Timbuk2 Seat Bag
black 84cu.in.
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  • All you need for a day cycling in the wine country or trekking through the Headlands is this sleek bike seat accessory that will fit all your essentials like your ID, power gel, keys and a 20 spot. Choose your color and your style.
  • Rugged ballistic nylon construction
  • Rubberized piping
  • Velcro strap attaches securely to any bicycle seat post
  • Key ring tether inside
  • Timbuk2 quality guarantee

Attachment Velcro With Compression Strap
Closure Zipper Closure
Color Black
Logo Timbuk2 Logo
Material Ballistic Nylon
Size 84Cu.In.
BikePedia Item ID: 807637
Mfr's Part #: 929-6-074
UPC: 631364491984

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10/29/2011 12:10:13 AM
7 to 12 Months
Bad bag. Bad bad bag.
Pros: Looks good on the bike Compact Holds what you need. Simple design Easy install
Cons: Poor design - velcro tore through my expensive bibs Velcro did not hold up. Bag repeatedly fell off the bike.
Comments: I was a dissatisfied user of the first iteration of Timbuk2 seat bag (medium). The velcro end on the seat post tab tore through several pair of bib shorts. Timbuk2 fixed the tab issue so I bought another one in March. I am not happy with the new one either. The rail velcro straps do not stay attached. I just completed a week long cycling trip of 330 miles and multiple times everyday I had to stop and reattach the side straps. I knew it was an issue before the trip but for capacity the bag is perfect for me. The fabric is topnotch and appearance is great. I was even willing to overlook that there was no loop for attaching a tail light. My seat rails are standard. The bag contains one tube, a small Park (inch square) patch kit, two Park plastic tire levers, two CO2 cartridges and thin plastic gloves. I shouldn't be surprised but Timbuk2 won't post this review on their customer reviews of this product. I am researching for another bag. I have had it with Timbuk2.

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