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  1. I have a 2018 Scalpel Si. Does anyone know where I can get bottle cages that can take a 750ml bottle and still fit under the shock?
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  3. If you're looking for the ultimate aero dynamic bottle and and bottle cage set-up then this for you Specifications: Aerodynamic bottle cage & bottle kit Wind tunnel tested Bottle cage in pure carbon fibre - weight 28grams Typical time savings in a 40km TT is around 28 seconds over a standard bottle To beat the wind on your next TT ride follow this link: http://clearance.asgsport.co.za/bicycle-components/elite-time-trial-bottle-cage/
  4. Specialized's Zee Cage II is a side entry cage that's available in left or right versions in both carbon or reinforced composite material. Apart from keeping the bottle in place, the cage is compatible with SWAT solutions for tool and storage integration. Features:SWAT technology design allows for storage and tool integration Reinforced composite material improves durability without adding weight Side-load design for easy in/out accessibility for frames w/ compact bottle mounting area Left-hand loading on the downtube; right-hand loading on the seat tube Minimalist, sleek design with razor-sharp graphics EMT Cage Mount Tool with 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm, T25 Torx, and #1 flathead screwdriver Accepts MTB XC Kit Storage Box (only on applicable Epic, Stumpjumper HT models and Diverge) Only 43g Pricing: Zee Cage II: R249.00; Zee Cage II Carbon: R749.00; EMT Cage Mount MTB Tool: R619.00. On The Trail: Available in both in left and right side entry models the Zee Cage is great for use on a seat tube or in a full suspension frame where space is tight. The cage is stiff enough to keep your hydration of choice in place yet flexible enough to get bottles in and out easily. I haven’t lost a single bottle yet. Although very basic the multi-tool has the essential bits. In order to keep weight and size down the multi-tool is rather small resulting in little leverage and even less reach to get to some bolts and keep clear of your frame or fork. I don't see that as a major problem though as it's not supposed to be your primary multi-tool. Verdict: The usual Specialized standard of quality is there as always. If, like me, you prefer not to have tools in your jersey or short pockets and don't like all sorts of bits and pieces strapped to your bike, the SWAT range of gear is worth a look. Some clever out of the box thinking on the part of Specialized to offer solutions to riders.
  5. A bottle cage is often the unsung hero on a bike. We expect it to just get on with the job, but picking the wrong cage can be a frustrating affair. Click here to view the article
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