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    Pedro's Micro Blowout Bag

    Anyone using this little seatbag? I'm looking for something small that will hold one tube, two levers, and CO2 inflator. I have seen one of these, but can't tell if it is big enough. Any other suggestions for a very small seat bag would be appreciated.

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    It's tight but it fits..... it's what I use on my road bikes and I carry the same....great little bag...
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    I like the Detours Guppy. It comes in several sizes but the small or medium fits under your saddle well without hanging too much and looking well............. weird.

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    Thanks Dave...

    Does it have a loop for a blinky light? I don't always use a light, but I occasionally do some evening group rides.

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    I used the Pedro's small. It started to fall apart after one season....

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    the pedro's bags are great. another option is tibmuk2.
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    I've used Micro Blowout bags for years. It'll hold one tube, a CO2 cart, CO2 adapter, and two Pedros levers. No issues. Install and forget it. It does come with a loop to hang a light on.
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    Thanks for the info...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinosaur View Post
    I used the Pedro's small. It started to fall apart after one season....
    The same thing happened to my Pedro's bag.

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    Mine's still good after 6 or 7 years. Holds a single tube plus levers etc with no problem. If you pack tight you might be able to get two tubes in there.

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