Announced this morning, the Go-Go Top Tube Bag is the newest product in London-based Wizard Works’ bag of tricks. Built to the same exacting standards we’ve come to expect from the small brand, the Go-Go is a slim and sturdy accessory bag that’s available in five stock colors and two lengths.
Features include a grippy Hypalon daisy chain and three Velcro One-Wrap straps that provide a secure attachment to the top tube and steerer tubes, HDPE inserts that give the Go-Go its shape and allow for one-handed access without the bag giving way, a Dog Bone spacer that snugs up under your stem for extra stability, and a water-resistant zipper with garage. The Go-Go is also compatible with the Drj0n DeWidget (which we checked out here) for an even more secure attachment.
The Regular Go-Go weighs 125g and has a 1L capacity, with 21w x 11h x 7d (cm) dimensions. The Large Go-Go has a weight of 170g, a 1.5L capacity, and measures 31w x 11h x 7d (cm). They’re priced at £60 ($83) and £70 ($97), respectively. Custom colors are available for an additional £10, as is a custom bolt-on option for £5. All bags come with 3x Velcro One-Wrap Straps and 1x Dog Bone spacer.
I’ve been testing the regular size Go-Go for a few weeks (and Miles has been testing the larger size, as pictured in Splatter above) and I’ve found that it’s perfectly sized to maximize useful storage space while still maintaining a small enough footprint to comfortably fit on any of my bikes without getting in the way. It attaches snugly using the provided Velcro straps and Dog Bone spacer, the zipper pulls smoothly, and it’s held up to light rain without any ingress. The Go-Go is thoughtfully designed in two smart sizes, handmade by a small team, and available in a range of colors to suit your style, which is ultimately all you can ask of a top tube bag.
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