When the going gets rough don't loose your bottle. Specially designed by Xlab to withstand the rigours on rear hydration systems and on mountain bikes.
Please Note: Stocks may vary, white cages have a rolling stock change and you may receive White/Carbon or White/White.
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Riding along even the best of road surfaces, I was used to watching the road surface like a hawk, always on the lookout for bumps and holes that would inevitably launch my water bidon missiles into the air. This was followed by the embarrassment of having to pull over safely to collect them and then being dropped from the group, all the while hoping that everyone behind me navigated through the 750ml obstacles safely. A little unsure where the hominid reference came from, I purchased two of these Gorilla bottle cages and tested them out during some 150+km rides on a dual-mount bracket attached to the rear of my saddle. Suffice to say, now I get it. These things envelope and grip like a gorilla on heat. After 4 weeks of testing, and despite hitting a pothole that flattened my front tyre, not once did my bidons eject from their gorilla-like grasp. And yet surprisingly, the carbon “arms” were flexible enough to allow the bidons to be inserted and removed while on the go. Sure they’re not cheap, but if you like the idea of your water bottles staying within reach and not sliding along the road into oncoming traffic or pursuing riders, then you’d better stop making a monkey of yourself and go and get yourself a Gorilla or two.
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These are the best bottle cages available if you don't want to lose a bottle off the back of your bike. It grips the bottle with enough force that you won't lose anything and that it is still easy to remove the bottle from behind your saddle whilst riding. Highly recommend!
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