Lezyne Energy Caddy

Lezyne Energy Caddy
Lezyne Energy Caddy
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Energy Caddy by Lezyne
Mounting Lezyne's Energy Caddy on your bike will make sure you're able to hold speed nutrition during race day or bonk-fighting endurance fuel on a century. Hook-and-loop closures securely and simply hold this bento box-style bag in place at the front of your top tube, so retrieval while riding's a cinch.

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SKU: LED004H
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