Looks like a good kit. Guess I probably don’t need to think about carrying spare sealant until I go tubeless on both wheels. I do feel like I should get a multitool that has a chain tool but I’m not sure that’s super necessary for commuting
I carry most of this stuff on most rides. Easy to throw in whatever bag or fanny pack I have that day. I need to get some new co2 cartridges, apparently, but I usually have either a frame pump or lezyne travel pump.
Used to be pretty solidly behind the bag (and pump) per bike idea, but that was easy enough when I only had 2-3 bikes and not the 6 I have now, and only two of them sharing the same size tube. Trying to figure out now if it’s worth the effort to set up a common tool bag for all (or most) or just spend all the monies on getting everything setup on its own.
Yeah, I’ve slowly been moving towards having a tool kit for each bike. Still need a few more items before the final conversion. Having bikes with different sized tubes totally screwed my universal repair kit dream.
I think the consumer guilt of owning 4 mini tools kept me from moving forward for a long time but :shruggie: at this point I already have 3 so…
Speaking of tool bags, does anyone know of other manufacturers making X-pac pouches like these? Looks like Topo Designs is out of stock.
My current tool pouch is the small size Topo accessory bag in cordura. Perfect size for my mini pump. Only complaint is that the front pocket of my ozette isn’t very water proof and takes the brunt of the rain while riding. Bag also isn’t water proof so tool kit gets soaked and stays wet unless I take it all out & spread to dry.
Maybe I should just sew my own X-pac tool bags this winter and seam seal / use water proof zippers.