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Cutter AL13 Bottle Cage - Aluminum Alloy $0.00
Cutter made the AL15 Aluminum Alloy Bottle Cage tough enough for life on your fixie and light enough to make the cut for your road bike. This durable, versatile water bottle cage works well on just about any bike unless you’re the type that weighs everything on a gram scale while you’re building your steed.
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Works if you're not concerned about weight, just make sure your bike has the mounts for it!
Not super light, but great when commuting to work or riding around town. It does what it does...hold water bottles.
It holds a waterbottle! Just what I wanted!
If you arent a weight freak then these are the way to go. Not that they are heavy by any means, they just arent carbon fiber. It holds a water bottle, what more do you want it to do. Black goes with any color bike so that is always good too.
I still need to isntall this on my bike but, it looks like it will do the job.
Works like a charm!
I'm not a racer, so I'm not in to paying high dollar for a lightweight cage. This was is cheap, works great, and isn't really that heavy. I'd recommend it.
light, cheap, and it presses on your bottle at the tip of the cage so your bottle is not jumping up and down your ride.
really good product.
If you don't care about weight then this is a great buy. It does just what it's suppose to and that is hold your water while you ride.
Looks like the old AC cage with little...
Looks like the old AC cage with little plastic clips that hold the cage instead of welds. Yes? (crossing fingers it's true) Yes?
It's true! No welds...aluminum clips.
Black bottle cage
comes with 2 screws and fits the bottle securely and it isn't a fight to get the bottle out. I wish they could have put the cutter logo on there. what a sweet mark.
Cutter AL13 Bottle Cage
Perfect cages for me. Light but not flimsy these hold my bottles securely, but not so tight I can't get them out while riding. Really glad I got these.
Holds them bottles real nice
Not much you can really say about a water bottle cage, unless it sucks, and this one does not suck. No falling bottles, and very easy bottle in and out. Buy it, you'll like it.
What can you say about a waterbottle cage? It looks nice, holds the bottle securely, and lets the bottle slide in and out easily (you don't have to muscle it around the metal like you do with other cages.
Do y'all carry bottle cages like this one...
Do y'all carry bottle cages like this one in various colors....say orange?
Sorry man, just do this one in Black.
Cutter AL 13 Bottle Cage
This Cutter bottle cage does what it's supposed to and is pretty light aluminum. The solid matte black finish looks nice and there is no name or logo anywhere.
Yes, it will fit on a mountain bike.
Light and does the job
I just couldn't bring myself around to paying $40 for a bottle cage (SEE: carbon-obsession) ... and I'm stoked that I didn't.
This cage is lightweight (it's only a few grams heavier than the carbon), and thanks to its black coating, it doesn't have that cheap-ass-I-just-took-this-off-my-sister's-huffy aluminum look.
Highly recommended if you don't need carbon to hold your water bottle.
If you use water bottles you'll need a cage to carry it.. and its made of Alumumimummmm
Will this fit a 2009 - NUOVO Triathlon...
Will this fit a 2009 - NUOVO Triathlon Bike
Yes they will fit, the Nuovos have two standard cage mounting points, one on the down-tube, on on the seat-tube.
what is the attachment method? the bike I...
what is the attachment method? the bike I need a cage for, an old garage sale schwinn, does NOT have the little fittings to accept machine screws or whatever on the downtube
Well that's the attachment method, so you may be SOL. Or you could duct tape it on.
gonna have to use some duct tape or mini hose clamps then ... maybe both... !