Vaude Off Road Bag to attach to Bicycle Seat Post M black RRP £75 £14.53 prime / £19.28 non prime @ Amazon
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Vaude Off Road Bag to attach to Bicycle Seat Post M black RRP £75 £14.53 prime / £19.28 non prime @ Amazon

Banned 37
Banned
Found 9th Nov



Size:
M (21x 19 x 38 cm)



Colour:
Black




  • Luggage Spider



  • Integral rainhood



  • Safety light attachment



  • Klick fix seat post mounting



  • Expansion panel
Product Description


A good pack substitute. In this larger saddlebag version you can transport up to 4 kilos.



Box Contains


1 x Rack Pack

1st deal please go easy

37 Comments

The recommended retail price is a joke.

The RRP is a joke, however that is a shed load of capacity, too big for my needs though

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winter_zombie10 m ago

The recommended retail price is a joke.



Can you recommend a better deal?

winter_zombie34 m ago

The recommended retail price is a joke.


Yup.. that’s bike stuff for you.

Original Poster Banned

Cheapest price ever apparently uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Vau…IC2

Am just off to complain about some RRPs but hey, at least I posted a deal whist doing it haah!

SteveLeather32 m ago

Can you recommend a better deal?



their is quite a lot of choice for around £15 for a bike bag, the crazy big size bag in your deal is way way way over the top for 99.9% of bikers.
all the bag needs to carry is a inner tube,instant patchs,tyre levers.

here is just two i picked both with in £15

Evoc Saddle Bag - Team
RRP £16.95
£13.49
chainreactioncycles.com/evo…041

OR

Topeak Aero Wedge Strap On Saddle Bag
RRP £16.99
£11.99
chainreactioncycles.com/top…361


both very good and have enough room for whats needed in a saddle bag..

There going mad for the on the Facebook CAADX owners club, many members brought them when they went down to £26. Lots of very good reviews but be warned every couple of days it seems to drop even more, Think you need to order at the right time before it goes back up...

Its now down to £14.36, see my point, its dropping like 50p twice a day!

This is a really good deal, my bag was more than this 20 years ago
Edited by: "phead" 9th Nov

Original Poster Banned

Be79n6 m ago

Its now down to £14.36, see my point, its dropping like 50p twice a day!



Be careful .... haha!

Good price; handy size for long rides with very changeable weather and some spare clothing in case you get soaked...

Thanks OP well spotted!
Bagged one

winter_zombie2 h, 52 m ago

their is quite a lot of choice for around £15 for a bike bag, the crazy …their is quite a lot of choice for around £15 for a bike bag, the crazy big size bag in your deal is way way way over the top for 99.9% of bikers.all the bag needs to carry is a inner tube,instant patchs,tyre levers. here is just two i picked both with in £15Evoc Saddle Bag - Team RRP £16.95£13.49http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/evoc-saddle-bag-team/rp-prod95041ORTopeak Aero Wedge Strap On Saddle BagRRP £16.99 £11.99http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/topeak-aero-wedge-strap-on-saddle-bag/rp-prod7361both very good and have enough room for whats needed in a saddle bag..


Don’t you just love this site? Yet another person who thinks what suits them, suits everyone else.
This is is exactly what I’ve been looking for because I want a bag that can accommodate more than just an inner tube, tyre levers and patches.
Thanks OP. I’ve ordered one and voted hot.

LINGY9642 m ago

Don’t you just love this site? Yet another person who thinks what suits t …Don’t you just love this site? Yet another person who thinks what suits them, suits everyone else. This is is exactly what I’ve been looking for because I want a bag that can accommodate more than just an inner tube, tyre levers and patches.Thanks OP. I’ve ordered one and voted hot.

Then how about a camelbak of some sort ?? A bike bag is only ment for keeping the very basic repair kit. This is due to it been on the back of the saddle and most of the time eill end up soaked in rain or mud and second when your out on the bike their is a good chance your bike bag may be stolen due to the quick release. When you stop for a break or toilet or quick look around the local bike shop. This is why most riders use a camelbak of some kind to keep all major stuff in and it's safe.

Point proven, few hours later and its now £14.27!. Its been dropping by the hour for the last week!.
Edited by: "Be79n" 10th Nov

winter_zombie1 h, 51 m ago

Then how about a camelbak of some sort ?? A bike bag is only ment for …Then how about a camelbak of some sort ?? A bike bag is only ment for keeping the very basic repair kit. This is due to it been on the back of the saddle and most of the time eill end up soaked in rain or mud and second when your out on the bike their is a good chance your bike bag may be stolen due to the quick release. When you stop for a break or toilet or quick look around the local bike shop. This is why most riders use a camelbak of some kind to keep all major stuff in and it's safe.


Literally nothing that you've claimed makes sense. There's no reason why it should be limited to holding basic kit. If it's quick release, you can take it with you so nobody steals it - that's the point. And a backpack will get just as wet/muddy as a tailpack in poor weather, unless you use a mudguard of some description, in which case neither gets as wet/muddy.

Seems like a really nice compromise between a small tailpack and something more cumbersome, like a pannier. And most Vaude gear is solid stuff. Looks good for the price.

An hour later and £14.24....

I have one of the more expensive brands version of this and they are great for long bike rides. I am relatively new to road cycling and tend to cycle on my own, so on a 70m+ bike ride I like to prepare for every eventuality. I normally take a bike lock, plenty of snacks, puncture repair stuff, a bike tool, phone battery pack etc.

Obvious downside is they weigh a lot, and make the rear of the bike quite heavy. Worth it for not having to wear a back pack though.

winter_zombie7 h, 31 m ago

Then how about a camelbak of some sort ?? A bike bag is only ment for …Then how about a camelbak of some sort ?? A bike bag is only ment for keeping the very basic repair kit. This is due to it been on the back of the saddle and most of the time eill end up soaked in rain or mud and second when your out on the bike their is a good chance your bike bag may be stolen due to the quick release. When you stop for a break or toilet or quick look around the local bike shop. This is why most riders use a camelbak of some kind to keep all major stuff in and it's safe.


If this isn’t for you, fair enough, don’t buy it. But don’t go telling people it’s not for them because it’s not your perception of what a bike bag should be.
Personally, I don’t like backpacks because they make my back sweaty. But I’m not going to tell all backpack-wearing cyclists that they should buy this and are wrong buying a camelback to put other stuff in. How do you know “most” riders wear a camelback to put other stuff in? Do you have X-ray eyes that can see through backpacks? That’s purely an opinion based on no hard facts.

Be79n6 h, 22 m ago

An hour later and £14.24....


We get it

LINGY969 h, 30 m ago

Don’t you just love this site? Yet another person who thinks what suits t …Don’t you just love this site? Yet another person who thinks what suits them, suits everyone else. This is is exactly what I’ve been looking for because I want a bag that can accommodate more than just an inner tube, tyre levers and patches.Thanks OP. I’ve ordered one and voted hot.


The guy was asked to recommend something else, cut him some slack, don’t you just love these sites when people jump down your throat! People looking for a bag might not realise just how big this bag is, it’s nearly 40cm long

LINGY961 h, 22 m ago

If this isn’t for you, fair enough, don’t buy it. But don’t go telling peop …If this isn’t for you, fair enough, don’t buy it. But don’t go telling people it’s not for them because it’s not your perception of what a bike bag should be.Personally, I don’t like backpacks because they make my back sweaty. But I’m not going to tell all backpack-wearing cyclists that they should buy this and are wrong buying a camelback to put other stuff in. How do you know “most” riders wear a camelback to put other stuff in? Do you have X-ray eyes that can see through backpacks? That’s purely an opinion based on no hard facts.


You ok? Why do I need X-ray vision to see a camelbak, the camelbak is the backpack. And again I agree, if I want to carry more equipment (and the weight that goes with this) I want it on a more centre of gravity, not hanging off the rear of my bike. Another plus for a good backpack is that it offers back protection should I come off. Pros and cons of both, but hey let’s shoot everyone down that has a different on opinion (and when they were asked for it in the first place)

windta1ker13 m ago

The guy was asked to recommend something else, cut him some slack, don’t y …The guy was asked to recommend something else, cut him some slack, don’t you just love these sites when people jump down your throat! People looking for a bag might not realise just how big this bag is, it’s nearly 40cm long


Because he didn’t just recommend a bag, he went on to say this was way over the top for 99.9% of bikers and all a bag needs to carry is an inner tube, patches and tyre levers and then suggested a camelback to carry stuff. Fine for him and good luck to him but allow other people to use their own judgement as to what’s best for them. This is a good price for the product and is what this site about.

LINGY961 h, 31 m ago

If this isn’t for you, fair enough, don’t buy it. But don’t go telling peop …If this isn’t for you, fair enough, don’t buy it. But don’t go telling people it’s not for them because it’s not your perception of what a bike bag should be.Personally, I don’t like backpacks because they make my back sweaty. But I’m not going to tell all backpack-wearing cyclists that they should buy this and are wrong buying a camelback to put other stuff in. How do you know “most” riders wear a camelback to put other stuff in? Do you have X-ray eyes that can see through backpacks? That’s purely an opinion based on no hard facts.

No just 22 years of riding a mountain bike and seeing and meeting many thousands of riders . I live only 2 miles from sherwood pines it's my local ride.

LINGY969 m ago

Because he didn’t just recommend a bag, he went on to say this was way o …Because he didn’t just recommend a bag, he went on to say this was way over the top for 99.9% of bikers and all a bag needs to carry is an inner tube, patches and tyre levers and then suggested a camelback to carry stuff. Fine for him and good luck to him but allow other people to use their own judgement as to what’s best for them. This is a good price for the product and is what this site about.


But he did recommend a bag, two infact, anyway life’s too short, I agree this bag is a good deal. I was looking for something slightly bigger for my cx, the picture is deceptive and after looking at specs I was gobsmacked just how big it was

Decisions - this or a Camelbak? Anyone got any strong opinions?

winter_zombie42 m ago

No just 22 years of riding a mountain bike and seeing and meeting many …No just 22 years of riding a mountain bike and seeing and meeting many thousands of riders . I live only 2 miles from sherwood pines it's my local ride.


I didn’t mean this to be a slanging match and appreciate your intentions were well meaning. My frustrations with this site are people telling other people what’s best for them without really knowing what their needs are. For some, me included, this is a good deal and I’ve bought it but for others it’s not the product for them. I apologise if my comments were taken in the wrong way but it’s the sweeping generalisations I find a little irritating.

LINGY969 m ago

I didn’t mean this to be a slanging match and appreciate your intentions w …I didn’t mean this to be a slanging match and appreciate your intentions were well meaning. My frustrations with this site are people telling other people what’s best for them without really knowing what their needs are. For some, me included, this is a good deal and I’ve bought it but for others it’s not the product for them. I apologise if my comments were taken in the wrong way but it’s the sweeping generalisations I find a little irritating.

No offence taken friend . Just trying to help

winter_zombie33 m ago

No offence taken friend . Just trying to help


I understand that. My fault for being so grumpy.

Thanks OP. Voted hot.

I've done the Exmouth Exodus - and overnight bike ride from Bath to Exmouth - the last couple of years and have wanted one of these to carry my change of clothes, energy bars, spare batteries, tubes, tools etc, but couldn't justify the usual price tag for a once a year outing. At this price it's a genuine deal and I've ordered.

Now £14.06...

Good bag for audax or commuting

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windta1ker3 h, 53 m ago

The guy was asked to recommend something else, cut him some slack, don’t y …The guy was asked to recommend something else, cut him some slack, don’t you just love these sites when people jump down your throat! People looking for a bag might not realise just how big this bag is, it’s nearly 40cm long



He recommended completely different types of products though. Not entirely sure why this thread has descended into a slanging match and random people defending other random people? Bizarre!

It's quite clear what this product is. It ISN'T a saddle bag so why try comparing bananas and sprouts?

It IS damn cheap for what it is. For those who don't want or can't fit a rack but who want to carry up to 10 litres of stuff on their rides. So ideal for audax riders etc.

Weight really isn't heavy compared to a separate pannier and bags at 660 Grams

This price is considerably cheaper than the Small size here £46.75 and even a compatible spare mount Rixen & Kaul Contour Max Adapter - Black £18.95

It's ideal for commuting too as can fit a decent lock and jacket and removes in seconds.

Smart people will buy and be chuffed to bits LOL

But how low will it go?.....

fyi I have seen people warning against using these types of bags with carbon seatposts; however I think providing you don't load in heavy items it should be fine. I would guess the vibration with a decent weight in the bag could cause an issue...

SteveLeather1 h, 46 m ago

He recommended completely different types of products though. Not entirely …He recommended completely different types of products though. Not entirely sure why this thread has descended into a slanging match and random people defending other random people? Bizarre! It's quite clear what this product is. It ISN'T a saddle bag so why try comparing bananas and sprouts?It IS damn cheap for what it is. For those who don't want or can't fit a rack but who want to carry up to 10 litres of stuff on their rides. So ideal for audax riders etc. Weight really isn't heavy compared to a separate pannier and bags at 660 GramsThis price is considerably cheaper than the Small size here £46.75 and even a compatible spare mount Rixen & Kaul Contour Max Adapter - Black £18.95It's ideal for commuting too as can fit a decent lock and jacket and removes in seconds. Smart people will buy and be chuffed to bits LOLBut how low will it go?.....


Lol a bag you can remove items from in seconds, I prefer the complicated ones like a matryoshka personally

Thanks OP, superb deal - bought 4, one for each of us ! I've been looking out for something like this for some time, but had been put off by high prices. Have forwarded as well - lots of cyclists will be interested in these.
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