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Item # SCI000E

Keep yourself fueled

The Bento box. That phrase that puts shivers in the hearts of roadies everywhere but is essential to the long distance triathlete. Sure, you can "glue" your energy bars to your top tube, but isn't eating clean, dry food just a bit more appetizing? SciCon's Fuel Bag is the perfect size to hold snacks for the road. 

SciCon's Fuel Frame bag was sewn from heavy Cordura fabric for durability. While there are several bento designs on the market, what sets the SciCon apart is that the main compartment is closed with a zipper. This prevents your precious fuel from falling out if you hit an unseen pothole or rough patch in the road. Large pull tabs make it simple to open and close on-the-go. The Fuel Frame bag secures to your top tube with two elastic hook and loop straps and well as a single strap that extends around the head tube. It holds 630 cubic centimeters of tasty treats.

The SciCon Fuel Frame Bag, like the original Model T, comes in one size and in the color Black.

Tech Specs

630 cu cm
one zippered
Recommended Use:
Triathlon, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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Preformed as expected

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Fine Product. I use it for my 'flat' kit. it's just the rights size for hanging upside down from the rear of my top tube. Excellent

It's Ok

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Had it for about a month now and ride 5 x's a week. The bag does an ok job. If you stuff it it tends to be wobbly. But if you put small things in there that are light, it'll stay in place. I primarily got it to put my phone in there. I have an iphone 5S and it just barely fits in there. And that's about all it'll hold. It does come with rubber grips so the straps won't directly touch my carbon road bike frame which I like.

Rock Solid

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Raced the DK200 with this on the top tube of my Specialized Crux. IT stayed put for the length of the race which was WET, Muddy, and generally hell. This held one tube, a vial of chain lube, a tire lever, 1 PRO bar fuel, and 2 gu gels. It was at max capacity in this scenario but worked like a champ. I'm keeping this guy around. I was careful to tighten and fully engage the velcro straps prior to the start of the race. Around mile 150 it did rotate about 5 degrees but at this point It was soaked and not falling off so I did not care.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The price indicates how well the product performed in this case. This bento box does not stay put during a leg of pretty much any triathlon I've done at any distance. The material is not stiff enough to support the gel packs and other item, thus it flops to one side or the other of it gets bumped with your knee, or when removing items.

Frame bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have gone thru a bunch of these (Fuel Belt, Bento Box, etc) and this one works the best. A little lower profile, which keeps it from wobbling on the top tube. Material is heavy enough to keep the bag stiff. It will hold 4 Power Bars across the bottom, with 2 gel packs on top of them. Or various other combinations..... There is an ear bud port on the side, but really don't anticipate using it (not a fan of riding with ear buds in).

Hello, just curious what the actual...

Hello, just curious what the actual dimensions were for this bag.

That is a great question. I have done some homework on your dimensions question, and that bag should measure out to be 62x18x3 cm. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to email me at dmyers@backcountry.com