Mounts to any top cap style stem Fits any cage Easy to mount Made of aluminum Made in the USA Black only
Profile's Aerodrink Bracket mounts to aerobars to hold Profile's Aerodrink bottle (sold separately), so you can drink while in the aero position. It adjusts up to 140mm wide to fit most bars and is secured with Velcro straps (not shown) for simple installation and removal.
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The Quick Cage is made from stainless steel and is specifically designed to hold standard bicycle water bottles. The cage is attached to the bike with a hook and loop strap and a Kraton block. The block is soft and flexible to allow it to work with any frame shape. The cage holds bottles from 16 oz. to 26 oz. sizes and can be placed anywhere on a bicycle where there’s room, even on the stem of the handle bars. This cage has many uses, from kids’ bikes to bicycles without lugs for cages or for touring or day rides where more water is needed. The Quick Cage is also loved by Cyclo Cross riders because they can train with water and easily remove the cage when it’s time to race. Proudly made in the USA.
The 24oz Vinyl-coated Quick Cage is made from stainless steel and is vinyl coated to protect the finish on painted metal bottles as well as adding friction to the cage to help hold the bottles and keep them from rattling. The cage is attached to the bike with a hook and loop strap and a Kraton block. The block is soft and flexible to allow it to work with any frame shape. The cage is specifically designed to carry reusable stainless steel bottles. The 24oz Quick Cage holds bottles from 16 oz. to 26 oz. sizes, including single-walled, insulated, or plastic bottles made by manufacturers like Klean Kanteen, Hydro Flask and MiiR. The cage also holds the JBL Charge 2 speaker perfectly! The cage can be placed anywhere on a bicycle where there’s room, even on the stem of the handle bars. Proudly made in the USA.
- 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.
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