Minimalist tool kit / bag

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by tdudzik

not sure if someone's mentioned it yet, but the Arundel Uno is pretty minimalist. I'd check that one out

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by skiezo

I use a small Arundel bag.

Co2 W/ inflator
latex tube
small tools.

If riding the bike with tubulars I have an old, beat up spare instead of the tube.

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by Chans1ee

I think best pocket tool is onguard 1308. this tool is lightweight and very small, but it has many function includes chain cutter.

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by stuka666

Where do you bought that onguard? What was the price?

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by Laurapalmer

Brandonnie wrote:
Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:50 am
All in back pockets. Tube co2 and tire lever. Done.
And how about long rides? Same?

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by ooo

Extra tube(s) mounted on bike using electrical tape

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by Aya

I don't use any bag, cause I ride without tools, tubes, pumps....
All I take in my back pocket is just my wallet, small pack of tissue, and smartphone.
Fortunately, everytime my tire went flat, there was a bike shop within the range of 30 minute's walk, until now, at least.
If my bike's tube has puncture at the place far from bike shop...
Hmm... Imagining that kind of situation...
Well... I gotta buy a saddle bag tomorrow...

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