Road Runner's Wedge Half Frame bag is designed to be a great fit for most frames. It's configurable mounting allows you to fit it on a gamut of frame sizes and shapes. It's wedge shapes leaves plenty of room for two water bottles on frames ~56cm and up and at least one on any smaller size. It is pictured on a 54cm Evasion Lite with a large Nalgene bottle on the seat tube and has some room for something like a Crust Disco Bottle on the downtube. It features a zippered compartment on each side. The larger compartment on the side with the label is a good fit for a 1L water bladder or maybe a jacket and some snacks or a camera. The small compartment on the non-label side is perfect for some tools and tube, or maybe your phone and some keys.
For MTB/gravel/cross frames, mount with the RRB label on the drive side; for road frames, affix with the RRB label on the non-drive side.
As previously stated this bag will be a good fit for most any bike. Perfect for someone with a few bikes that you'd like to have a frame bag to move between them.
Made in Los Angeles California
Materials Used- Cordura Brand Shell and Durable Nylon Liner, YKK Water Resistant Zipper Tape and Slider, Zipper Garage, Zipper Slider Pull Tabs, Non-Drive Side Zipper Pocket, Vinyl Backed/Durable Hook and Loop with Wings, Mil-Spec Nylon Webbing, Water Bladder Exit Sleeve
Colors- Navy, Olive, Grey, Rust, Black, Burgundy
Top Tube Attachment- 15.5
Down Tube Attachment- 9.5" (down tube attachment when RRB label on drive side) 10" (down tube attachment when RRB label on non-drive side)
Tallest Point- 6"
Volume- 2.5 Liters
Here are some install instructions from Roadrunner:
This bag was designed for a quick install and take off to be swapped between different bikes of varying types and sizes.
1. Install the three top velcro straps loosely to the top tube, then install the bottom two straps tightly to the down tube.
2. Now go back and tighten the top straps appropriately. Note, if you have the bag maxed out, be sure that the top straps are loose enough to accommodate the fill, then go back and tighten those straps for a tight fit on the frame.
3. Feel free to cut the extra Velcro that may be hanging off the side but notes once it's cut, it's not coming back!
**If you're concerned about protecting the paint on your frame, install a strip of clear Gorilla Tape to the areas of the frame where the bag and its attachments may come into contact.