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Speedsleev expands with backpacks, toptube case and more

Published December 31, 2015

LANCASTER, Pa. (BRAIN) — Speedsleev, which launched with a minimalist saddle pack about four years ago, is expanding its product line in 2016 with a new collapsable backpack, a toptube case, and new carbon fiber versions of its Seatsleev.

The new backpack is designed to fold down to fit in a jersey pocket, but expand for riders who need to stop at the market near the end of a training ride, for example. The pack includes a chest strap and waist strap as well as inner and outer pockets. It weighs 229 grams. It will retail for $80 and be available in February.

Speedsleev's new Endure toptube case easily attaches to the toptube of road, tri, or mountain bikes. It fits medium- to large-sized frame tubes and will carry tubes, nutrition, tools, phones or more. It retails for $30.

The brand's new small carbon Seatsleev models come in high vis green or orange, include a rain cover, and weigh 52 grams. They retail for $35.

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