I am sewing bike frame bags from this material for our tandem. The material is stiffer than some of the other lighter ones I've used from here, but not as heavy as cordura. It's a bit slippery to work with, and it makes a 'pop' noise when the machine needle punctures it, but it handles very well. I got it printed with the 'coloring book' pattern, and the two bags I have finished so far have received compliments from several people. Being a coated material, puncture holes are very permanent, so seam sealing is very necessary. This material has zero stretch, which restricts the bag's ability to expand when stuffed to the hilt. That's good for my application, I don't want it to bulge out the sides when stuffed.
One bag I made is a double-barreled water bottle holder velcro'd to a couple of odd-shaped bags to fit under the stoker's handlebars and the captain's seat. I use two one-liter bottles back there, and with a bit of reinforcing framing and straps everything is very secure and the bottles don't launch even when we're on mountain bike trails going over roots. Overall very pleased with this fabric.