Blackburn Outpost Cargo Cage

Blackburn Outpost Cargo Cage
Blackburn Outpost Cargo Cage
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Outpost Cargo Cage by Blackburn
The Blackburn Outpost Cargo Cage is made from the same six-millimeter alloy tubing as a water bottle cage and mounts on standard water bottle cage bosses; however, that's where its resemblance to a typical cage ends. Instead of being shaped to hold a bottle, the Outpost Cargo Cage has two, silicone-backed straps that secure objects of all shapes and sizes to your bike frame -- including, of course, water bottles. Blackburn recommends an 8. 8 lbs. limit for items stowed on the Outpost.

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SKU: BLB000V
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