The Lezyne Micro Caddy is a compact, aero-shaped saddle bag that uses large elastic and nylon straps to secure the caddy to the seat rails. Featuring a durable woven nylon construction, the Micro Caddy will stand up to seasons of the worst that Mother Nature can throw at it. Labeled internal organizational pockets make storing and locating the essentials a breeze while the external, quick access multi-tool sleeve keeps your tools ready at a moments notice. Water resistant zipper with large pull loop.
Available in Small and Medium sizes.
- Small: 40 x 55 x 55mm. 80g.
- Medium: 45 x 55 x 80mm. 90g.
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Bag Capacity: 50 or less ci
Bag Type: Saddle
Mfg PartNum: 1-SB-CADDY-V1MCS04
Mfg PartNum: 1-SB-CADDY-V1MCM04
I have used this smallmicro bag on my road bike and the medium version on my gravel bike for years.
In the small I carry a tube, Lezyne levers, patch kit , dynanplug racer, small ziplock with valve cores,spare plugs, tube self adhesive patches, and core remover(this fits in the small pocket under the top. There is a pocket for every item and the tube goes in the center.
It compresses nicely against the saddle rails and is quiet.
One great feature is the outside pocket under the bag for the multi-tool. You can pull out the tool without undoing the bag.
This bag would be perfect if it was waterproof.
I love Lezyne products. Like most of their products, the quality of micro caddy is great. The only problem is that the micro caddy is micro indeed. Although it's a great size for small road bikes, it could not hold much. There are pockets inside the saddle bag for your tools, levers, and such, however, they couldn't fit my tools and my levers inside those pockets. With a small multi-tool, tube, and pedros levers inside the bag, I couldn't fit a CO2 cannister and head. The bag would work fine if you supplement it with a bottle keg, handlebar bag, etc., the bag alone wouldn't be enough for me to be self-supported on rides.