Scicon | Piggy Frame Bag

Size Guide

Keep your cycling essentials within reach while riding with the Scicon Piggy Frame Bag - an easy to access tote for your energy gels and bars and puncture repair essentials.

When time is of the essence the Scicon Piggy Frame Bag is easily accessible with top opening zipped entry.

The body of the bag is made out of durable Nylon material and shock - protective padding and a reinforced rubber base to ensure your belongings are safe and secure. The Scicon Piggy frame also features an internal pocket to separate and protect any phone, keys, bank card and other valuables you might take on your ride.

Adjustable hook and loop straps with inside rubber strips save your top tube and headset from scratches. The Scicon Piggy Bag is mountable in seconds and fits almost all bike frames. The 3 adjustable mounting straps attach to the headset and top tube and can be fixed tightly.

Name Piggy Frame Bag
SKU SB061010506
Weight Kg 0.4000
Material Nylon / Polyester
Dimensions L 14 x D 4 x H 12 cm


Sidi sizing guide

It's best when buying your Sidi Cycling Shoes online to know your size. If you have never worn a pair of Sidi shoes and don't know your size here is a size guide to help you.
Or head on over to your local Sidi dealer and get sized up. You can also buy your shoes directly from them! 

Mega = EE shoe fit 4mm of extra space across the ball of the foot

Women fits - "Women specific" shoes are a narrower and smaller version of the regular fit option. The heel and ankle areas have also been narrowed.

How do I know if its a good fit?
Is it to big? To test if your shoes are to big, put your shoes on and stand up straight. Try to pull your heels up, if you can easily do this your shoe might be to big.
Some people have narrow heels, if you know this to be true we recommend getting a shoe with a heel retention device. This will allow the heel to be narrowed.

Is it to small? If you stand up with your shoes on and your toes are touching the front, your shoe is small. You don't want any toes touching the front of the shoe, this will create hot or numb toes on long rides. You want to be able to wiggle your toes a bit, but not feel like they are "sloshing around"

Tip* Try on your new Sidi Shoes with the cycling socks you normally wear


Here are two charts to help you find your size.

If the shoe doesn't fit? Don't worry, we offer a 1 free resize policy to make sure you are very comfortable on your bike