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Item # ELI0008

Eddy Would Go.

Side-entry cages like Elite's Cannibal are not only ideal for compact frames with access issues -- they also ease bottle insertion. And, given debris-laden shoulders, less time fighting a stubborn bottle and tight cage means more attention prioritized to dangers at hand.

Elite's advanced shape accepts both left and right entry as well as front, so you can keep your eyes ahead and not down. The Cannibal is constructed from durable yet light reinforced fiberglass, allowing it to tip the scale comfortably under the forty gram mark.

Elite's Cannibal Water Bottle Cage comes in one color, Gloss White.

Tech Specs

Material:
reinforced fiberglass
Recommended Use:
cycling

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5 5

Does the Job

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a nice cage that works as advertised. The design allows you to shove your bottle in at odd angles so you don't spend so much time getting the right position to get the bottle into the cage. <br /><br />The bottles that I own that work well with this cage include the Specialized Purist, Camebak Podium, and a EuroBottle (unknown model). The only bottle that had problems was my Polar Bottle. It was very difficult to insert and remove compared to other bottles. I'm not sure if this is because of the brand, or because its an insulated bottle.

Down below is a video by Elite demonstrating the bottle cage.

5 5

Works great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've got these cages on both my mountain bike and road bike and I'm really happy with them. I use them with CamelBak Podium Chill bottles (21 oz) and they fit in these cages just fine. The cage can expand a bit and the colored tab at the top of the cage is made out of relatively tacky rubber so it grips onto plastic bottles really nicely, even on my mountain bike. The design also lets you shove a bottle in from odd angles which is really nice for the confined space in my mountain bike's frame.

These are light enough, cheap enough, and come in a nice variety of colors so you can match to your frame (or not). Not much more I could ask for