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The first thing to think about when picking out a bike rack is what items you want to be able to hold inside your bike. Obviously, if you want to hold larger items like water bottles or tire pumps, you’ll need a bag large enough to accommodate these items. If you’re only considering a bike bag because you want a safe place to hold your wallet or keys while riding, one of the smaller bags may work well for you.
Another thing to consider is where you would like your bag to sit while you ride. Depending on which bag you’re looking at, the bag may sit under the seat, on the handlebars, or even on the back of your bike. If you would like to be able to access your items easily while sitting or riding, you’ll likely prefer a bag that sits closer to the front where you can see and reach your items without having to dig around behind your bike or under your seat. However, if you want to forget that your items are there, a bag that sits behind you or under your seat may be the perfect option for you.
Lastly, you’ll want to think about what sort of storage space you want. Some bike bags feature one compartment where all your items will sit together. Other bags may include a mesh pocket that can help keep some smaller items (like change or keys) separated from your other belongings. One bag even features a pocket that holds your phone in place for easy accessibility and visibility. With so many options to choose from, you’re sure to find a choice that works well for your individual needs.
Not only does this bag provide storage, but it also holds your phone in a position where you can always see it while in motion.
The phone pocket is compatible with all phones below 6.5 inches. This includes iPhone XS Max and XR, iPhone 8 plus, Samsung Note 8 and 9, and Samsung S10+ and 9.
The Delta Cycle & Home Bike Bag is a waterproof phone holder that can be attached to your bike’s top tube, giving you quick access to your mobile while also offering a place to store your keys, wallet, water, food, and other items you might need on your ride. It mounts quickly and easily to the top tube of any style bicycle with three adjustable straps; no tools are required to install the bag.
The reflective strips improve your safety and visibility. A transparent, touchscreen-compatible phone cover keeps your device dry while enabling you to use your applications and facial recognition without taking out your phone.
Not everyone needs to bring the same items with them on their ride. With this bike bag, you can choose what size is best for you depending on what items you want to have with you while biking.
The strap-on mounting design makes it easy to secure this bag into place. You’ll also be excited to see how the medium and large bags can expand for even more capacity.
If you want a storage bag large enough to hold the essentials, but not so bulky that it affects your riding experience, we have the bag for you.
This bag is made to offer universal mounting. The adjustable straps can be mounted on a variety of bikes in a matter of seconds.
Solve the troubles of long outdoor riding with this expansive storage bag large enough to hold your phone, tire pumps, mini binoculars, cycling glasses, repair tools, keys, wallets, and more.
This bag is made with a strong carbon fiber material that will protect your items from potential water damage.
With buckles on both sides of the bag, it can easily be attached to your handlebars or detached to carry over your shoulder once you arrive at your destination
This bag features a large capacity that can easily hold water bottles, lunch boxes, umbrellas, iPads, clothes, cameras, portable pumps, and more.
This bag includes to-of-the-line safety features like a 3M reflective strip and a rear light attachment to help you stay visible while you’re out on the road.
The large main opening offers plenty of room for essential road gear.
A: As a general rule, all bike bags are large enough to hold small valuables like phones, keys, and wallets. Some bike bags may be large enough to hold larger items like water bottles, tire pumps, and other repair tools. Occasionally, bags will include mesh pockets on the inside that can help keep various items organized, while other bags may feature an outer pocket that keeps your phone visible while you’re riding.
A: Generally, bags will be placed on or taken off your bike using velcro straps. These straps may sit in two or three different places. They don’t take long to install, but they stay in place easily and effectively once they are placed on your bike. Some bike bags may even include straps or handles that make them great options to carry with you even when you aren’t on your bike. For example, one of the bike bags that you’ll read about includes a shoulder strap that you can use to carry your bag anytime you’re not on your bike.