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On-Bike Tools and Repair Storage

Aug. 2, 2018, 9:59 a.m.
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Posted by: craw

Posted by: rnayel

Hi Andy, 

I was thinking something along the lines of a small dry bag that can be used along with a Race Face Strap or similar. It would keep your tools & tube dry/muck free. 

This might be a non-existent problem that nobody needs to solve.

https://www.wolftoothcomponents.com/collections/soft-goods/products/b-rad-roll-top-bag

Good Find!

So far my little mec drybag seems to be working great...staying in place. I would change the design a bit to be more like the wolftooth solution above. The little drybag from mec has little wings for straps on it that I do not like...they do not work for this application, but other than that it's been great.

Aug. 2, 2018, 4:02 p.m.
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Joined: Feb. 17, 2009

Posted by: pedalhound

Posted by: craw

Posted by: rnayel

Hi Andy, 

I was thinking something along the lines of a small dry bag that can be used along with a Race Face Strap or similar. It would keep your tools & tube dry/muck free. 

This might be a non-existent problem that nobody needs to solve.

https://www.wolftoothcomponents.com/collections/soft-goods/products/b-rad-roll-top-bag

Good Find!

So far my little mec drybag seems to be working great...staying in place. I would change the design a bit to be more like the wolftooth solution above. The little drybag from mec has little wings for straps on it that I do not like...they do not work for this application, but other than that it's been great.

Agreed, this looks like a winner, and cheap too (scale production at its best).  It seems like Wolf Tooth is killing it at the moment with smartly designed, cost competitive solutions for life's little inconveniences (as is One UP!).

Aug. 16, 2018, 10:58 a.m.
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Joined: June 20, 2010

I dont know whether this has been posted but i bought one of these for the EWS.

https://www.dakine.com/en-ca/bags/backpacks/bike-backpacks/hot-laps-gripper-bike-bag/
Managed to get a tube, two levers, tool, 2 c02 carts. Stayed put fairly well too.

Aug. 16, 2018, 5:47 p.m.
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Joined: May 2, 2004

Posted by: nortonwhis

I dont know whether this has been posted but i bought one of these for the EWS.

https://www.dakine.com/en-ca/bags/backpacks/bike-backpacks/hot-laps-gripper-bike-bag/
Managed to get a tube, two levers, tool, 2 c02 carts. Stayed put fairly well too.

Tried stuffing my multi tool in the side sleeve and lost it in the bike park on that :(

Aug. 17, 2018, 9:40 a.m.
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Joined: June 20, 2010

Posted by: Kevin26

Posted by: nortonwhis

I dont know whether this has been posted but i bought one of these for the EWS.

https://www.dakine.com/en-ca/bags/backpacks/bike-backpacks/hot-laps-gripper-bike-bag/
Managed to get a tube, two levers, tool, 2 c02 carts. Stayed put fairly well too.

Tried stuffing my multi tool in the side sleeve and lost it in the bike park on that :(

Yeah its odd that there is no actual way to seal the bottom. I was planning on stuffing my gf's tool there but thought better of it.

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