"This is a quality saddle bag but the straps can be a bit tight and fiddly to get on the rails. But once attached I don't think it will come off. The zip is also tight because this bag looks like it is designed to be waterproof and keep your stuff well protected. It will fit a spare tube, multitool, levers, etc. But because of the stiff fabric and rugged construction it doesn't flex easily and may not like you trying to jam anything in that would need a different shaped bag."
"You can see that this saddle is at the low end of the market, but it seems to be quite comfortable, particularly for heavier ladies who don't ride everyday and tend to get sore on the saddle. It is well padded, but not exceptionally wide. The covering fabric is showing some stretch but it is holding up, including after 5-7 hours of continual riding with no getting out of the saddle."
"We've been using these clamps for a few months now and they are going well. Seem to be very well made and strong and holds seat posts tightly. We are constantly changing seat posts for different riders so they are getting a lot of work."
"This tool is not the most expensive but it is my favourite multitool. We have several different types of multitools and this is the most comfortable and easy to use. The long case is great for holding on to and getting some good leverage whereas tiny little multitools are fiddly to hold and use force on. The allen keys also tend to be long meaning your hand has space to move the tool without whacking yourself against the bike. If the tool gets loose there is a special tool for tightening the whole thing up. It has all the basic sizes you'll need. I've been using one for almost three years and it is still going like a dream. As I'm with a cycling group I use it constantly - several times a week. I've purchased a few of them because they are very good."
Pros: Great Value, Comfortable, High Quality, Rugged
"This pump was recommended by a friend and I have now purchased several for our fleet of tandem bikes. They have a great guage that shows air pressure which is critical for making sure our tyres are correctly inflated to 90 or 100psi as our bikes have the weight of two riders on them and we can't afford under inflation. They fit to our different bikes very easily, either screwed to the frame or with cable ties. The little fold out foot is great for stabilising the pump on the ground which means you can get maximum pumping to a high pressure. The flexible tube means you can position the pump in the most comfortable position in relation to the tube valve. These pumps are heavier than many others but who cares on a tandem! We also have plenty of room on our double sized frames but this pump should also find a place on a normal frame. They give peace of mind."