Roland Sands Design GTFO Tool Roll

RSD helps you carry your tools in style

RSD GTFO Tool Roll on our project SportsterMorgan Gales

Let’s be real, on most of the newer bikes we’re riding, you don’t need a whole lot of tools. A handful of Allens, a few wrenches, some pliers, maybe some tape, safety wire, and zip-ties—you’re pretty much covered. But when you want to carry those things and don’t have a saddlebag to go to, a nice bag like RSD’s GTFO Tool Roll is the perfect option to strap to your fork, bars, or tailsection and keep the necessities close.

Roland Sands Design GTFO Tool Roll opened upMorgan Gales

Two zipped pockets hold whatever flattish items you want them to—perfect for documents like registration. There are rigid waxed-canvas slip pockets for wrenches and screwdrivers, as well as some elastic bands to secure up top for cords, wires, or whatever else. It sits flat when empty, but obviously as you add your items to it, it rounds out a bit. For $100, it’s not the cheapest toll roll on the market, but with the leather trim on the edges it’s damn good looking and RSD waxed canvas is pretty heavy-duty.