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25th October 2020 / Comments (0)

Exclusive: new Wiz Viz wintery magic from Wizard Works

Wiz Viz Wizard Works winter bike bags
It’s time to banish the winter blues with this brand new seasonal range of undeniably cute riding bags from our pals at Wizard Works. Launched to coincide with the clocks going back in the UK and the official end of British Summer Time, there’s more to Wiz Viz than meets the eye (and that’s a lot).

Anyone who enjoys supporting small independent bagmakers will be familiar with the London-based duo Harry and Veronica from Wizard Works. They love cycle touring just as much as they love product design, manufacturing processes and sustainability, which really shows in their line up of super functional, yet party-fresh bags.

“We have always been committed to making cute and sexy bags, and for winter we wanted to turn out attention to the often overlook but very important Hi Viz world of safety” – Harry Major (Co-Owner)

Wiz Viz 20/21

The Wiz Viz range will be available from Sunday 25th October at 9am GMT until March 2021, when the clocks change again.

Available in smaller bags that you’re more likely to turn to for shorter winter rides, you can buy either their ever-popular Lil Presto! bar barrel bag in a Hi Viz and fluro orange combo, or the all-new Teeny Houdini in either reflective or fluro orange.

As with the rest of the Teeny Houdini colourways, these come in two sizes to either accommodate road tubes or larger gravel tubes (or more snacks).

 

  Wiz Viz Lil Presto Wiz Viz Teeny Houdini
RRP £70 £43 (small) £45 (medium)
Colours Reflective/fluro orange Reflective or fluro orange
Weight 250g 65g (small) 75g (medium)
Volume 2.15L 0.4L (small) 0.5L (medium)
More at wizard.works/products/wiz-viz-lil-presto wizard.works/products/wiz-viz-teeny-houdini

Why Hi Vis?

Check out our video interview with Wizard Works’ Harry and Veronica where we found out how and why Wiz Viz came about.

Make sure you stay tuned on ADVNTR for our Wiz Viz giveaway in early November, but until then, ADVNTR safely!

Last modified: 25th October 2020

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