Topeak Topeak Aero Wedge (Clip On) Small Saddle Bag
This small bag is not so small as they say. It fits perfectly under my seat and keep many things together.
2 inner tubes, leavers, multitool, gloves (to keep my hands clear), 2 co2 cartridges.
24 January 2016
Very good saddle bag
Put this on my road bike & it has been there for around 250 miles so far. Fits very snug under the saddle; no huge overhang etc.
Not a huge amount of room but enough for a spare tube, multi-tool, the odd bank card and my house key.... On typing that it probably holds enough!!
Good quality material and a reflective strip, too.
06 January 2016
Great for just the essentials
Just the right size for carrying the bare minimum kit. Spare tube, multi tool, CO2 inflator and car keys.
01 January 2016
Bought the small. It's not that small but perfect for my road bike. Keeps all the tools/spares i'll need so I don't need to worry about forgetting to stuff anything in my pockets other than money, food and phone. The clip on is great for swapping between my 2 bikes (bought a 2nd clip). It's not 100% waterproof but if it's very wet and soaked through you can unclip and bring in the house to dry.
Fits the below with some room to spare:
- Lezyne SV10 multi tool... worth paying extra for stainless to avoid corrosion.
- Lezyne pressure drive ABS mini pump... bag just long enough to fit
- Park Tyre levers
- Spare tube
- Spoke key
- Valve tool
- Spare link
02 December 2015
Neat and functional
Slimline bag, holds spare tubes, levers, gels, neat little pouch in the opening which is ideal for cash and/or bank card. in summary does exactly as advertised
04 November 2015
Brought to try and reduce size of existing medium Aero wedge bag on days when only needed to carry essentials.
This bag is only very slightly smaller than the medium sized one, and is just as tall so I didn't reclaim any seatpost length to mount lights, somthing that I was keen to have on my commute.
It's still a good bag with a decent construction and mount point, but there isn't really much difference to the medium - unless you use the expander on the medium - somthing that this one doesn't have.
21 September 2015
Quality saddle bag
A well made and quality product as you'd expect from Topeak although I personally think it isn't very sleek and is a bit bulky for a "small" saddle bag.
15 September 2015
Great product would definitely recommend, best I have found on the market
09 September 2015
Good product and price value good fit so i will recomend this product.
04 September 2015
big space in a small bag
plenty of space fits very nicely behind the saddle, just clips and then velcro, easy. sturdy too.
31 August 2015
Excelent for the money
Good size and easy to attach. Adjustments could be better but it's ok. Looks strong, and the reflector works really well.
24 August 2015
Perfect size for a day out
This bag is the perfect size for a day out enough space for spare tyre, tool kit and some cash for coffee stop
08 August 2015
Its a bag
Excellent saddle bag. Also bought one for the winter bike but had an issue fitting it as the seat was too far forward. It still clamped on but needed tweeking.
23 July 2015
Small enough for a short ride
Easy to fit to the bike, but although this is a small the space inside is limited. I was only able to fit a spare tube, multi tool and tyre leavers inside so perhaps not ideal for a longer ride if you need to take multiple spare tubes.
22 July 2015
huge fan of this bag.
Both my bikes have this bag on them. i like the size about right for two innertubes and a small toolkit.
The fast detach clip means i take the bag of as i go in a shop or somewhere so no worries on theft.
construction seams very good water resistant to dafe but it hasnt been totally soaked yet.
10 July 2015
Looks Good and Well Made.
Brought for Girlfriends bike, she has spare inner tube inside and a lot of room left for keys and snacks.
08 July 2015
Good saddle bag
Already had the large version of this bag, but decided to go for the small version to make the bike look a bit sleeker. After all, we *do* care about looks!
Pleasantly surprised by what I could fit in there : 2 tubes, tire levers, bike tool, CO2 inflator & 2 cartridges and small plastic bag of odds & sods (patches, links, etc.) It's tight, but it does all fit.
Will use the large version in the winter when I want to carry a bit more. The beauty of the clip on version over the buckle is that they are very quick to swap over.
08 July 2015
Well built saddle bag for the essentials
Whilst not perfect, its a well built bag big enough to carry a couple of spare inner tubes, a puncture repair kit (with some tyre levers) and a small multi tool.
My only issue was the mounting of the bag onto the bike. The clip that has to be attached under the saddle wouldn't fit the rails that my saddle has unless the saddle was positioned further forward than I would have liked, an issue I only discovered when getting a proper bike fit.
For this reason it might be worth checking how much space you have under there!
06 July 2015
Great fit, carries loads
Just what was required. Fits 2 tubes, leavers, links and Allen keys easily.
25 May 2015
I have the medium bag but don't need the space all of the time so bought the small version as they are interchangable. Good quality and hold my gear for a ride out.
Easily fits 1 x tube, levers, puncture rep kit, small tool kit with a bit of room for either food, gels or a squashable waterproof jacket.
01 May 2015
Sleek and unobtrusive
Sleek and unobtrusive and I can carry inner tube, iPhone, keys, money and tyre leavers. Easy to fit and remove.
26 April 2015
good for holding essential items in
Good for keeping puncture repair kit, spare tube, multitool etc.
You need to make sure that it fits with your saddle, saddle position and stem.
26 April 2015
Great product quality bag
Perfect saddle bag 4 Road bike. Nice neat fit n good quality bag. Bit on expensive side but u get what u pay 4
18 March 2015
Good simple saddle bag
Good simple saddle bag. Clips and unclips easily and good shape to allow sufficient interior space (even in the small sizing) for all the usual bits and bobs of nonsense that us cyclists insist on carrying (inner tube, multi tool, tyre levers, keys, gloves etc. etc..)
31 January 2015
Nice product, still slightly to bulky for what I was after carrying. Tube, couple of gas refills and tyre levers
19 January 2015
Perfect size and superbly easy to put on and off
Clip fitting is great! Previous bag (different manufacturer) rubbed on the underside of the saddle so quickly developed a hole, and was a faff to take on and off. This bag is great. Once the clip is installed, it takes 2 secs to pop it on and off. Clip holds the bag secure and there is no rubbing on anything.
Have taken it through some VERY wet rides and haven't noticed any water getting in.
Just big enough for a spare tube, tyre levers, allen key, Park Glueless patches (brilliant!), emergency energy bar and a couple of quid (in case emergency energy bar is not enough).
Feels well made and looks great.
05 January 2015
Compact yet useful
This is an ideal small bag for spare a spare tube, levers or phone.
It is well made an easily detachable.
13 December 2014
Superb little toolbag
What can I say that has not already been mentioned for this item. It looks superb when fitted, when I first opened the box My first impression was how small it looked, so glad that I purchased the small version as I think anything larger would look out of place when fitted. It has contained just what I consider essential, that is - a multitool, spare inner tube, tyre levers and a couple of short stay bike locks. My only suggestion that could improve it is to supply two under saddle clips so that it could be interchangeable with two road bikes, it would be such a great feature.
09 November 2014
I like the topeak small bag as it is capable of holding all I need for the day , ind it is a well made product ..
04 November 2014
Great little bag
Despite it being small, this bag is very spacious and holds a tube, multi-tool, tyre levers, puncture repair kit and a cable lock. It's well made from a robust material, with a strong zip. The loop at the back is handy for clipping on a rear light. There's also a little reflective strip.
The wedge shape means it sits well under my saddle, out of the way. The clip-on mechanism is simple and strong.
15 October 2014
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To answer my own question ... I emailed Wiggles and asked if the bag would fit the Verenti Rhigos.03 that I had on order. Wiggles thought it would but said I could return the bag with full packaging if it did not.
I ordered the bag and can confirm that it does fit the Verenti Rhigos.03.
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It does of course depend on the saddle you are using, some ovalised carbon rails or fat rails might cause issues but we haven't had any complaints of the Aero bags not fitting a Selle Italia saddle in the past.
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I just tried to fit my 23mm inner tube in the side pocket and couldn't get it in. Maybe I don't pack them down as tightly as other people. I keep my inner tubes x 2, plus gas canisters x 2 and multitool in the main compartment, with my tyre levers and spare allen key in the side pocket. I put my patches in the rear flap mesh pocket.
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The clip is approx 80mm across and you need your bike seat rails to be about 55-65mm apart centre to centre to be able to attach the clip. Most bike seats rails go outwards as they go towards the back of your seat, but this then affects the angle that the bag is set at. In other words the angle and rate at which the bike seat rails go outwards and upwards affects where you can attach the clip. The clip needs to be set quite far back and with quite a good downwards angle to fit the bag in before your seat post. That makes it very difficult to answer your question definitively as it will also depend on far back you set your seat. Even if you had the clip in your hand until you fit it and can see the angle it attaches to your seat you won't know for certain if the bag will then fit. I have attached some pictures of clip and pictures of it attached to my boardman (cboardman seat) so you can make your own judgement. The boardman was trickier to fit than on my specialised langster, and as you can see from the pictures the clip is not set completely flush to the seat rails on my boardman as I had to play around with it quite a bit to get the right angle and distance from the seat post. On the langster (rival seat) it went on like a glove flush with the seat rails.