LTL Frame Bag Fit Gallery: Large LTL Bag
The large LTL Frame Bag was initially designed to fit bikes with space behind the headtube. After testing them on a wide range of frames we updated our design allowing riders the option to strap one on the bike anywhere it will fit.
We've run them on everything from hardtails to enduro bikes to even DH bikes. (yes, DH bikes - it's nice to have a tool, and a soft flask fits in the large)
Here are a few bikes in the wild that we found paired extremely well with the large LTL Frame Bag. It's certainly not limited to these models, and we'll add more as we photograph them, but hopefully helps provide an idea of what the frame bag could look like strapped on your ride.
Want to see what one looks like on your bike? Drop us a note and we'll do our best to get a photo!
Specialized Stumpjumper EVO S4 with large frame bag.
Specialized Turbo Levo SL, S3 size
Canyon Lux, Size Large
YT Jeffsey, size large. Not a lot of room for a bottle, but plenty of space for the large bag.
Specialized Enduro Carbon, S2(?) With the SWAT box and a frame bag, this rider is set. He's running the two-strap setup, with a bit of gaffer's tape under the straps to provide friction and keep the movement of the bag to a minimum. We've found this setup to work well!
Canyon Spectral (2019) Size Medium
Specialized Stumpjumper EVO 27.5 Alloy, size S2. (2019/20). No SWAT box on the alloy... no problem.
Santa Cruz Tallboy, size large
Ragley Marley - the best part of hardtails is you can fit a bag practically anywhere you want.
Size medium Transition Patrol carbon on-coil. The rider wanted the capacity of the larger bag, and found it fits on top very well. Not pictured- he runs a small zip tie around the post instead of the strap saying its "super low profile".