This Messenger Bag Doubles as a Saddle Bag for Your Bike

No need for the clunky bike rack or commuter back sweat, this bike bag brings the best of both worlds

Using your bike for everyday transportation, whether it’s commuting to work or running errands, is a great way to get around. There are so many benefits—improving overall health, benefitting the environment and saving some money on gas top the list. With all these amazing benefits it makes you wonder why so many people choose to drive or ride the bus.

One of the most common complaints cyclists have is the sweat and clunky baggage. A lot of people fear the sweat marks left behind by backpacks and don’t like the clunk of a bike rack. The solution: The Green Guru Convertible Saddle/Messenger Bike Bag.

The Bag is a lightweight, fully functional bike bag that still looks good. This bag is not just for your bike, but also for everyday use. While you ride, the bag fits securely under your bike seat and when you’re ready to take off on foot, the bag comes off easy. There is also a range of sizes to choose from, all made with weather resistant material.

The Green Guru Convertible Saddle/Messenger Bike Bag comes equipped with a top that you roll, which eliminates the need for a large zipper and helps ensure everything inside stays dry when it starts to rain. There is also an interior frame-plate on all sides of the bag to ensure the safety of the cargo in the bag and to defend the contents in the bag from compression. The bag is narrow and sleek, which means it won’t get in the way while riding and that it’ll look great both on and off the bike.

The Bag is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter, with a goal of $5,000. With 22 days remaining, they’ve already surpassed their goal and have raised $5,071. The bag starts at $100 on Kickstarter, but after the campaign ends that price isn’t guaranteed to last.

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