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SilcaLoaded Seat Roll Premio
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Item # SLC000U

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Item # SLC000U
Description

Luxury under the saddle.

Since its inception, Silca has been elevating the humble floor pump to the realm of art. The Seat Roll Premio does the same for the saddle bag. Though the body is waxed, waterproof cotton shot through with reflective threading, the Roll Premio's key feature is actually the inclusion of a Boa dial instead of the usual hook-and-loop strap. The Boa wire buckle is a lower profile, more elegant solution for attaching the Roll Premio to saddle rails. It also matches your shoes.

When not secured to the saddle, the Roll Premio folds open, providing uninhibited access to each of its three internal pockets. This lets you max out its capacity without trying to overcome the restrictions of a too-small opening—all to common on saddle bags that unzip at one end.

  • A premium saddle bag for discerning cyclists
  • Wire buckle is lower profile than hook-and-loop straps
  • Body material is waterproof and features reflective details
  • Folding structure doesn't limit capacity like small openings
  • Holds tubes up to 700c x 45mm
  • Includes Italian Army Knife Tredici Multi-tool and EOLO III CO2 Regulator
Tech Specs
Tech Specs
Material
waxed canvas
Mount
saddle
Pockets
3 internal
Closure
foldover
Recommended Use
cycling

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Avg. ride time: 8h 38m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Good minimalist solution

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I accept some of the shortcomings of this from other users. I'm pretty happy with it actually as it fits snug under my seat and transfers from bike to bike pretty easily. It is limited in capacity, I keep the "heavy stuff" , 2-3 CO₂ cartridges, inflator, multi-tool in this and it's compact. I also use a strip of velcro below the BOA wrapped around the roll and seat rails to keep it totally tight, I hate stuff moving around under my saddle when climbing or sprinting. Spare tube and mini-pump still go in the jersey. I've had no issues with durability. So for me it's been a good solution to keep some weight out of the jersey without having a massive bag under the seat. As others have said, if you want to stuff everything in here then this one is too small and you need to go for the larger version.

Too Small to be functional

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Aesthetically this is quite a pleasing seat bag and looks great in photos. The problem is with a silca italian army knife, 1 16gram c02, small c02 valve, a single pedro's lever, and one 80mm valved tube its over filled and is prone to flipping and coming undone (it also looks ungainly) so its basically useless and keep in mind thats a pretty minimal set up. Ideally I'd take another c02 and an extra tube (something I usually do with the eolo wallet) but then it looks like one of those enormous saddle bags tourers use and is very prone to blowing open. Unfortunately it is too late to return the item. BOA is a nice touch.

Avg. ride time: 4h 3m per week
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1 Star Straight up sucks

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Too Small, If you have your saddle really far forward the bag wants to flip so that the back of the bag is pointing down towards the wheel

Avg. ride time: 8h 33m per week
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Great until the Boa wears out

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Pros:

Stylish, quality materials.

Easy to transfer between bikes.

Cons:

A little on the small side

Boa will eventually weaken and release while riding. Your gear will fall from the bag. I've lost a Co2 valve, a couple of cartridges, a multitool, and a patch kit. I've also disrupted group rides with this bag since it kept coming undone - The solution was to stuff it in my jersey. I've also discovered that a Garmin mount o-ring could be used to help keep the roll tight in order to prevent my tools from falling from the roll after it inevitably loosens. However, when the boa does loosen, the bag swings from your saddle like a pair of testicles. Enjoy!

Great until the Boa wears out

The weak "link" is the BOA wire?thread

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I can't say enough about this great bag. Size is perfect. Hugs under the seat.
Cleans nicely. EXCEPT: The BOA wire broke and now the bag is useless. I have looked everywhere for a replacement kit, if you can find the right size, I couldn't, uses a BOA L6, the cost for the kit is about $26. I cant find a place to buy just the wire, and it is not as easy as it looks to just feed in wire. You need the BOA tool.
Too bad, it was a splurge for me , and I loved it, until, I didn't. Luckily I have the seat pack. One could easily lose it.
N.B. I use it mountain biking

Avg. ride time: 7h 20m per week
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Just too small

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Doesn't properly fit a small multi-tool, levers, tube and CO2. Looks nice, but it's just not very functional.

Silca Fan Baby

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

YES, this bag should be compared more to a Small or Mini seat pack in the amount you can fit into it. So if you like to take the kitchen sink with you then you should look to the Grande version, or the new Silca Seat Capsule. I have mine with 2 Co2's a small Co2 inflator head, a small multi tool, and a 700x38c tube. I think the larger tube makes for quite a tight fit, but everything bundles up nicely.
The BOA dial works really nicely at keeping things from getting too sloppy and I love that when you remove this from your bike, (which is super quick and easy) the whole thing lays flat on the ground and is a really convenient area to work on your bike from.

Silca should stick to floor pumps

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

While the styling and engineering is on point, Silca missed the mark for functionality and utility.

To summarize, this seat roll is too small. As I was in the process of migrating my items from my old seatbag to this tool roll, it pained me at the number of compromises I had to make with what I am able to carry during a ride. Even paring down to the bare-minimum that I need to carry; 1 inner tube, 1 tire lever, mini stubby hex key only multitool, c02 inflator, and 1 16g C02 cartridge. I had great difficulty closing the roll and securing it to my bike.

I ended up going back to my old seatbag.

Hi Gary, Silca recently introduced a larger version of the seat roll, the Grande Americano (item # SLC001A). It's worth taking a look at if you like the idea behind the roll!

Daniel Iverson
Gearhead - Bike
801-736-6396 ext. 3598

The Bomb Diggity

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love it, no complaints. Ride 50 - 60 miles per week on CAAD 10, all paved.

Enjoying it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Really happy with this. Holds a lot of kit, holds onto the bike nice and tight, Easy to swap bikes.

I've been getting it filthy and it cleans up fairly well. Typically let it dry then wipe down with a damp cloth. The velcro strap is a bit tricky to keep clean.

I'm storing a spare road tube (likely it could take a bigger tube i.e. CX), multitool, 2 tire levers, CO2 inflator, CO2 canister. It wraps up tidy and looks neat and clean on the bike.

In summary, I'm extremely picky about my bikes and how they look and function. Happy with this purchase provided you keep it clean.

Update on this review: Last weekend I raced the Dirty Kanza in Emporia, Kansas. For those of you who aren't familiar with the race, it's 200 miles of gravel and rocks. This seat roll was totally excellent and didn't move a millimetre. Yes it got dirty, but now out of the washing machine it's good as new.

I had the bag loaded. Co2, Co2 head inflator, valve extender (carbon wheels), tire book, extra sram chain link, spare 40c tube, 2 x tire levers, multi-tool...

Very happy.

Avg. ride time: 3h 27m per week
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Great roll that doesn't eat my shorts!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had to change seat bags because the other ones I had strapped to the seatpost, and was rubbing on my shorts and eating holes in them. This one sinches up tight and doesn't move. Everything packs in tightly, so no rattling. I would definitely recommend.

Avg. ride time: 4h 21m per week
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The Best Saddle Bag Option

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'll admit I was hesitant about dropping nearly $50 on a saddle bag. My last bag cost about half than that. But when I hit an unexpected bump on a ride that old bag flew off. I was several miles down the road before I noticed and when I went back to look for it, it was gone.

That lead my search for a new saddle bag. My top requirement was the bag had to be secure. I did my research and decided to take the plunge on the premio. After several rides it has hung on to my seat no matter what bump I hit or surface I go over, it never moves or shifts. The materials used on the premio are premium and I have no concerns it breaking off or wearing out. If I had one wish is that it could hold two tubes for long rides. But other than that it's a great saddle bag that is super simple to use.

Great until it disappears

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This seat roll seemed like a great idea. I rode with it 3 times for about 85 miles total. On the 4th ride, something broke and my new seat roll disappeared, never to be seen again. I hadn't taken it off since I installed it before that first ride, so I don't think it was an installation issue. Something broke and away it went along with a new tube, CO2 infiltrator head and cartridge, and a small multi-tool. I didn't discover it was missing until preparing for my next ride, so I wasn't able to recover the roll to understand what went wrong. It's a interesting concept, just don't trust it to be there when you need to fix a flat!

I recently purchased a saddle roll, and on the first ride it too came loose, dropping my multi tool and co2 inflator. Needless to say, a zippered bag with seatpost strap is really the only way to go unfortunately.

Avg. ride time: 2m per week
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Buy one!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This holds a co2 canister, regulator, 700c tube, and bike multitool just fine. Love the Boa dial since I can cinch the roll directly under the saddle; that's the real win for the design, it is just so solidly attached to the bike. Plus, it's very attractively designed, much more san than your standard under-saddle nylon bag. When you spend thousands on a bike, don't carry your survival kit in a $8 bag you ordered off Amazon!

Anyways, just my two cents. Buy it and enjoy it.

Really close to seat pack perfection

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If there is any such thing as the perfect under-saddle bag, this is about as close to it as I've ever found, and I now have these mounted on two of my bikes.

The one on the road bike is holding a tube, a small multi-tool, CO2 inflator & 2 cartridges, patch kit and tire levers. The one on the gravel bike is holding a larger tube, a larger multi-tool, CO2 inflator & 2 cartridges, patch kit, tire levers, tire boot material, spare valve cores & removal tool, and valve extenders.

Because of the way that the Premio wraps and can be cinched up tight, there is no rattling around in the packs, there's a good solid connection to the saddle rails because of the Boa dials, all making for a really unobtrusive pack under the saddle. I have never had to worry about the pack bouncing loose on a really washboarded out descent.

For my purposes, I cannot think of a better option.

My best option.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Everything I need and nothing more-- that's what fit in this, under my saddle. I keep a tube, a cartridge, a valve, two levels, and a small multi-tool in this. It fits snugly under my saddle with my blinky attached to the elastic strap. The silver threading is reflective too. The design is clean and smart. Great product from a great company.