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Item # ENV001M

Afterthought no more.

You may not think much about your bottle cage, but you probably should. After all, you take pride in the fact that you hand-selected every single component on your magnificent race rig, so why is your bottle cage just an afterthought? Fortunately, while you were busy not thinking about your bottle cage, the folks at ENVE were obsessing over it. What they came up with is pretty special. The ENVE bottle cage is made from carbon fiber (what else?) with stainless steel hardware. It was designed to keep your water safe and sound in any kind of terrain, and it makes access easy with entry from the top and both sides.

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carbon fiber
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Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years

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Enve Bottle Cage

    I bought these cages in hope of a tighter grip on my Specialized Pure Stream Bottles. Bottles would bounce out of existing seat tube mounted carbon cage on occasion. Turns out the Enve are actually looser, so I never mounted them up.

    Best I've used so far....

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been waiting to leave this review until I had miles and multiple bottles on and in these cages. After a bunch of early season races and lots of rides, I'm very impressed. They feel strong (they have survived an unfortunate Criterium crash already), crazy-light and I have had absolutely no issues with bottles going in/out, even the CamelBack podium bottles. Compared to my Blackburn carbon cages in fact, the bottles sling in and out far easier from either side than my previous cages. The low-cut shape seems to facilitate the multi-directional ease of entry/exit. I use the insulated Podium bottles quite a bit as well and they go in and out just fine.
    Expensive, but a winner in my book!

    Death Grip

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    This is a really nice, lightweight bottle cage. Unfortunately, it's just way too tight (that's what she said). Inserting and removing my Camelbak Podium water bottles requires a lot of force and would be uncomfortable while riding. So I will be returning these post haste!

    Great looking top quality product but...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The cages just grip way, way, way too tightly, especially if you use Camelbak water bottles. They sort of go in smoothly with a bunch of downforce, but then they just don't release at all. I tried every approach: straight up, tilt to the side, etc. Alas, I almost felt like it would rip the cage off the carbon frame...or worse, I would crash. I even thought that they would loosen up after a while...but alas, they didn't. So, despite loving the look and craftsmanship of the bottles, they just aren't the right approach for me.

    Avg. ride time: 20m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    Excellent Rear Cage, Scary Thin Material

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I had been running Arundel Mandible bottle cages both front and rear, but found it too difficult to pull the rear bottle (the cages really hold the bottle tight). I kept the front Arundel cage, but decided to replace the rear with this one from Enve (love that the company is Utah-based, and I already own a set of their wheels and handlebars). This cage allows for easier removal and replacement of the bottle. Still, the bottle is held securely, so that I do not worry about it flying out when the roads turn bumpy. The only thing that worries me is the thinness of the material. Hopefully it holds up in the long run.

    Outstanding Cage

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

    This cage is simply the best I've every had. Looking at them, I didn't think they'd hold the water bottle in past the first bump in the road, but one of my old cages had cracked and so I needed to try them. Given Competitive Cyclist's great return policy, I figured I had nothing to lose.

    I installed them today and can say without hesitation, these are the best cages I've ever used. I purposely went over some fairly rough roads and my bike is already pretty darn stiff (Venge). The bottles stayed in place with ease.

    And once you get the hang of them (every cage design pulls a little differently), you can pull the bottles out with little effort. However, if you try to pull them out at the wrong angle, you can't have them :) Enve has made sure the bottles only come out when you want them to.

    As far as construction, yes they are crazy light, but the also seem very durable. Anywhere there is a lot of force on the cage (the bottom), there is ample material to guard against fatigue. And they look great to boot!

    Highly recommend these!