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    Bikepacking gear bags - who makes 'em?

    Going through the multiple threads here and I don't see one that has a comprehensive list of current bikepacking gear bag manufacturers. I've accumulated some bags from one source but have since found other places that offer them. So, in no particular order, here are some places that offer off-the-rack and custom frame and gear bags for your bikepacking rig.

    Hope this helps for those looking into riding into the . Please add to the list as these are the ones I have come across so far.

    Revelate Designs LLC
    Anchorage Alaska and Springfield Oregon

    Cleaveland Mountaineering
    Grand Junction, CO

    Custom Bicycle Bags from Porcelain Rocket
    Calgary, Alberta

    Wildcat Gear
    Wales, UK

    Phantom Pack Systems
    Canada

    Bike Pack
    Poland

    Bed Rock Bags
    Colorado

    Bike-Bag
    UK

    Bolder Bikepacking Gear
    Boulder, CO

    J.PAKS_Adventure Cycling Frame Bags
    Denver, CO

    Barking Bear Bagworks, jsnsnll@gmail.com
    Conway, MI

    Nuclear Sunrise Stitchworks
    El Paso, TX

    OVEJA NEGRA threadworks
    Salida, CO

    Alpkit
    UK

    SpoK Werks
    Switzerland

    Jandd Frame Packs
    San Diego, CA

    Bike Bag Dude Custom Frame Bags
    Mt Hutton, NSW, Australia

    Wanderlust Bikepacking Gear and Fatbike Pogies
    Missoula, MT

    Rogue Panda Designs
    Flagstaff, AZ

    Apidura
    London, England

    Andrew the Maker
    Kansas City, Missouri

    Stealth Bike Bags
    Wellington, New Zealand

    RockGeist
    Winston-Salem, NC

    Frost River
    Duluth, MN

    Stashers
    USA

    Ortlieb
    International

    Arkel
    International

    Endless Trails Outdoor Equipment
    Sweden

    Backcountry Stitchworks
    Alaska, USA

    Alpamayo Designs
    UK
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    I just ordered a custom frame bag from Phantom Pack Systems. I don't have it yet, but Tim has been easy to work with so far. I'll post a review once I get the bag.

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    Carousel - I'm not sure I would include them anymore. Too many horror stories on that company.

    Revelate Designs - I don't think Eric make's custom frame bags anymore, but makes high quality "off-the-rack" bags and accessories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woody.1 View Post
    Carousel - I'm not sure I would include them anymore. Too many horror stories on that company.
    There is a lot of bad rep out there for Carousel right now. Hope they can get things corrected and get back on track if that's their hope.


    There are a few individuals out there making quality gear on a smaller scale. They will build custom gear at reasonable prices.

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    oops, double post due to system lag...

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    Quote Originally Posted by woody.1 View Post
    Carousel - I'm not sure I would include them anymore. Too many horror stories on that company.
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    I don't think that it's fair to take Carousel off the list because some people have had bad experiences. A lot of people have had good experiences as well. But the level of service isn't really the issue--it's whether they sell bags, which they do. The decision to buy from them or not should be based on reviews, word-of-mouth, etc.--not because they don't appear in a listing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyGadd View Post
    I don't think that it's fair to take Carousel off the list because some people have had bad experiences. A lot of people have had good experiences as well. But the level of service isn't really the issue--it's whether they sell bags, which they do. The decision to buy from them or not should be based on reviews, word-of-mouth, etc.--not because they don't appear in a listing.
    That's fair enough.

    Maybe we need a sticky on gear review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woody.1 View Post
    That's fair enough.

    Maybe we need a sticky on gear review.

    Woody
    That would be really helpful, especially for bikepacking gear bags. Finding a collective amount of information on them isn't the easiest.

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    Bikepack - Based in Poland.

    I've been very happy with mine. Prices are spot on plus no import tax for anyone living in Europe!
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    Hmmm.....doesn't seem like there are too many guys out there making custom bags anymore, with Revelate out of the game and people hesitant to purchase from CDW. I know someone who hopefully will be making a debut shortly who has been doing awesome work.

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    My Porcelain Rocket bags for my Surly Pugsley...very nicely made...

    I'm getting another custom frame bag for my 29er MTB so I can use the seat & bar bags with that bike as well depending how fat a tire I want to run.

    Custom Bicycle Bags from Porcelain Rocket

    I'm not sure who else is making custom bags these days? Given the cost it's nice to get a bag that fits my frame perfectly and in the fabric I want.



    He also made these custom bags for my Surly Big Dummy and Santa Cruz Nomad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    I'm not sure who else is making custom bags these days?
    I made my own kit and they're A LOT of work. Not only that but the cost of X-Pac has almost doubled this past month. I'm not surprised that there aren't a bunch of people wanting to jump into the market. Seems like the only real way to make it profitable is to stick to a particular frame line, stamp out all the fabric pieces and make them assembly line style.

    I made one for my Salsa Fargo (medium) and love it. The learning curve was quick for me though because I have a small side business that involves sewing, so I have the equipment and the skills (The Kozie Canine - Handmade Collars, Harnesses & Leashes). If someone REALLY wants a frame bag for a Medium Salsa Fargo I could be persuaded to build one (since I have the template built already and know it's a perfect fit) but beyond that, it's just too much work.




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    I'm in.



    Just starting out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thesergeant View Post
    I made my own kit
    Great looking bags! I particularly like the one made from pirated Tyvek bags from the USPS. You could play that one off as team issue. I recently stitched together my own teeny-tiny frame bag for a new Salsa Vaya. I wanted something small enough to just hold a cable-lock, a spare $20, and a couple of Gu packets. It turned out even better than I had hoped. I'm now going to make one for my wife's bike that will be a little larger. Not everyone is a DIYer, but if you can build stuff then the best way to get the bag you want is to just make it.
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    F3 Designs makes custom bags...

    Bikepacking Gear

    I have one of their seatbags and it has been great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post


    My Porcelain Rocket bags for my Surly Pugsley...very nicely made...

    I'm getting another custom frame bag for my 29er MTB so I can use the seat & bar bags with that bike as well depending how fat a tire I want to run.


    I repurposed my Pugsley's Porcelain Rocket bags to my 29er so I could go on an overnight ride this week. The bags were rock solid even when I did some stupid human tricks and crashed... I'm getting a frame bag for the 29er that will fit properly, but the Pugsley bag did okay even though I had to jam it in a bit...



    It's nice to have a luggage system for my bikes that I can ride hard without having to think about my gear. Definitely an improvement over bikepacking with racks and panniers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConfederateLawyer View Post
    Great looking bags! I particularly like the one made from pirated Tyvek bags from the USPS. You could play that one off as team issue. I recently stitched together my own teeny-tiny frame bag for a new Salsa Vaya.
    Excellent work! Perfect fit and you can tell it was well made. I'm going to be making something similar for my Chili Con Crosso.

    Does the velcro on the exterior have a function or was it just for aesthetics? Looks great either way.

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    I really would like to have one of those seat bags for my commute. The Porcelain Rocket by far is the most appealing. My backpack is really a pain since I always carry stuff which includes two heavy Kryptonite bike locks. I think if the seat bag can be customized to have an option for shoulder strap which resembles of a messenger bag then I would definitely have one of these.

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    Good thread.

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    I went for kit through Cleaveland Mountereering.

    And I wrote a review of it here;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwanttorideatnight View Post
    I really would like to have one of those seat bags for my commute. The Porcelain Rocket by far is the most appealing. My backpack is really a pain since I always carry stuff which includes two heavy Kryptonite bike locks. I think if the seat bag can be customized to have an option for shoulder strap which resembles of a messenger bag then I would definitely have one of these.
    Scott at PR does full custom bags. You just need to explain what you want and he'll design/sew it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D45yth View Post
    Bikepack - Based in Poland.

    I've been very happy with mine. Prices are spot on plus no import tax for anyone living in Europe!
    Right on !
    Getting a nice frambag (or any other gear for that matter) from the US can turn into an very expensive thing after taxes etc.

    I ordered mine from : Bikebags And i am expecting it any day now.
    Communication and exchanging ideas have been great, just as the prices.
    I will post a some pics as soon as i have the oppurtunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyGadd View Post
    I don't think that it's fair to take Carousel off the list because some people have had bad experiences. A lot of people have had good experiences as well. But the level of service isn't really the issue--it's whether they sell bags, which they do. The decision to buy from them or not should be based on reviews, word-of-mouth, etc.--not because they don't appear in a listing.
    FYI. I actually have bar and seat bag by CDW and very happy with the quality of them. I've heard the horror stories as well, but the product really stands on their own.

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    Hadn't heard of Phantom Pack 'til I found this thread today. Really interested in those fenders—anyone here have a set?

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    Add me to the list. I've been making stock and custom gear for the past year and a half which has been used and raced on the Divide, Colorado Trail, Paris Brest Paris, Arrowhead 135, etc. I'm in the process of building a webpage but my contact info and some pictures are available in the Bikepacking.net classified.
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    That cut out for your hand is a great idea !
    I will keep that in the back of my head for my next one.

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    Here's a setup that 12wheels built for my BigTop. Quality gear, worthy of being included on the list above.

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    I don't want this to be controversial, but those that are looking to buy some new bags need to really look at the detailing and compare to others. Some of these makers are for sure making a good product that would without a doubt work, but there are a couple other makers out there that are making a product that are above and beyond the others. The devil is in the details. Look at strap placement, stabalizing features to prevent rear bag sway, internal dividers (that come standard).

    Like I said, pretty much anything that holds something will work. But if you're going to spend some cash on something custom made or even off the shelf from a bag maker I would encourage you to do some research on who is providing, "the most bang for your buck."

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpaxc View Post
    I don't want this to be controversial, but those that are looking to buy some new bags need to really look at the detailing and compare to others. Some of these makers are for sure making a good product that would without a doubt work, but there are a couple other makers out there that are making a product that are above and beyond the others. The devil is in the details. Look at strap placement, stabalizing features to prevent rear bag sway, internal dividers (that come standard).

    Like I said, pretty much anything that holds something will work. But if you're going to spend some cash on something custom made or even off the shelf from a bag maker I would encourage you to do some research on who is providing, "the most bang for your buck."
    Good advice, but hard to follow. Almost all of the guys supplying this gear do so my mail, so there's no way to physically compare the different products. It makes choosing really hard.

    Maybe somebody needs to convince these guys to send them a kit for comparison--and then write up a comprehensive comparative review. Consumer Reports style! Anyone work at a bike magazine that could take this up?

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    Yeah, I'm being vague for a reason. I just don't feel like starting a pissing match, but there is some major differences in engineering differences in some of these bags. I've been around for a while and have 2 rear seat packs from different builders and have physically tested (ridden with) bags from 2 others. There are glaring differences between the upper tier builders and others.

    You're right though, it would be nice to have someone like Dave C do a gear review like he does on backpackinglight. I know he is writing an article about bikepacking but my "hunch" is that it's more about a "how to" instead of the more technical features of different builders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpaxc View Post
    You're right though, it would be nice to have someone like Dave C do a gear review like he does on backpackinglight. I know he is writing an article about bikepacking but my "hunch" is that it's more about a "how to" instead of the more technical features of different builders.
    Maybe I'll e-mail Dave C. I love his backpacking site, and I agree that he'd do an awesome job of reviewing bikepacking gear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpaxc View Post
    Yeah, I'm being vague for a reason. I just don't feel like starting a pissing match, but there is some major differences in engineering differences in some of these bags. I've been around for a while and have 2 rear seat packs from different builders and have physically tested (ridden with) bags from 2 others. There are glaring differences between the upper tier builders and others.
    I'd appreciate hearing the differences from someone with first-hand experience...not just insinuations, since I have no clue what you've used or been happy with.

    Critiques from experienced users could help producers and consumers. Please detail the glaring differences that make a bag a great bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    I'd appreciate hearing the differences from someone with first-hand experience...not just insinuations, since I have no clue what you've used or been happy with.

    Critiques from experienced users could help producers and consumers. Please detail the glaring differences that make a bag a great bag.
    I can understand why he's being careful. A guy had his post removed for stating his opinions about a couple of manufactures. While MTBR.com seems a little calmer about dissenting opinions, I think that a lot of people get pretty heated about these things...

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    Hey Toby,
    Dave did in fact conduct test / review last year of Revelate, Carousel and PR seat bags for BPL. I'm not sure what the publishing status is.

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    The BPL articles will be in three parts: introduction/basic how-to, backpack review, seatbag review. I have no insight into the publishing schedule. Should be soon(ish). The seatbag review is as much an overview of rackless carry systems as it is a head to head review. Such an approach dovetails nicely with BPLs mission exactly because you need a reasonably streamlined kit for the seatbag/framepack paradigm to work well. The piece needed to be as much about technique as anything because, horrid looking rigs at the TD startline nonewithstanding, you can't just buy a seatbag and call it good.

    Revelate and Porcelain participated. Carousel was interested, but was not included. Jeff Boatman was rightly loath to provide just a seatbag, being concerned that this wouldn't represent his brand well. He offered to send me his personal bike/kit, which was very generous, and we had some very illuminating conversations about bikepacking. In the end I didn't have the (considerable) time it would have taken to do justice to something as complex as a full kit and a new-to-me bike.

    To get the full scope you'll have to read the article(s), but I can say what most already know: that Revelate and Porcelain make extraordinarily high-quality stuff. I see a fair amount of gear, and in terms of design and execution would put either up next to any manufacturer of outdoor gear of which I'm aware. Mainstream or cottage, in any discipline. And much better than many well-respected brands in either category.

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    Thanks Dave C!

    Now, you just need to add in the other little guys!

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    I knew this was an expanding area of interest, but hadn't kept tabs on how many "little guys" there were. More power to 'em.

    I'll keeping making my own framebags, and made one seatbag that was pretty functional, but as Travis said this stuff is not simple. Small details are significant and turn good gear into great.

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    https://www.facebook.com/beckerdesign

    New company out of Fairbanks, AK. Tupps makes some pretty nice bags. His company was formerly: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003513366918

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    Quote Originally Posted by ionsmuse View Post
    -Dave C, BPL staff, but not writing here as BPL staff
    Dave, your articles and joining of BPL Staff are the reason I'm actually (finally) sending in money to become a member. I really look forward to reading your thoughts on the different bags. As an owner of 2 of the 3 listed by you, I'm interested to hear your thoughts. Both have seen some pretty extensive use and I have a feeling you'll be pointing out similar details that I've noticed.

    One thing is for sure, we've (bikepacking community) have a great thing going with plenty of options to support the local economy. Ultimately though, it's not about the gear one collects but the getting out and using what you have.

    Cheers!

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    I'm starting to make them but still in prototyping process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scar View Post
    I just sent in an order today with JPaks. A frame bag for my Salsa Spearfish. I'm psyched to have a custom bag and not have to go thru the difficulty of making it myself.
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    I might be better off starting a new thread but here goes:
    Do those of you who have used a handlebar bag/sling have to lengthen your brake/shifter cables or is there a workaround? Seems my cables are compressed to much by the sling to be effective...

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    And a follow up question, do those of you who ride with seatbags have any issues getting behind the seat on technical sections?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout View Post
    And a follow up question, do those of you who ride with seatbags have any issues getting behind the seat on technical sections?
    Ha! Yeah, the seatbag surprised me on the first technical descent. I got used to it fairly quickly, but I definitely can't get behind the seat as far/low with the seatbag there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scout View Post
    And a follow up question, do those of you who ride with seatbags have any issues getting behind the seat on technical sections?
    I obviously can't drop my butt DOWN to the tire anymore. But I can get my weight BACK reasonably well.

    I just bought a dropper seatpost, and I'll be testing it with my seat bag. Not sure if I'll race with it due to the extra weight, but it'll be interesting to see if it'll work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    Ha! Yeah, the seatbag surprised me on the first technical descent..
    Ha, I remember the first time too.

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    I just received my custom frame bag from Phantom Pack (Phantom Pack Systems), and I am blown away. The construction quality is incredible–so much attention to detail, such as zipper-pull covers, reinforced stress points, carbon fiber side panels, etc. A perfect fit, and actually much lighter than I expected. Very simply, this is the one of the best pieces of gear that I’ve ever purchased–and an awesome deal at any price.

    I’ve also got some gear from the “big” names in bikepacking gear, and Tim’s stuff is even better.

    For those who aren’t into the default color scheme of the gear listed on his website, Tim will let you choose your own colors. I went with all-black, and it looks GREAT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpaxc View Post
    I don't want this to be controversial, but those that are looking to buy some new bags need to really look at the detailing and compare to others. Some of these makers are for sure making a good product that would without a doubt work, but there are a couple other makers out there that are making a product that are above and beyond the others. The devil is in the details. Look at strap placement, stabalizing features to prevent rear bag sway, internal dividers (that come standard).

    Like I said, pretty much anything that holds something will work. But if you're going to spend some cash on something custom made or even off the shelf from a bag maker I would encourage you to do some research on who is providing, "the most bang for your buck."

    Sounds about right.
    I'd tell anyone to go straight to Revelate for stock stuff and to Porcelain for the frame bag.
    And I just about say that on this page under Quality

    Custom frame bags are the best niche I can fill, since some can no longer do them (understandably).

    This is a part time gig for me alongside a busy engineering student schedule, although I will be full time this summer - bring on the custom orders.

    Also, most of the seat bags out there look like direct copies of Revelate/Carousel designs. I've never seen them up close in person long enough to get the construction details, and I've never figured out why they all have a curve at the bottom - seems that would take away from vertical stiffness. My stiffeners butt straight into the seat tube.
    Do they move around a bit? Sure. Can I feel it on rough singletrack? Nope.

    Experience Level - I have over 100 paid for items out there, plus early experiments myself, and a bunch of other personal sewing for ultralight backpacking.

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    I just received my custom frame bag from Phantom Pack (Phantom Pack Systems), and I am blown away...
    That stuff looks great. I really like how they have used the flexible carbon fiber panels. Price is good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigWorld View Post
    That stuff looks great. I really like how they have used the flexible carbon fiber panels. Price is good too.
    Yeah, the panels, combined with an internal Velcro divider, really help keep the bag stable and trim. Great design! Tim must have a beefy sewing machine to get through all of that materiel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyGadd View Post
    This thread needs to be stickied...
    Cool, can you update the first post as needed so all info is in one spot. I hate scrolling through threads to find info. I can't edit it. Something about being an old post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranier View Post
    Cool, can you update the first post as needed so all info is in one spot. I hate scrolling through threads to find info. I can't edit it. Something about being an old post.
    Good idea. I'll consolidate it later today.

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    Here are a few shots of the bags from Buggybags.
    I ordered a frambag from Jon, and i am happy to say that i am very pleased with it !
    The order took a bit longer than usual, but he made up for that big time !
    ( the delay was because Jon had to move, at the last moment i thought of some some changes, and there was an error made with the shipping adress that i use so it was returned to Jon twice....)

    The righthand side of the framebag has 2 compartments, a small one for tools, pump and lock. (with black on black embroidery!)
    And a bigger one that has a smaller pocket inside for some small things, (pretzel M&M's in this case)
    And the Bottom of the upper compartment can be removed to create one big compartment.
    The entire left side is one big pocket for maps.
    As a bonus Jon made 2 gastank/TTbags that were a try out for some other things he's working on.
    The first one a a basic bag that is attached to the frambag with 2 velcro flaps, that will easily fit a 1.25 liter soda bottle. (the bottle in the picture is a 0.75Ltr one)
    And the second one is a bag with a window to put your phone/gps in and it will be protected from the elements and still see or use it.
    this one also attaches with 2 velcro flaps, but it has a extra piece of velcro so that it can be used on other bikes as well without having to use the framebag.

    Jon has another satisfied cutomer that is already contemplating another order for a frambag..!
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    I like the idea of that cell phone/gps window. That's neat. Haven't seen that before. Was there a reason why you chose to use that fabric and zipper combo? Seems like it would really soak up the water/let it through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpaxc View Post
    I like the idea of that cell phone/gps window. That's neat. Haven't seen that before. Was there a reason why you chose to use that fabric and zipper combo? Seems like it would really soak up the water/let it through.
    I thought that it would be a usefull idea for when i am using a gps.
    And the fabric/zipper combo wasn't my idea, but it's suposed to be watertight.
    ( i will try that somewhere in the next days with a showertest.)
    Those 2 bags were just a experiment, and they were a "gift".
    And i guess i don't look a given horse in the mouth.

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    This thread got me so fired up I bit the bullet and made myself a custom saddle pack for my Stratospire 2 tent. Did a proto in tyvek and then the final in 500d waterproof cordura reinforced with webbing at any wear points.



    I've got plenty of detail on prototyping and assembly process here.

    My aim was to get something light (finished weight 185g) that fits my tent and bike/seatpost/saddle combo perfectly. The pack replaces my tent's stuffsack and as I made all of the straps removable, they can be left on the bike or reused when its time to ditch the bike and hike up a summit to camp. I can't wait to try it out.

    If I didn't have some pretty specific requirements I would have just bought one from one of the awesome makers in this thread. There's lots of work involved and the prices I've seen are cheap for what you get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyGadd View Post
    I just received my custom frame bag from Phantom Pack (Phantom Pack Systems), and I am blown away. The construction quality is incredible–so much attention to detail, such as zipper-pull covers, reinforced stress points, carbon fiber side panels, etc. A perfect fit, and actually much lighter than I expected. Very simply, this is the one of the best pieces of gear that I’ve ever purchased–and an awesome deal at any price.

    I’ve also got some gear from the “big” names in bikepacking gear, and Tim’s stuff is even better.

    For those who aren’t into the default color scheme of the gear listed on his website, Tim will let you choose your own colors. I went with all-black, and it looks GREAT!
    Did you order the bags from the within the U.S.? If so, was there any issue any duty fees?

    "If ordering from outside Canada,Any Duties/Border fees are the customers responsibility" ?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3ksmith View Post
    Did you order the bags from the within the U.S.? If so, was there any issue any duty fees?

    "If ordering from outside Canada,Any Duties/Border fees are the customers responsibility" ?.

    Thanks
    Nope, didn't pay anything extra. It shipped quickly and problem-free. I'm in Colorado.

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    Good informative thread. And nice bag, Rabies. I've got to see the bags and bike irl at a Benelux-meeting sometime soon!
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    For us Europeans, i think the bags Jon is making are some of the nicest and cost friendly options.
    Every bag is a one off, and custom wishes are possible and cost very little.
    I have also suggested some other designs and bags, and he is taking them in consideration.
    So if enough people will ask for them, i am sure he will come up with a new and improved line of products.
    I really like ordering and working with small company's/fabricators like this, and that's where i like to spend my money as well.
    I currently am in the proces of ordering a set of custom fenders for the Pugsley from someone else, and communications with this guy is also very good.

    FrankZ, where are you located ?
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    @Rabies:
    M'tricht.

    I've got a 'saddlebag' from BP, Poland, and I like the finish and communication too. I'm tempted to order a framebag from him. Just have to choose between the Pugs and my Fargo. Leadtime is now approximately 6 weeks.
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    @Rabies:
    M'tricht.

    I've got a 'saddlebag' from BP, Poland, and I like the finish and communication too. I'm tempted to order a frame bag from him. Just have to choose between the Pugs and my Fargo. Lead time is now approximately 6 weeks.
    Keiler Cycles is where I work at!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Z View Post
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    M'tricht.

    I've got a 'saddlebag' from BP, Poland, and I like the finish and communication too. I'm tempted to order a frame bag from him. Just have to choose between the Pugs and my Fargo. Lead time is now approximately 6 weeks.
    FrankZ, the prices of those bags are very good as well.

    BTW.
    Is it possible to go camping in the wild anywhere in your area ?
    Or maybe some farmer that have a small camping place out in the back ?
    I have been thinking about taking a small trip to Limburg (or maybe Terschelling) for a while now, but i don't like the idea of having to stay at a regular campground with all the screaming kids, (drunk) parents etc...

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    Pb-ed you.
    Keiler Cycles is where I work at!

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    I just got all my gear from Revelate. Pika seat bag, the Sling for the front of the bars and a Jerrycan rear gas tank. Everything looks top notch and is a great fit. Also was shipped super fast. The Sling will hold an REI dry sack, and I'm also going to get a cheapo gas tank (Revelate one won't fit, as my stem has no spacers under it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpaxc View Post
    I like the idea of that cell phone/gps window. That's neat. Haven't seen that before. Was there a reason why you chose to use that fabric and zipper combo? Seems like it would really soak up the water/let it through.
    A quick update on this..:
    The bags are watertight (yesterday my waterbottle got opened by accident, and wothing came out of the bag !) , the zippers are not.
    Jon is not used (yet) to making bags with finer zips, because for his normal bags he uses other bigger ones.
    But ihe asked me to return them to him, and he would do some opgrades en them at no charge.
    I am happy to do this and help him with the furthe development of his products.

    Also i had a great idea that i am working out with him that will probably will be a great bag for the shorter rides on my SS in the summertime.
    I hope to reveal it in the very near future.

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    Here is are 2 pictures of the template that i made up for a very special bag for my Summer-SSer.
    It may look like nothing fancy, but it will end up being one of the coolest bags around.

    More of this in a few weeks....
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    What's the best fabric to use if I'm going to build my own? I'm wondering if a tarp like material would work if I sew a liner in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Cup View Post
    What's the best fabric to use if I'm going to build my own? I'm wondering if a tarp like material would work if I sew a liner in it.
    Most people would probably recommend XPac. Just type it in Google. There are a number of US outlets.

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    I bought all my packs from Greg 12 Wheels, Bolder Bikepacking Gear and have loved each bag. They all fit teh bike perfect and Greg was great to work with. All bags arrived on time and were exactly as ordered. All my bags in the future will come from Greg and I highly recommed his services...

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    Barking Bear Bagworks

    Just a quick post about my bags. Barking Bear Bagworks is the name I sew under. I've been doing framebags mostly but, I just made a seatbag and tested it out. It looks and works great if I do say so myself. Anyway, I don't have a website but, if you are interested check out fat-bike.com, they did a nice little write up on me a month or so ago. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by barkingbear View Post
    Just a quick post about my bags. Barking Bear Bagworks is the name I sew under. I've been doing framebags mostly but, I just made a seatbag and tested it out. It looks and works great if I do say so myself. Anyway, I don't have a website but, if you are interested check out fat-bike.com, they did a nice little write up on me a month or so ago. Thanks
    Good to hear that there's another gear maker out there. PM me your contact info, and I'll add you to the first post in this thread.

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    There's a bunch of us as of late. The number keep growing. I too, am doing mostly frame and top tube bags. I will attempt the bar and seat bags when I get back from the TDR. We'll see how my own frame and top tube bags hold up to the punishment.

    Maybe we need to have a world-wide bag makers summit! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyGadd View Post
    Good to hear that there's another gear maker out there. PM me your contact info, and I'll add you to the first post in this thread.
    Maybe it's a good idea to place the country where the makers on the list are located in behind the links of their websites ?
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    hou mij ook maar op de hoogte inz een bikepacking tripje in limburg of de wadden!

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    I will keep you in mind.
    Outside the weekends i basicly have all the free time i want/need so my idea was to go somehwhere between monday and friday.
    I just have been waiting for the weather to get better.
    And i still have to make the decision if i want to buy a hammock or use my tent that i already have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    Here are a few shots of the bags from Buggybags.
    I ordered a frambag from Jon, and i am happy to say that i am very pleased with it !
    Those bags look great!

    But...

    ...I'm also really interested in where you got (or how you built) that mount for your Magicshine headlight

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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post
    Those bags look great!

    But...

    ...I'm also really interested in where you got (or how you built) that mount for your Magicshine headlight
    The bags ARE great !

    And more info on my "spork" can de found here : Frontlight "mounting-spoon"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    The bags ARE great !

    And more info on my "spork" can de found here : Frontlight "mounting-spoon"
    Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigWorld View Post
    Love it!
    Tnx !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    The bags ARE great !

    And more info on my "spork" can de found here : Frontlight "mounting-spoon"

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    Just ordered a Revelate Tangle frame bag today. And got a notice that it shipped-the same day!! that rocks.

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    Got the bag, looks great. The medium is almost too big for my large MC29 but I am pretty sure it will work.
    Thanks for the great service Eric at Revelate

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    some of these bags look like they could turn a knife blade and seem way overbuilt. Anyone making stuff out of Dyneema or lightweight fabric that isn't built like a ship hull?

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    Work in progress.

    Today i got some pictures of my new bag that is being made by Jon from Buggybags.
    it's not finished yet, but here are a few pics as a teaser...
    (this bag that has a special summer feature.)
    When the bag is finished i will open a new thread for it.
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    Any motorcycle shop will sell you a stash tube. You can make your own out of PVC pipe. These are useful for anything you want to keep dry or for items that can damage your bags like an adjustable wrench.

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    If you are afraid that an adjustable wrench will damage your gear, just put it in a piece of old innertube.

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    A while back I saw a picture of a big under saddle bag that connected to the saddle rails, seat post, and also to the top rack braze-ons. I'm not sure if it was an internal frame or what, but it looked like a really stable cross between a saddle bag and rack trunk bag.

    Anyone know who makes a bag like that?

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    Would that bag be per chance the Jandd Mountain Wedge III?

    Mountain Wedge III

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    That looks interesting, but the one I saw looked like one of the long under saddle bags (as seen in this thread) with screw in mounts to the top braze-on's, the ones up by the saddle (presumably to carry a bit more weight and prevent sway).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman View Post
    Hadn't heard of Phantom Pack 'til I found this thread today. Really interested in those fenders—anyone here have a set?
    Yep. Terrific stuff.

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    Alpkit Framebag - Cooler than a bumbag, more practical than panniers - Special Stuff Outdoor Gear Shop - Alpkit

    Some good stuff on it's way from Alpkit in the UK. I have an early tester bag they made for my Jones, it's a great fit and does the job well.



    I can also vouch for Buggybag's frame bags, really solid stuff. Mine's a bit larger / wider and heavier than the Alpkit bag (450g vs 240g approx), but if you wanted something to last a lot of heavy use the Buggybag is as tough and well made as they come - thick cordura, really chunky YKK zippers etc. Good VFM and service too.

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    Barking Bear Bagworks

    Here is a new comer to the bag world:

    Barking Bear Bagworks out of Conway, Michigan. Conway is an hour north of Traverse City.

    I stumbled onto Jason's custom bags while reading up on a local fatbike race. Fat-Bike.com wrote an article about Barking Bear Bagworks:

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    I have many items from Eric at Revelate Designs, but since he is out of the custom bag business, I had Jason create a one bag fits all for my Quiring 29er and Quiring fatbike.

    Jason's stuff is top notch. He is great to work with and turn around time is less than 2 weeks (He did not have many orders in front of my order). Best part (At least for Michiganders) he is close by!

    His contact right now is by email: jsnsnll@gmail.com He communication is fast!

    Photos posted of the bag attached to the fatbike and 29er.

    -Chad
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    old man mountain racks

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    And HERE you can see another great example of some more custom work by Buggybags.
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    A shout out to Porcelain Rocket for jumping hoops to get a couple Anything Cage Bags to me on the fly. Thanks, Scott!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsbike View Post
    Here is a new comer to the bag world:

    Barking Bear Bagworks out of Conway, Michigan. Conway is an hour north of Traverse City.

    I stumbled onto Jason's custom bags while reading up on a local fatbike race. Fat-Bike.com wrote an article about Barking Bear Bagworks:

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    I have many items from Eric at Revelate Designs, but since he is out of the custom bag business, I had Jason create a one bag fits all for my Quiring 29er and Quiring fatbike.

    Jason's stuff is top notch. He is great to work with and turn around time is less than 2 weeks (He did not have many orders in front of my order). Best part (At least for Michiganders) he is close by!

    His contact right now is by email: jsnsnll@gmail.com He communication is fast!

    Photos posted of the bag attached to the fatbike and 29er.

    -Chad
    Sent an email to Jason today, I live in Michigan and would love a piece of local bags.
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    I have just received an email from Jon from Bike-Bag. (formerly known as Buggybags)
    In this mail he send me the link to his new site that is dedicated to the production of (custom) bikebags.
    Here is the link : Welcome To BikeBag.co.uk
    (click on the pictures to enter)

    Maybe Ranier can change the link in the first post ?

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