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Lezyne Flow SL Cage
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Item # LED004B

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Item # LED004B

Description

Easy bottle access.

Offered in left and right-side configurations, the Lezyne Flow SL Cage provides easy-access to your water bottle on uphill slogs and fast training rides. Its fiber-reinforced construction strikes a nice balance between weight savings and strength. Oval mounting holes fine-tune the position on your frame.

Tech Specs

Material:
reinforced composite
Claimed Weight:
48 g
Recommended Use:
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Another great review

    Real happy with the side load cages. They seem kind of bulky in the package, but fit well in my bike frame. Pairing 2 of these with a Wolftooth B-rad adapter has allowed me to fit two bottles in my fatbike frame. So far I’ve had no issues with rattles, noises, or loose bottles.

    Left or Right it gets the job done

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have 5 of these bottle cages now. It's by far the best value for a side loader cage. I use thes on my MTB and my girlfriends. She is also very impressed with it. With today's frames and shock placements it can be tricky to get a bottle in the frame. The only gripe I have is that the bottle can sometimes catch on the edge when trying to insert it into the cage. I have found that by simply taking a file and putting a slight angle on that leading edge helps tremendously. The Black cage is by far the most most flexible and doesn't seem to leave a slight color residue as I have found the red one to do.

    Another great option is the right or left entry. I picked up a left one to try out also, this leaves my right hand free to makes shifts on the bike. It also benefitted from a little file action on the leading edge.

    For the price this is great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The only downside to this cage is that it is a bit heavier than one of the $80 dollar carbon ones. This is strong, well built, and sleek. No reason not to get this unless you're extremely concerned with weight.

    Great Cage

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Simple, cool looking with its streamlined curvy look and the side-entry was perfect for the confined space I have with my mountain bike. Happy with this purchase!

    bottle holder

      I put these on my road bike. Loved the side entry so I got one for my mountain bike. It actually works without interference from the shock.

      Not For Yeti's

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      Based upon the other great reviews, I bought this earlier in the year. I loved the design & will definitely be getting some in the future for my road setup.
      But unfortunately, at this time I was searching for a cage for my mountain bike (Yeti) and this one wasn't grippy enough to hold a bottle under the downtube. Needless to say, I returned it and went with a top-entry cage instead.

      Unanswered Question

      Just to clarify: does the right/left refer to which side the bottle is loaded/unloaded? Thanks!

      My Side Cage

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      It may be plastic, but I love my side cage like I love my main cage.

      Does the job

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Bought this because my full suspension frame is too small for a regular cage, but didnt want to spend the 80 bucks on a carbon Arundel Sideloader. Its not anywhere near as sexy, but hey it was way cheaper and holds my bottle just as well.

      Good Cage

        Nothing too special about this one but it certainly does the job. I installed it on my new SC Bronson and it fits well with most water bottles. Honestly can't find any reason to pay more for a different cage.

        Solid Cage for the Money

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        May not be carbon but its cheap and it does the trick.

        So Far So Good

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

        After using the fancier Arundel carbon side loader cages for a while I am totally sold on side-loading, but for my new bike I figured I'd try to pinch some pennies and get this thing instead for a fraction of the price.

        At first glance putting the bottle in, it honestly didn't look like it had the same quality of fit/grip on my bottle as the Arundel did. However... after a handful of test rides I have had zero issues with the bottle moving around and it is equally easy to load and unload.

        The Arundel is still a super nice piece for sure, and adds some nice blind to your bike, but this Lezyne is an awesome alternative if you've tapped yourself out on the rest of your build.

        Works great and it's cheap!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I have had zero problems with this water bottle cage. It's holds my bottle perfectly. This is my first side entry cage and I'll never go back.

        Works in tight fit suspension frames

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I've got a couple suspension bikes and after an overpriced carbon cage (with lots of use and abuse) cracked to the point it wouldn't hold a bottle well anymore, I opted for a few of these. The right (or left) side release is great when you don't have ample room to pull a bottle out from above (as in many suspension rigs). I deducted a star because on a significantly bouncy rock garden, a bottle did bounce free (full disclosure--this was when mounted in a fully rigid bike.) and also because the cage base actually has permanent contact with the frame (in santa cruz full sus).

        Side-Entry

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I don't think I'll ever say no to side entry after messing with this cage. It makes it super easy to access and replace. 10/10 would recommend

        Works in tight spaces.

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I normally ride with a pack and bladder, decided to change it up with a bottle mount. I was slightly worried that it would not fit on my rig, Ripley LS but it fit really snug and works great. Held my bottle in really well as I went down pretty hard. Cant beat the price for a SL bottle mount.

        Basic Bottle Cage

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        If you are looking for a basic side load bottle cage this is it. Nothing fancy here but it does a great job holding you bottle secure.

        Works great

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Use this on my santacruz bantam. Took it through some rough terrain and have had zero problems. Cant beat it for the price.

        Great bottle option for small frames

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I have a small Rkt 9 frame which does not have enough clearance to use a regular bottle holder. I tried a cageless bottle which did not work out well, just too hard to pull the bottle off and put back without stopping. The side loader was a little weird at first cuz you have to push the bottle in, but after a few tries it is as easy as a regular holder. Also has a tight grip, so no issues of losing bottles. I got the left sided loader so I can keep my hand on the rear brake while drinking. Highly recommended if a regular bottle holder is not an option.

        Solid Bottle Holder

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        The side entry makes for easy removal and quickly stowing the bottle back. It is a good design if you are looking for a fit into a tight frame. This cage has held up well and hasn't bounced a bottle out even through two hard MTB crashes.