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    Rockgeist Custom Frame Bag

    Rockgeist Custom Frame Bag-img_1790.jpgI just received this frame bag from Rockgiest the other day, i had it custom made for my frame by sending in a pic of my bike with a measuring tape on it. The bottom of the bag is bolt on to my water bottle cage attachments. It has a divider in the middle that can be converted with a velcro strip in it in case I need to use the whole compartment for bigger items. I am not affiliated with Rockgeist at all just a very pleased customer. Just wanted to let you all know they are a great company if your planning on getting a custom bag made. Really happy with it. Also I rode last night in the rain and it kept all of my gear inside completely dry. I got it originally for backpacking trips but i love it so much I think it will stay on my bike permanently. Love being able to stuff a full sized jacket and gloves in there when I get to warm, store a rain/wind breaker in case it rains, and of course fits all of my tools/pump and water bladder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fattyrider38 View Post
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ID:	1220250I just received this frame bag from Rockgiest the other day, i had it custom made for my frame by sending in a pic of my bike with a measuring tape on it. The bottom of the bag is bolt on to my water bottle cage attachments. It has a divider in the middle that can be converted with a velcro strip in it in case I need to use the whole compartment for bigger items. I am not affiliated with Rockgeist at all just a very pleased customer. Just wanted to let you all know they are a great company if your planning on getting a custom bag made. Really happy with it. Also I rode last night in the rain and it kept all of my gear inside completely dry. I got it originally for backpacking trips but i love it so much I think it will stay on my bike permanently. Love being able to stuff a full sized jacket and gloves in there when I get to warm, store a rain/wind breaker in case it rains, and of course fits all of my tools/pump and water bladder.
    Nice, and thank you for posting. Iím actually in the market for a new custom frame bag for my Kona. What did that end up running you? P.m. me if you donít wanna post a price. Thanks Chris


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    The bag wasn't that bad compared to other frame makers it is about on par, they start at just over a 100 I think then when you ad options like extra pockets, bolt on dual color it adds a bit but i think it was around 200 for mine with all of the options I added

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fattyrider38 View Post
    The bag wasn't that bad compared to other frame makers it is about on par, they start at just over a 100 I think then when you ad options like extra pockets, bolt on dual color it adds a bit but i think it was around 200 for mine with all of the options I added
    Not bad given most seat bags are over $200


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    I have two Rockgeist frame bags and they both are awesome. Rockgeist and ATM bags both use the photo fit method - which for a frame bag is the way to go in my opinion.

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    Rockgeist Custom Frame Bag-45424052172_fd2bd170b7_z.jpg

    i have a couple too, Fiberflight DCF gondola and a liteskin partial frame, bolt on bag. both are excellent! id recommend Greg's work!

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    I've got the Gondola dropper and can attest to the quality. Would, and will, go back to Rockgeist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AppleYak View Post
    Rockgeist and ATM bags both use the photo fit method...
    ...... as does Rogue Panda.

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