Topeak Topeak Aero Wedge (Clip On) Small Saddle Bag
It's a small saddle bag .. and a good one too.
Great little bag. Fits neatly under even a very narrow road saddle. I've ridden through torrential rain with no mudguards on and the inside has stayed dry.
It fits 2x700cc tubes and a set of levers at a push but it can be done.
Theres a thing to clip a light to if you like and a reflective strip.
Good buy for minimalist riders.
08 July 2013
Didn't fit on my saddle. Ended up giving it to a friend rather than returning. Looks good on their bike and fits everything in perfect. Next time i'll purchase the cheaper buckle version
26 June 2013
Bought this for my wife's bike. She used it for the first time on a 35 mile ride and was happy with how much she could store in it. The fit is very secure and the product seems well made. Would recommend.
24 June 2013
Larger than imagined
This bag is larger than I first imagined. I fit comfortably in the bag, one spare tube, a multi tool, two tire levers, ID, cash, tube patches, CO2 cartridge and dispenser. I was also able to squeeze in tightly a relatively large smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S3). It's got a little partition on the side it fits in.
I like the way it attaches to the saddle with a clip. I have riding partners that have strap and velcro attachements to the seat that keep getting undone. This is secure and easier to remove and put back if you stop at a coffee shop, etc.
13 June 2013
Excellent saddle bag
Grey bag, perfect size to fit In spare tube, levers, multi tool and pump. Clip on feature excellent, very secure. Highly recommended.
08 June 2013
Excellent Saddle Bag
A great little bag, fits right underneath the seat and out of the way, big enough for a tube, gas, tyre irons, multi tool and your keys. Perfect for a day ride.
22 May 2013
Wrong size for me
wanted a small bag to fit -
this was too big so I got the Micro size instead - happy with that
25 April 2013
Good little bag, just big enough to fit the essentials in, leaving jersey pockets free!
20 April 2013
Great Spares bag
Very happy with this product. I wanted a small bag to hold tubes and spares. It takes 2 tubes and levers well. It is nice and aerodynamic and tucks nicely beneath the seat.
10 March 2013
I bought this along with the topeak 18 piece multi-tool, as a present for my husband who is putting together some road cycling kit for the first time. This not being my field of expertise, i researched all the available products thoroughly, and decided this would be the best buy for him - he was not disappointed! Aerodynamic, lightweight, well-made, and just enough space for your essential kit, tucked well under the seat, not sticking out, or moving around. This is all backed up by wiggle's ultra fast delivery, and no-quibble exchange/refund policy if it wasn't quite right. I want one!
09 March 2013
My only issue is the saddle clamp only fits on the upright part of the saddle rails. On one of my bikes this causes the bag to sit away from the seat post. Apart from this, it is a quality product.
06 March 2013
Great saddle bag
I have a large version of this bag too for rides when I need to take more stuff with me but this small bag looks great. I can get a spare tube, levers, multi-tool and iPhone in with room to spare. Also easy to attach a light on.
22 February 2013
This product meets all my requirements
Having purchased many bike saddlebags over the years and having one separate bag for each bike I have decided to consolidate the spares and tools I carry into one bag and interchange, depending on which bike. This bag meets all my requirements. I carry one 26" lightweight tube, CO2 inflator, multi tool, small pocket survival tool, stick on patches, spare gear cable, tyre levers, money and a few other small parts to get me out of trouble on the track - all fits comfortably into the saddle bag. Depending on which bike, 26" or 29er, I chuck it on and go!!
Wiggle delivery quick as - about 7 days from ordering to delivery
19 January 2013
Good size for essentials
This bag is big enough to hold all the essentials (spare tube, tyre levers, keys & mobile). It seems to be good quality and rugged enough, and quick to attach and remove.
05 January 2013
Aero Wedge (Clip On) Small Saddle Bag
This saddle bag is well made and easy to fit. There is enough room for a spare tube, a small tool kit, a mini CO2 pump and spare cartridge.
But there is one issue, if like me you ride a lot at night there is not enough room under the bag for a rear light to be attached to the seat post and actually be seen.
A great day bag, but not something you could leave on you bike all the time if you do a lot of night riding.
13 September 2012
Clip Not The Best
Bought this bag and could not fit it as the description wasnt to accurate about clip size. Be warned, it isnt the easiest to fit. Had to buy an alternative in the end.
06 June 2012
Like a Tardis
Excellent choice ,as soon as you hold it you can feel the quality, nice and compact..ish.., good looking, I bought the small and you can see from the picture , had a decent amount of kit in it for a glorious day cycling.
Crank Bros Multitool
Lezyne Patchless Puncture Patches.
Lezyne Speed Chuck
2x co2 canisters
Spare Phone Battery
My ID and Bank Card
AND...my Galaxy S2, and all this was in the SMALL aero wedge.
Weight was 550g when loaded.
Has a seperate compartment for multitool, or what you like, also has a Mesh compartment in the zipper lid.
All in all you wont go wrong with this.
a Tad expensive, but honestly you pay for what you get.
26 May 2012
Quality and functional.
This saddle bag sits/fits nicely underneath my saddle.
Has enough room to keep only what i NEED.
If attached properly it will not move around.
24 October 2011
Does the Job well
The saddle bag is big enough for all the important things such as puncher repair kit and a spare tube or 2. This is the small version and if you are planning on putting any more that that in there (such as keys or phone) then you might want to consider a medium or large.
I'm very happy with the product however my only moan and annoyance is have trying to zip the bag up. It takes two hand as the bag will fold in on it self or the zip is too flimsy. Either way it affect the quality of the bag but if that is my only moan.
Definitely value for money but frustrating when zipping the bag closed.
12 October 2011
Small is stretching it a bit
How you can call this small is beyond me! I wanted something to hold a spare tube, tyre levers and bike tool - this could carry lunch as well!
10 October 2011
fits a tube, 4 levers, combo tool and leatherman, still has a bit of room for more if needed
06 October 2011
Exactly what it says it is!
Light, large enough to fit the essentials (spare tube, tyre leavers, multi tool, keys), but small enough to fit snugly under the saddle.
Light weight and easy to install with the provided bracket.
13 September 2011
fits 1 tube, 1 topeak multi tool, 2 C02 cannisters and head plus an Iphone, don't need it any bigger this works.
12 September 2011
Just the job
Just the right size for a couple of tubes and a few tools - allen keys, spoke key, chain tool etc, but small enough to fit unobtrusively beneath the saddle. The quick release clip is simple & straightforward and spares are available so I can use the bag on several bikes.
12 September 2011
Good overall saddle bag
This bag was bought to replace my topeak mini/micro saddle bag I bought 3 years ago. The quality of this bag is slightly lower than my original one, although this one does seem to be put together well, there are just little things like the zip and the velcro fastening that are different and don't appear quite as good.
09 September 2011
Fits a spare tube, tyre levers, a gel, CO2 inflator a small multi-tool and blackberry ... just. The clip on mechanism is simple to use and is neater than straps in my view. Cycled 4 hours last Sat and 6 hours on Sun and didn't come loose (this was one of the concerns I had read in another review). Ideally I'd have liked something a touch bigger but the medium is way too big for my uses and I could find good alternatives from other brands. Overall, v happy.
04 September 2011
Really useful addition
This saddle bag has been perfect, the one I got (small) can fit iphone, inner tube, multi-tool and still has space left. It sits really neatly below the seat. Pity it isn't waterproof though.
01 September 2011
Plent of room for a spare tube, puncture kit, inflator head and a couple of cannisters (can even squeeze in the mobile).
The only issue I had was the velcro strap rubbing agains the inside of my shorts (a bit of electrical tape sorted that though)
22 August 2011
Fits perfect on bike and loads of room inside to store all the essentials, like a little Tardis.
16 August 2011
I use this saddle bag on a road bike. Maybe on the large side to satisfy the fashion police but it carries all necessity (spare tube, tools, pump+++). I had to use the Topeak Fixer bracket for Saddle Wedge Bags to make it fit to the Selle Italia SLR
12 August 2011
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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.