Not too big, not too small, the Biggish Bag is the perfect size for all of your sport touring adventures, city errands, day-long gravel rides, and everything in between. We know the Biggish Bag will be your new go-to bag for adventures both on and off the bike.
We designed the Biggish Bag to have a near universal fit. That means that whether you have upright bars or drop bars, this bag will fit nicely and function perfectly.
The Biggish Bag measures 13.5" (34.3cm) wide, 9" (22.8cm) high, and 6.5" (16.5cm) deep when it is in its unexpanded position, and can be expanded thanks to the rolltop interior and adjustable, cinch-down straps. For a bit more added storage, there's even a zippered, pleated pocket in the front for all of your little stuff.
The Biggish Bag is also entirely waterproof thanks to the fully seam-sealed interior, roll top, and flap design.
If dangling and dingling is in your future, there is molle webbing all around the bag for your mug, Safety Pizza, bear mace, charms, etc...The side webbing is also compatible with our Cell Phone Pocket and Snapper Sack!
Installation is a breeze. Route the straps around the bars and strap it down. Then use either the included velcro strap or buckle strap to secure it to the headtube or steerer tube. Want to put it on the back? The process is the same, but you'll want to route the upper straps through your saddle rails. You can also attach an optional shoulder strap to the bag.
- Dimensions: 13.5" (34.3cm) wide, 9" (22.8cm) high, and 6.5" (16.5cm) deep
- Weight: ~682g
- Waterproof: Yes
Entirely designed and manufactured in the USA as part of a collaborative effort between Velo Orange and Road Runner Bags of Los Angeles.
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I've waited almost a year for this thing, chatting with Velo Orange and RoadRunner throughout, and it's totally worth it. The layout is fantastic for the day rides on gravel I enjoy, the top flap is a great improvement to the RoadRunner Jammer, and the amount of attachment points for things and stuff is... you could spend all day there. I love it, thanks for working with RoadRunner, Velo Orange! 5 stars.
I bought the Biggish Bag to fit my computer and some clothing/ shoes for my commutes (with a Carradice Bagman Expedition Rack and Velo Orange eyelets): it works well, and with some Voilé Nano straps, attaching the Biggish Bag is quicker than cramming my rucksack or my messenger bag in a pannier (and it's lighter).
But I also made longer rides (100km) with the Biggish Bag strapped with Voilé Nylon Straps on my drop bars, and it's awesome: it doesn't sway because you can tighten it right, it can be expended so you can cram anything you need inside.
I also use it as a grocery bag, which works well. And the Olive color made my GF jealous :D
I finally decided on this bag over a Swift Zeitgeist, and am happy with that decision. It's a little smaller than I was anticipating, yet somehow is able to swallow my sleeping quilt and pad with relative ease. It seems reasonably lightweight for how well-built it is, too. It seems like it ought to stand-up to pretty hard use. I like that it has thoughtfully placed exterior lash-on points. I do agree with another reviewer who pointed-out that the zipper pockets are really good for much -- at least in my use case. I think I'd rather have flap pockets on the side, but those can be added-on. Overall very nice bag.
Great product. Fantasitc!
Extremely well built. Copious space and usable features. It's now traveled about 450 miles on mostly gravel trails with no signs of obvious wear. Love it!