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OrtliebMicro Two Saddle Bag

$30.00 - $35.00

Item # OLBA02V

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Item # OLBA02V
Description

Why We Like The Micro Two Saddle Bag

We love a candy bar or an energy shot at the 25-mile-mark of our 50-mile Saturday ride, but we're not into bulky bags that weigh us down on tough climbs. That's why we're turning to the Micro Two Saddle Bag. It fits snug as a bug under our seat, and it's the perfect size for our critical items.

  • Minimalist seat bag for carrying our essential items on long rides
  • Weighing in at 4.2-ounces for a minimalist, easy-access bag
  • Mounting bracket included for simple attachment
  • Featured reflector that helps in low-light conditions
  • Roll closure and elastic drawstrings collapse size or expand
  • Small dimensions make for a space-saving solution to our needs

Tech Specs
MaterialPS21, PS21R
Volume0.5L
Mountseat
Pockets1 main
Closureroll top
Dimensions12 x 7 x 12cm
Recommended Usecommuting, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty5 years
Weight

Claimed Weight

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4.2oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Durable, Easy to clean

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Taken this on many long full-day technical rides. My full suspension bike is an XS frame with 27/5 wheels and a 130 rear fork. With my dropper fully down, my tire does contact the bag on big impacts. With that being said, this is a great bag and the seat attachment design is awesome. The bag doesn't bounce around at all. I have the smaller 0.5L size and usually fit a tube, CO2, patch kit, multi-tool, levers, zip ties, and chain lube, so I would say it holds more than I expected.

>Rating: 5

Great for dropper post!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I was looking for a saddle bag for my gravel bike without a seat post strap since that strap obstructs the dropper post from compressing to its full extent. This one seems to do the trick and so far has been holding tight!

>Rating: 5

Favorite Seat Bag

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
0.8L

I got the larger 0.8L for my gravel bike and am now a big fan of Ortlieb and how they handle the mounting system on the bottom of the seat. It's easy to take the bag off and when putting back on it feels really secure. I had the Scicon bags and they work fine for road bikes but I wouldn't want it on gravel where all the bumps and rough terrain might jolt the Scicon rotating mount system off. This isn't the case for Ortlieb as it feels like it could take any bump. I'll be converting future bikes to these saddle bags. The rear reflectors on the bag are a nice bonus as well. Even if you have rear lights it's nice that can shine and reflect off the seat bag for more visibility.

>Rating: 5

Perfect!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 10"
Weight
160 lbs

Had this for 18 months, put it through 4500 miles of gravel riding. It's perfect. Keeps my stuff from getting wet. Easy and quick to access on the side of the road. Plenty of space but can be expanded or contracted based on how much I want to carry. A very slight looseness at the clip where it connects to the bike, which sometimes rattles a little, but it really is not noticeable anymore -- Maybe I have gotten used to it. Highly recommend!

>Rating: 3

Functional But...

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 2"
Weight
195 lbs

I was excited to find an option allowing me to carry spare tube, multi-tool, CO2 cartridges, snacks and such so that I could ride without a backpack. This served that purpose, however, it does not work well on an MTB with any degree of Rear Travel on playful down hill sections. I have experienced hitting some rollers where this product catches the rear tire and just rips right off. This would probably work very well for rigid bikes, but I would not recommend them for those who love to ride the playful down hill on a full travel MTB. Luckily I noticed this on some local trails quickly, and I will be selling my used Ortlieb for this reason.

You're kinda knocking this product where it seems like in your scenario any seat bag would do a lousy job with a mountain bike where the dropper post was all the way down and the bag may hit the rear wheel. If that's the case then no seat bag would have done a good job for you. I think this bag and mounting system is terrific but naturally you need to have tire clearance for it.