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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.

  • Reinforced fiberglass
  • Allows the bottle to be inserted from the sides as well as the front
  • Fits all frames and works especially great with compact frames

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reinforced fiberglass
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Good (not great) product

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Looks good and holds bottles really well, too well. The first couple of times using it, it's a struggle to get the bottle out. I guess you end up getting used to the amount of force that's needed to extract the bottle. A bit on the heavier side. The ability to load and unload from the side is a plus.

Avg. ride time: 4h 59m per week
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It Fits!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have been going through the ringer trying to find a cage to fit my 2016 Santa Cruz Bronson, because I really don't like riding with a pack. This cage finally fits perfectly. Its tight around the bottle, so I know my bottles won't get thrown, and allows for angled removal and replacement of the bottle, without stressing the plastic on some other cages. Works like a charm!


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Any old cage will hold a bottle, but will it match your frame, tires, tape, saddle, jersey, shorts, socks, shoes, sunglasses, gloves, helmet, birthstone, and tattoos? This one (probably) will, and matching is the most important part of riding a bike.

Difficult to get bottle in and out!

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Maybe the other styles are better, but the soft touch version sucks. I tried putting a standard Camelback bottle in one before installing the cages on my bike. It took a lot of effort to get the bottle in and out. Figured if I tried yanking a bottle out on the road, would wind up in a ditch. Packed them up and sent them back pronto.

Strong and Forgiving.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Elite made this cage for mountain bikes, and I am using it for that purpose. On full-suspension frames that often don't have tons of room for a bottle, this cage holds firmly over the roughest terrain without making it to hard to get the bottle in and out. As others have noted the bottle slots into the cage nice and straight even it is shoved in haphazardly. The range of available colors is a nice bonus, and if matched well adds a bit of flair to the bike.

Avg. ride time: 30m per week
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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.

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