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Matt is an endurance nut who loves big rides and big events. Former full time racer and 24hr event specialist but now happy riding off-road on gravel bikes or XC mountain bikes and exploring the mountains and hills of Mid Wales.

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4 months 2 weeks ago

jaymack wrote:

 

"...on wetter and muddier rides, some of the spares did get splattered with mud, so enclosing things in a ziplock bag might be a solution to keep things clean should this become an issue" or you could just buy a saddle pack for the same money

 

Saddle bags are not always a viable option with dropper posts and interference with tyres being an issue on some bikes. Plus they are heavier and take longer to access.

4 months 2 weeks ago

"...on wetter and muddier rides, some of the spares did get splattered with mud, so enclosing things in a ziplock bag might be a solution to keep things clean should this become an issue" or you could just buy a saddle pack for the same money

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