Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage

Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage
Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage
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Sideloader Water Bottle Cage by Arundel
Arundel's Sideloader Water Bottle Cage is the simple answer to one of the great quandaries confronting cyclists with small frames: getting a bottle out of its cage. The aptly named Sideloader sets your bottles free by allowing for lateral ingress and egress, meaning you don't have to struggle against low clearance frames just to get a drink. The cage is also made of lightweight carbon fiber, preserving the natural weight advantages conferred by smaller framesets.

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SKU: ARU0007
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