Occasionally when a fellow is “on the rivet” the ubiquitous Carradice can be a excessive. A point that I am happy to be argued down on, should a fellow ever leave his front door without a Thermos and a Hip Flask of his favourite tipple? I digress.
Supposing the Good Man has decided he is going for a quick spin around his grounds and wishes to travel light for whatever reason? May I then draw to his attention the Mopha Tool Roll? Made from waxed cotton with leather trim it is just big enough to unobtrusively carry the essentials (sans Hip Flask) when it is secured via a leather toe strap to the underside of ones saddle. At this junction I would like to point out that a little care must be taken here to ensure it is adequately nestled against the seat post to prevent it working lose?
Having said that the roll has been used in all sorts of weathers as it is easily swapped between bikes and it has never actually fallen off and the waxing does do a rather good job of keeping the contents dry.
As the the Hip Flask? I am afraid it has to go in the jersey pocket, after all sacrifices can occasionally be made, but standards must always be maintained.