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Item # ZIP0022

Monster grip, mini weight.

The Zipp Carbon Fiber Water Bottle Cage got a complete overhaul. It's a completely different beast from the 1st generation version -- it has greatly decreased surface area and weight, and thanks to its improved shape, it has even more grippiness than its predecessor. Bottles go in and out with ease when you want them to, and they stay in place when you're hammering along with newfound speed thanks to your 404s.

The Zipp Carbon Fiber Water Bottle Cage comes with a set of attachment bolts as well. One cage weighs in at a feathery 25g. Fits both short and tall bottles. Choose from Black, Red, Silver, or White.

  • Carbon fiber
  • Fits short and tall bottles
  • Includes attachment bolts

Tech Specs

carbon fiber
Claimed Weight:
25 g
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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1 5

Damn you cages!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These cages are awful at securing cycling water bottles and regular water bottles. I lost two water bottles during my last Half Iron race leaving me dry for over 15 miles. No water + upper 80's = terrible race. These cages are the worst.

1 5

Zipp should be embarassed. These suck

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I didn't know it was possible for a water bottle cage to be this bad. They are super lightweight and look great, but when mounted behind my seat, they launch every time a bump even looks at me the wrong way. Even at 70% off, not worth the hassle.

1 5

Waste of money

Don't waste your money on this item. It couldn't hold a roll of toilet paper. It might be able to hold a small, very lightweight bottle no more than a quarter full on a completely smooth road.
Alloy cages are essentially as light and can hold a full realistic size bottle. Buy one of those.

2 5

Don't hit a bump

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

Look great, but no good for rough roads. Hit a bump at speed, and you'll lose your bottle.

5 5

Awesome water bottle cages!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got those of these for my new build, and the quality is just what you would expect from any Zipp product!! lightweight, my bottles fit nice and snug, never dropped a bottle!! And Backcountry's price is by far the best, as well as their costumer service!! Couldn't be happier!

1 5

Overly Large Cages

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I ordered two of these and am returning them. I have about a dozen water bottles from different manufacturers (Specialized, LG, Castelli) and these cages do not hold any of them securely. Bottles rattle on every bump. Were these designed only for the TACX bottles the pros use or what? I'm going to try the Blackburn carbon cages, hopefully with better results...

4 5

Nice road water bottle cages

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Put these on my road bike and am happy with them. They're light, and it's very easy to get my water bottles in and out of them. I'd be hesitant to put them on my mountain bike though. Think I'd be shucking water bottles on occasion if I did.

5 5

Great Bottle Cages

Great grip. Bottles stay where they're supposed to and don't fall out if you hit a speed-bump or something of the like. Recommended.

5 5

Classy cages.

I've had these bottle cages for 2.5 years now. They've held up well and served their purpose. I bought the black ones to match my bike. Other than the price being a bit steep, there will be no complaints from this guy.

5 5

zipp bottle cage

Have had two on my road bike for about 3 years.
Not cheap but never dropped a bottle in around 15K miles and they still look very nice.

zipp bottle cage
5 5

b l i n g

had them on the bike for about 6 months now, they are solid. i dunno about 60 bucks solid, but they sure look real bling. and that the important part of a cage right?