You can easily fit two tubes, tire levers, a patch kit, and a multitool, in the Anatomico Roller Saddlebag, but SciCon gives you the option to expand it from 820cc to 1610cc in volume. In its larger form, you can also easily hold energy bars, snacks, a telephone, and other personal items.
Its versatility doesn't stop there either. You can strap a small air pump or foldable tire on the outside of the bag too. The Anatomico Roller Saddlebag attaches to the saddle using the lightweight, quick release SciCon Roller system. It is available in black and reflective silver.
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I had high hopes for this bag. I took this bag on a mountainous excursion in the Sierras, the bag was great in carrying everything I wanted it to, the expansion feature is a plus. Unfortunately on our last descent down a bumpy road the bag broke off the seat mount, the 4 plastic fasteners that attach the bag to the plastic sheared right off. The manufacturer uses the same fastener for its smaller (compact) bags all the way to the largest bag they make. I also own the compact saddlebag and have had NO issues. So, if you know that you will never hit a pothole on your ride I highly recommend this bag! :D
I have a question about the capabilities...
I have a question about the capabilities of this particular saddle. Would you be able to fit everything said in the description, for example; "two tubes, tire levers, a patch kit, multitool, etc.." ALL AT ONCE ? Because I've bought a SciCon saddle in the past but unfortunately it was limited in space, leaving me with enough space to fit a multi-tool& patchkit... So I've been riding without any spare tube haha ! But hopefully someone can shed some light on this matter. Thanks again !
This bag will fit two ROAD tubes, tire levers, a SMALL patch kit, a SMALL multitool. Its larger than the average Scicon bag at 820cc
Warning: attaches to seat post
I was looking for a saddle bag that didn't attach to the seat post, to avoid the velcro attachment that rips up lycra bike shorts. I thought SciCon only made bags that attach to the saddle rails directly, but this bag attaches to the saddle rails AND has the typical velcro attachment to the seat post. This is the only SciCon bag I've seen that has this feature. So, although I was excited about the large size of this bag, I returned it and replaced it with another smaller SciCon that only attaches to the saddle rails. This would be a great bag for a touring bike or cruiser bike where you're not wearing lycra bike shorts, though.