The Basico 5200 is the perfect frame bag for everyday use. It mounts easily to the top tube of your bicycle with hook-and-loop straps and has a 1.2 liter stowing capacity. Like all ABUS products, it's incredibly well-made and sturdy, and it's water repellent. - 1.2 liter stowing capacity - Water repellent and robust material - Practical interior design - Very ample main compartment - Reflective accents
Keep your essentials close at hand with Fabric's versatile Cageless Tool Keg. The innovative design means the keg can attach directly onto your bike frame, so tools, tubes, snacks and more are never far away. - Patented cageless system - Secure water tight storage - Supplied with two sets of studs - Includes neoprene sleeve - Mounts to any bike
Giant's ToGo Single Bag is a great top-tube bag all that keeps necessary items close at hand. Great for everyone from triathletes needing nutrition to long-distance tourists needing maps; it features a zipped main compartment with a easy slide-in side pocket so you don't have to take your eyes off the road. Plus, the durable, weather-resistant construction will last for years to come.
- Protextura Water-Resistant Nylon And Zipper Keeps Contents Safe And Dry - Triangle Design With Full-Length Zipper Provides Easy Access To The Main Compartment - Anti-Slip Hook-And-Loop Straps Secure To The Top Tube And Seat Post - Headlight Holder Provides Optimal Visibility And Safety
$26.00 - $32.00
Keep your snacks, camera, or phone close at hand in Giant's Waterproof Top Tube Bag. It features welded seams and TPU-laminated fabric to completely seal out the elements. Velcro straps let you mount it quickly and easily to your bike.
- Water resistant material - Rip stop construction for durability - Designed to hold a phone (max 5 inches long) and other items securely - Convenient flip top opening - Hook and loop fasteners mounting system
BiKASE's Beetle Top Tube/Stem Phone Bag is perfect for your phone, wallet, keys, gels and other smaller items. This fine 600-denier nylon bag quickly and easily attaches to your bicycle frame top tube or your stem with its Velcro and shock cord mount. Your phone goes on top and there's a zip compartment below for your other goodies. You can operate your phone through the clear window. The Beetle accepts iPhones and Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4s and has a removable spacer to fit big or smaller phones.
$34.95 - $39.95
Topeak's Smartphone DryBags are a great way to keep your smartphone handy for communication or to use as a GPS during longer rides. This pack features a foam body for protection from bumps and a clear touchscreen-compatible window for viewing your phone's display.
The BiKASE Long John takes top tube bags to the next level. Need more space than the Trifly but really don’t want a full-fledged frame bag? Then the Long John is the perfect option for you. With multiple mountain straps and positions, the Long John can be mounted like a traditional top tube bag, or… flip it over and use it like a frame bag. With side zippers, it doesn’t matter how you mount it… your gear always remains in reach! - Can be mounted above or below the top tube - Side zippers allow the rider to access their gear at any angle - Multi-position straps with elastic to mount firmly on top tube - Works with bikes with limited space between top and down tubes
$44.95 - $49.95
Topeak's Fuel Tank mounts directly to your top tube, giving you quick and easy access to energy bars, your phone, wallet, tools or any small essential gear you need to keep close at hand while riding. The top opening, zipper accessed, main compartment keeps contents safe and secure.
$79.00 - $89.00
- 600D water resistant nylon fabric with optimal abrasion and rip-stop characteristics - Flexible construction design fits a wide variety of frames - Full-length, zippered pocket allows easy access to gear on the fly
Features - 600D water-resistant nylon fabric with optimal abrasion and rip-stop characteristics - Flexible construction design fits a wide variety of frames - Full-length, zippered pocket allows easy access to gear on the fly
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