An easy to fit and durable essentials pack. A wedge style seat pack that fixes conveniently under your saddle and is perfect for carrying all those ride essentials like inner tube and tyre levers. A rubber-coated fabric keeps road spray out of the underside. A T-bar fixes the pack easily under your saddle rails and a Velcro strap secures it to your seat post.
From our new range of practical and essential accessories and tools. Designed with input from our experienced team of riders and mechanics these are no nonsense essentials engineered to do the job.
Designed in England. Next Day and Tracked Delivery options available.
About Ribble Cycles
Founded in 1887, Ribble Cycles continues to be at the very heart of British cycling. From award-winning bikes to innovative clothing and accessories, our long cycling heritage means that we truly understand your needs. Created by cyclists for cyclists.
Road, Mountain Bike, Cyclocross, Commute
Although sized as medium, there is plenty of room for two tubes, multitool and even a cable lock. Sits well under the seat and, despite the generous capacity, it has an angled design that exposes plenty of seatpost underneath to ensure that a rear light will not be obscured. Perfect for your commuter.
25 October 2018
Easy to fit and good quality. Holds tools, tube and levers with ease.
21 October 2018
This saddle bag is of a size suitable for my purposes but the saddle rail attachment mechanism is not good. Regularly the bag detaches itself. The stitching around the plate for the saddle rail attachment is giving way also. The strap for wrapping around the seatpost is too long. Overall not a very good item.
26 September 2018
a mini backpack
great for 50 plus miles well build,and easy mount.
20 September 2018
Slightly too big and doesn't stay in position
This is a really good idea but I found a couple of issues:
1. The bar that goes across the underside of the saddle doesn't stay in place, especially if you're riding on rough roads - I've had it drop out completely on one occasion and catch on the back wheel. Luckily the seat post velcro stopped it falling off completely.
2. This is a bit too wide at the front and I found that the backs of my thighs bumped it during the pedal cycle. Moving forward in the seat stopped this, but not ideal.