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Lezyne Caddy Saddle Bag

$15.99 - $26.99

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    23 Reviews


    OK, seriously, helicopter rescue is expensive, but your spouse might like to know you’ll be late for dinner because you’re extracting branches from your shorts.

    Lezyne made the Caddy Saddle Bag in three sizes to match your riding style and needs. Stash your mountain bike or road tube in the main compartment and put your multi-tool in the external pouch. The large size comes with a slot for your cell phone, just in case you and your mountain bike land in a tree and you need to call in a helicopter to airlift you out.

    • Item #LED0052

    Tech Specs

    Max Capacity
    [small] 1, [medium] 2, [large] 3 1
    Recommended Use
    road biking, mountain biking

    Tech Specs

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    Seatpost Strap failed after 2 months

      Overall, I would have given this saddle bag 4 out of 5 stars. It is the right size for a spare tube, some levers, and a small multi tool. The zipper is a bit clumsy to operate but not near a deal breaker for me.

      However, after removing the bag to clean my bike post ride I went to reattach and the loop ripped off. It seems to be a weak point of the design as it is melted together instead of sewn creating a brittle point on the Velcro. Bummed I kinda liked this bag.

      Seatpost Strap failed after 2 months

      1 Year of Use, No Problems

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've put about 3600 miles in all condition with this bag on one of my road bikes over the last 12 months and have had no issues of any kind. I'd buy another one if the need comes up. I like the reflective stripe strip across the back to hold my tail light.

      Zipper Broke fast and often

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought two of these since the Lezyne pumps are great. The bag looks good out of the box, but very soon, the zippers just pull apart. The bag is small so there is stress on the zippers, but a cheesy Walmart bag would last longer. Got so mad I just chucked it. Fortunately when the zipper failed on a ride I heard the co2 inflator hit the ground. If I had lost my stuff and a cheesy bag, ouch!

      Now I am in the market for a good replacement?

      Smaller than you think

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I got the small, but it was much smaller than my previous small bag. I should have gone up a size.

      Still fit a tube, levers, tool,Co2... but it's wicked cramped and I can barely fit a key in.

      Another view of another option


      On my next bike (Specialized Crux Expert...on order!), I'll be putting a smaller bag on it (used the 'L' on this Trek Fuel EX8, 17.5" frame, where the only options for a tail light was to attach to the bag); in hopes to secure a light right to the seat post...and travel much lighter, of course. Glad for this option on the bag!

      (I've had no problems with this bag purchased July, "13")...considering some reviews since, I too may wait for a up-dated bag, or another brand, for my next bike...keep the up-dated product reviews coming...they're so helpful to us all!

      Another view of another option

      Worthy Feature...

      Strap on the back of the (large) bag accommodates a tail light or extra reflector, if needed. This is the L&M Vis 180 safely attached to reflective strap. With a smaller bag, there may have been just enough room to still attach to seat post. Gratefully, this bag has this added feature, for this most excellent light!

      Worthy Feature...

      Not so good

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Zippers broke on first use, very had to unzip and get the compartments open, hard to get the long strap around the seatmast to not get in the way. A really poorly designed and manufactured product. There are good options out there, but this is a real junker.

      Jon, that is so weird. I've had --no-- problems with zipper on my Caddy saddle bag (size L). Are there a batch with bad zippers?!? Anyway, for all... remember that CC has an awesome 90 day "no questions asked" return policy. Also, Lezyne has a one year warranty. They are based in San Luis Obispo CA and their customer service is really good.

      Sounds like there must have been a "bad batch" that slipped by QT., as I've had no quality problems with mine I purchased last July, "13" (so far). Definitely send back, maybe even contacting Lezyne to let them know about the problem; but I wouldn't give up on this great brand. Hopefully they'll put out some new and improved products this year...I need another for my new bike, and would certainly but this brand again...but will wait for a 'new run'.

      Spacious - Zipper Broke on 2nd Ride

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      It fits a healthy collection of little stuff (keys, multi-tool, CO2, etc), doesn't rattle around too much, and the adjustments are easy enough to get right.

      Unfortunately, the main zipper broke 15 miles into my second ride. I'll be looking elsewhere for a replacement.

      my favorite overall

        Lets face it, a lot of companies make seat bags. But many are poorly designed or poorly constructed. The best seat bags I have found are made by Lezyne, Jandd, Topeak, and Arundel (for small minimalist bags).

        Anyway, I really like this Lezyne "Caddy" seat bag in size L because:

        1. Fits -everything- you need.

        2. Rugged body construction. (For ex, reinforced at the top where the bag rubs under the seat post mount/screw.)

        3. Waterproof. So riding through puddles after the rain (or in the rain) is no problem.

        4. Good zippers. So far no problems, at all.

        5. Narrow profile. Thus more aero than most other large seat bags.

        6. Tab to hang rear bike light at night. Every seat bag should have this feature.

        7. I have found the second compartment to be useful. And yes, the lower compartment in the L can fit a cell phone such as an iPhone (but prob not a super big one like the HTC One).

        8. Great price here at CC!

        Little nitpicks:

        1. The seat post strap seems too long. 2. The reflective tab for a rear bike light could be stronger (like on Topeak and some other seat bags).

        I agree! Bought this bag last July, "13", and so far, I've not had any issues with this bags' zipper, Velcro, or any other component; certainly will up-date if any issues occur. In fact, waiting on my new Specialized Red Expert Carbon Disc Cross, and planning on buying another one of these for that bike (providing it fits the saddle I'm adding (Selle Italia Diva Gel Flo).

        Got the L&M Vis 180 taillight, may have to attach to the bag...but at least with this bag, we have that option!

        Keep up the great reviews!

        Bag is the werd

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Purchased this for a fellow rider to help with all the goodies needed to get riding - went with a medium. Can get a patch kit, tube, tool (has a sweet external tool pouch with Velcro on the bottom -see pic, nice touch ;) and a few folded up $$ Washington's $$ for emergencies :) If your unsure, I would go with the large, but travel slim, get the medium; travel extra-light, go with the small and pimp some necessities from your friend when you are in dire straits for a repair - but may cost you a lunch.

        Bag is the werd

        Big enough to carry what you need.

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        I have this same bag on medium size and is a very durable one, very tough. I decided to upgrade to the large in part, of the things that I carry in it, I needed the extra space. I put inside 3 CO2 cartridges, chain tool, 2 tire levers, presta valve adapters, spoke tool, patches kit and a CO2 tire inflator and still have lot of space inside. Now I'll have space for my keys. Still is not a huge bulk under the saddle. More than pleased with the extra space.


        Everything you can carry in it!!!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I have the medium one and I carry 2 CO2 cartridges along with Genuine Innovation Microinflate Nano, 2 tire levers, chain tool, Park Tool folding allen set and some spare change. I was looking to upgrade to the large, but I really don't know, I really want to keep it simple under the saddle. After muddy rides it's really simple to clean and dry fast.

        Good Things Come in "Small Packages"...

        Well, this is actually the "LARGE" size seat bag...wouldn't recommend any size smaller unless all you want to carry is some lip balm. Only kidd'n...but there's not that much room inside, even in this so called large...just enough for tubes and a few small tools...just enough!

        Good Things Come in "Small Packages"...

        Just Right!

        I have the "Large" size bag, with no problems at all! It fits secure; streamlined; water resistant (the zipper is much like Gore's ALP-X 2.0 GT zippers); great reflective strip on the back + loop for additional light/reflector; doesn't hang far down under seat, or sway on 'bumps' etc.

        Holds just the essential tire changing needs, which is less stuff to pack in my hydration pack...gotta love that!

        My bikes' (Trek Fuel EX 8) frame is 17.5" for size reference

        Just Right!

        I don't like how the large on sways

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        It fit a lot; I even put my phone and keys in there, but when I'm out of saddle or when I rock my bike side to side, it will sway. I really dislike that, so I have purchase a Arundel Uno as a replacement. The swaying is only a cosmetic issue -- it does not get in the way of the function of the bag.

        I'd like to add that is goes well in the wet-ish weather. Small amounts of dirt can be easily brushed off the bag -- it doesnt stick to it. Very nice weather protection. The reflective strap on the back opening gives enough support for a light the size of a Blackburn FLEA 2.0 REAR USB.

        Any chance the large will come back any...

        Any chance the large will come back any time soon?

        Best Answer

        This saddle bag is a 2014 model. The larges are not coming back in to stock until the new 2015 models are released. I do not have an exact date, when that will be, but the 2015 stuff has starting to be released. If you have another question you can email directly at

        Any issues using this bag with a dropper...

        Any issues using this bag with a dropper post on MTB?


        Not that I have seen you can use the post strap effectively (the strap that goes to the post not the seat rails) there sould be no issue with rub, the only thing with this is that you may lose a couple milimeters of drop because the post strap gets packed up in at max drop.

        If you have any other questions please feel free to contact me directly at



        I just purchased this item...does it only...

        I just purchased this item...does it only fit under the saddle or can I also move it under the top tube, exactly under the saddle? Am I making any sense?

        Hi Fritz,

        The way those straps are configured, it might be tough to fit the saddle bag anywhere other than under the saddle. The straps are designed to wrap around the saddle rails, and although there is a second Velcro strap for the seatpost, I wouldn't necessarily rely on that strap alone to secure the bag. We do have a "bento box" by Timbuk2 that would be mounted on top of the top tube just behind the stem that might be worth checking out for a little extra storage capacity.

        Andrew is right. Sometimes those top tube storage bags may tend to shift. But this bag deff. won't work hanging from the top tube (might be in the way, depending on frame/leg size, and size of bag you might choose, for one thing) , and it likely won't stay perched on the top tube, either. Deff. try one of those specifically designed for mounting on the top tube. Good luck.

        Unanswered Question

        I can't relly tell howbig this is, will a...

        I can't relly tell howbig this is, will a DSLR fit in it ?

        how do i attach my bag onto my bike?

        how do i attach my bag onto my bike?

        The bag straps under the seat. First un-loop the vertical strap, put left half of the strap over the left seat-rail, then right side over the right seat-rail. Hold the bag with your knee as you bring long side of the strap under the bag and back through the plastic loop. Pull and cinch it tight. Then secure the horizontal strap around the seat post.

        Extra Credit: if you don’t want to look like a fred you will rotate the strap so that unsightly overlapped Velcro part is under the seat. Now that’s Aerodynamic.