- The Arundel Chrono bottle and cage combo is specifically shaped for races against the clock, including triathlon. - The shape pays special attention to the mechanics of releasing and inserting the bottle in the cage. - The cage and bottle mate together in a positive snap. - The countersunk surfaces on the bottle form a seamless interface with the cage. - The bottle flows in a natural route in and out of the cage enabling the rider to spend less time getting a drink. - The cap on the bottle is an industry standard with a mouth wide enough to use ice cubes or sports drink powder. - The Arundel logo serves to improve the grip.
The Looney Bin is the place for those that just can't get along with the rest. Not every bottle is 73mm and not everyone wants to use a "regular" bottle while on their bike. The Looney Bin will hold anything from a convenience store bottle of H2O to a nice bottle of Pinot Noir. This is the perfect cage for a commuter rig or the Mixte for that spring picnic. Drink and ride responsibly… - Fits bottles 65-95mm
Mandible is the top Arundel model; its grip is the strongest of all Arundel cages. It's great in extreme situations. Mandible cages have weathered the Grand Tours, the Spring Classics, Worlds, all of it. Durable and elegant. - Weight: 28 grams
The name STR tells you where it goes and what it does. STR stands for Seat Tube Right side entry. This side-loading design is a great match for our Mandible cage and was developed over a two-year period, including testing in MTB World Cup competition. STR fitment is like our proven Sideloader.
The Sport is basically a modified Dave-O shape, made of nylon-reinforced plastic. Sports are as tough as nails and hold bottles well in all conditions and any application. They have two sets of mounting holes to allow the best fit possible. We consider this cage as good as anything we make, it's just made out of different stuff. - Weight: 47 grams
4.2mm stainless steel tubing bent in the same graceful curves as our original model. The mounting spine is a stamped piece of art. This is not a standard metal cage. The finished cage is polished to a brilliant shine and will add to the aesthetics of any machine. Stainless cages are a popular choice for steel frames, randonneurs, and gravel bikes. It is also well-proven at the top levels of competitive cycling. It's adorned the winner's bike at Paris Roubaix and carried bottles securely in Flanders, the Tour de France, etc. - Weight: 53 grams
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