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Blackburn Wayside Side Entry Cage


Item # BLB001W

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Item # BLB001W

Make room for water.

Fitting a water bottle on your brand new trail machine might have been a dream you let go because of rear suspension or piggyback shocks, but Blackburn's Wayside Side Entry Cage might be able to give you back the freedom of riding sans hydration pack. The secure cage is constructed as a two-piece design, so that the bottle can be removed from either the left or right side depending on the setup of your frame, and it's designed with the standard 65mm center-to-center hold spacing with mounting bolts included.

Tech Specs

140 x 87 x 87 mm
Actual Weight:
Hi Vis Yellow, One Size: 57g
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Avg. ride time: 22m per week
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flip flop

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The option to switch between left and right entry is a plus. It feels well made and works great on my ibis mojo 3 with a 24 out camel back podium bottle. This also works better at holding http://www.backcountry.com/lezyne-flow-sl-cage.

The lezyne flow cage is easier to slide in a water bottle but doesn't hold a http://www.backcountry.com/camelbak-podium-water-bottle-24oz?s=as well as the wayside does.

Way to go for a tight frame

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Picked this up for my Pivot 429 Trail seeing as the frame on that bike is pretty tight. I don't particularly like to wear a pack when I ride unless it is absolutely necessary. This has allowed me to put a water bottle on my bike, not my body. This along with the seat bag that I have on my bike makes it so I can do short rides with no pack on.

Hit me up if you have any questions.

Matthew Pizza
Expert Gearhead