17 March, 2021

Introducing the Biggish Bag!

by Igor

Not too big, not too small, the Biggish Bag is the perfect size for all of your sport touring adventures, city errands, day-long gravel rides, and everything in between. We know the Biggish Bag will be your new go-to bag for adventures both on and off the bike. 

A continuation of our bag line produced in California by the fabulous people at Road Runner Bags, we designed the Biggish Bag to have a near universal fit. That means that whether you have upright bars or drop bars, this bag will fit nicely and function perfectly.

Installation is a breeze. Route the straps around the bars and strap it down. Then use either the included velcro strap or buckle strap to secure it to the headtube or steerer tube. 

Want to put it on the back? The process is the same, but you'll want to route the upper straps through your saddle rails.

The Biggish Bag measures 13.5" (34.3cm) wide, 9" (22.8cm) high, and 6.5" (16.5cm) deep when it is in its unexpanded position, and can be expanded thanks to the rolltop interior and adjustable, cinch-down straps. For a bit more added storage, there's even a zippered, pleated pocket in the front for all of your little stuff. 

The Biggish Bag is also entirely waterproof thanks to the fully seam-sealed interior, roll top, and flap design. 

No need to be gentle with this bag either. It's made from high-strength Cordura and the inner liner is tear resistant.

If dangling and dingling is in your future, there is molle webbing all around the bag for your mug, Safety Pizza, bear mace, charms, etc...

But here's a secret: the side webbing is compatible with our Cell Phone Pocket and Snapper Sack! I have mine setup with a Cell on one side and a Snapper (for my compact camera) on the other.

The functionality isn't limited to on the bike! Off the bike, this is a great around-town bag. With the included shoulder strap, it makes a great baby bag and is quite cavernous for your local farmer's market.

The Biggish Bag is currently available in Coyote, Rust, Avocado, and Black. 


Peter Broberg said...

Is the webbing that runs along the bottom stitched solid or is it daisy chained? I'm trying. to figure if this could be strapped to my VO Randonneur rack and leave my handlebars totally unencumbered.

Igor Shteynbuk said...

Hey Peter,

There is webbing under the bag but the bag still requires it to be mounted on the handlebars. If you want something that sits on the rack, our Randonneur Bag + decaleur is the best option.


Unknown said...

I LOOOOOVE this and I LOVE roadrunner (and velo, obviously <3); any tips on how one would mount on integrated-brake-shift levers that route the OLD way, out the toward the center (rather than back along the inside of the bars within the tape)? I've been looking for a handlebar pouch for a LONG time, but the cables in front preclude the styles on the market from being suitable for my steed! LOVELY - I would buy this in a heartbeat if I knew how to mount.

Steve Bodayla said...

Looks like a fantastic product. Can the handlebar straps be moved inward? Hard to tell from the pictures whether the horizontal webbing is a series of loops. Asking because I'd like to mount this on a handlebar accessory mount so the bag doesn't block the flats on the handlebars, but it looks like straps are too far apart for this to work.

Also, will these be restocked any time soon? I missed the first round.

Igor Shteynbuk said...


Hmm...I've seenpeople use 90* V-brake noodles to get around the housing interfering with boxy randonneur bags.

@Steve Bodayla,

The straps can be moved inwards or outwards. There are a couple bag makers that offer dense foam standoffs and longer straps to let you still use the flats of drop bars. Here's an example: https://www.andrewthemaker.com/shop/foam-spacer-blocks

Findequipnow said...

Thanks for this helpfull post.

Unknown said...

Am wondering what the volume would be?

VeloOrange said...

@ Unknown 4/2/21 - about 12.9 liters is our estimate.