Lezyne introduces new adventure bags

Four new bags built for adventure

Lezyne is adding to its range of bags with a new line designed for adventure riding and bikepacking. The new adventure bags complement Lezyne's current range, which it calls 'caddys' and 'organizers'.

Lezyne Bar Caddy

Lezyne is bringing a line of adventure bags to the touring fray
Lezyne is bringing a line of adventure bags to the touring fray

The Bar Caddy is reported to be highly water-resistant with a double-sided, roll-type enclosure. It mounts with Velcro and adjustable straps, and comes with an external drawcord to hold extra gear. There are also reflective details and a light mount.

  • Weight: 81g
  • Capacity: 7L
  • Size: 80 x 60 x 115mm
  • Price: $49.99 / international pricing TBD

Lezyne XL Caddy

The XL Caddy saddle bag has a 7.5L capacity
The XL Caddy saddle bag has a 7.5L capacity

The XL Caddy is a seatpost and saddle-rail-mounted bag. It features a roll-type closure for simple loading and compression of gear. Reflective details, a light tab and an external drawcord are included.

  • Weight: 434g
  • Capacity: 7.5L
  • Size: 420 x 170 x 140mm
  • Price: $69.99 / international pricing TBD

Lezyne Stuff Caddy

And a side view
And a side view

The Stuff Caddy has a pretty generic name, but it's apt. It can attach to bars, fork, or on the frame and is a catch-all for any random bits that get used while touring or endurance riding. There's also an expandable top and drawcord to keep things from ejecting.

  • Weight: 81g
  • Capacity: 1.3L
  • Size: 80 x 60 x 115mm
  • Price: $26.99 / international pricing TBD

Lezyne Energy Caddy XL

One angle of a bike loaded up with the Lezyne bags
One angle of a bike loaded up with the Lezyne bags

Lezyne's Energy Caddy XL, or bento box, is large enough to carry a smartphone as well as snacks or tools. It's also water resistant and has reflective details.

  • Weight: 76g
  • Capacity: 0.8L
  • Size: 215 x 100 x 55mm
  • Price: $29.99 / international pricing TBD
Russell Eich

Tech Writer, US
Russell fell head over heels in love with bikes in the '90s, and has been involved in the bike industry ever since. Between wrenching in bike shops, guiding professionally, and writing about bikes, Russell has honed an appreciation for what works, gained knowledge of what doesn't, and can barely contain his enthusiasm for what comes next. His two-wheeled passion continues in the Rocky Mountains high above Boulder, Colorado.
  • Discipline: Mountain, road, cyclocross
  • Preferred Terrain: High altitudes, forgotten singletracks, bike parks, roads without cars
  • Current Bikes: Custom Meriwether steel hardtail, Specialized S-Works Enduro 29, Kona Jake the Snake, Trek 69er, and a bunch more
  • Dream Bike: Yeti SB5c, Intense Tracer 275C, Black Cat custom road
  • Beer of Choice: Gin + Tonic
  • Location: Rollinsville, CO, USA

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