Saddle Bag - recommendations please.

mystic.bertie
mystic.bertie Posts: 136
edited September 2012 in Road buying advice
guys im looking for a saddle bag which wont interfere with my thighs rubbing it, as well as it holding my essentials i would like to be able to fit a couple of sandwiches for my work, is there one that fits the bill or will one big enough to carry my sandwiches causes my thighs to rub?

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  • team47b
    team47b Posts: 6,425
    saddle bags fit under the saddle so shouldn't touch your thighs, unless of course the saddle bag was big enough to fit a couple of decent sized sandwiches in :wink:
    my isetta is a 300cc bike
  • Maybe something like this would help

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/FIXING-TRIANGLE ... B0013DT0EK

    Cut your sarnies into neat triangles and hey presto. Purpose made :D
    Trek Madone 5.9
    Kinesis Crosslight T4
  • team47b wrote:
    saddle bags fit under the saddle so shouldn't touch your thighs, unless of course the saddle bag was big enough to fit a couple of decent sized sandwiches in :wink:

    having read a few posts it seems common people buying the small saddle bags and rubbing on their thighs. :D
  • ALaPlage wrote:
    Maybe something like this would help

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/FIXING-TRIANGLE ... B0013DT0EK

    Cut your sarnies into neat triangles and hey presto. Purpose made :D


    cheers mate, something to consider but i think for looks wise i would prefer a neat saddle bag but it is the right shape for triangular sandwiches lol :mrgreen:
  • after reading the reviews i have ordered the topeak aero small saddle bag. The medium sounds a bit on the big side, it might not fit my sandwiches though lol