Why We Like the SendIt Caddy
Minimalism is in, and we fully support a "less is more" approach to cycling. The SendIt Caddy lets us organize our tools and keep them close and secure on the roughest trails. It's an ideal caddy for carrying tire repair gear on rides where we want to stay light and on bikes with limited real estate.
- Functional and minimalist caddy for bikes with limited space
- Durable and secure enough for the roughest trails
- Can hold up to one 25 C02 cartridge, a 29in tube, and a small multi tool
- Three labeled compartments organize tools easily
- Item #LEDH17L
- polyester, neoprene, rubberized elastics
- frame, seat post
- 3 compartments
- Recommended Use
- commuting, road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
5 based on 1 ratings
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August 6, 2021
Lezyne SendIt Caddy
- I've put it through the wringer
If you are a minimalist like me and hate wearing a pack but still want the essentials on your ride, then the Sendit Caddy will be perfect for you. It allows you to carry one tube, a C02 cartridge, a multi tool, quick link and a tire lever and then straps on to your frame. If you have an XS/S frame and are carrying a water bottle, then it will probably not fit underneath your top tube and must be on top. This caddy has neoprene pouches for padding, and they are labeled for each item. I think having separate, padded pouches is nice so you are never worried about dumping your stuff out while you are already frustrated by a flat tire. The straps are rubberized to prevent slippage and protects the frame but unfortunately it has moved on some of my rockier descent?s even having it pulled as tight as it would go. I do not believe it would ever fall off though. I think all in all this is the best minimalist storage option out there right now!
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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