nuts on the bike)
latex gloves
hand wipes
puncture outfit
cable ties
iphone
energy bars
valve spanner
head torch
a few plasters
loose change





keep_fit 22 Jan 17:40  

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not got 1 as yet for the Apollo bike
only weight i have is 25k not sure what to get for it as yet any ideas
to be use for wild camping


spaceman 22 Jan 18:38  

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I have added a small pack of wet wipes and even a couple of pair of disposable gloves, really help when you have to do a repair and everything is wet an oily.

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Crazy tee 02 Jul 20:47  

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Tubes spanner Alan key puncher kit money


Space Man 11 Aug 20:54  

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I try to keep it as basic as possible for my daily commute:
Pedros tyre levers.
Self sealing patches (so don't need glue).
Mini tool.
Mini pump.
Latex gloves(not good getting covered in oil on my way to work).




edwade4041 13 Sep 10:17  

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I have always found it a good idea to carry my(ice) in case of
Emergency details on a piece of laminated card in my bag. Have it in your
Phone contacts as well, there are a couple of free
Apps you can you that do not require you to input a
Password to get access to it.

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woodfrey 17 Sep 12:50  

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Amongst the spare tube, puncture outfit and tools I always have a reasonably sized piece of rag or prefferably a piece of an old towel - ideal for messy hands or wiping seat/handlebars after it's been raining


BusterG 18 Sep 09:59  

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Good thread. I am surprised by the amount of kit some peeps carry, must be very fit.

Multi tool (with chain tool)
1 spare inner tube
small puncture repair kit
slimjim waterproof wallet
levers
phone
New addition** re-usable zip ties** for reseating tricky puncture resistant tyres.

Out: Snickers bars (maybe I am doing shorter routes these days but dont feel the need for energy hits any more)

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rustyspoke 18 Sep 10:21  

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Spare tubes repair kit multi tool and just enough to get me home.
always travel light as possible


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claystevens 26 Dec 03:02  

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Inner tube
dozens pounds
water bottle
some food
repair kit



VELOcete 01 Jan 01:37  

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multi tool
tyre levers
spare inner tube
fag papers
first aid kit
puncture kit
snickers
a tenner (incase i go too far or bike dies always handy for train)


BusterG 02 Jan 14:18  

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VELOcete, I am guessing the fag papers arent a cunning puncture fix.
:-)

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VELOcete 02 Jan 23:14  

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they are to fix something buster :) but not a puncture


kobudo4 29 Jul 18:06  

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I'm getting complacent with my small saddle bag, I haven't got anything in it except dog poop bags for when I go bikejoring. Think some tools, repair kit and spare inner tube should be a must. £10 for a "Just in case train" and another for emergency beer sound good too.


eastman 01 Sep 12:10  

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In bag: tube, tools, patch kit, tire levers, some cash, tiny cable lock. Those stay there for all rides. The bag only gets opened if one of those items is needed.


Andy_Bailey 23 Mar 17:29  

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Money
Phone
Paper
Pen
Toolkit
Rope
Emergency medicine
Mini pump
Chain link
2inner tube



Newjez 30 Sep 10:06  

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Tube X 2 for me and my son
Light raincoat
Emergency blanket
Multi tool
Adjustable spanner
Compass
String
Chain tool
Maps
Rag


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