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The GORILLA Cage helps prevent bottles ejecting from cages on bumpy roads, and saddle-mounted water bottle carriers. The cage has over 2X the gripping force of conventional carbon cages due to the 6 high shouldered carbon gripping fingers, tall retention tab at the top and thicker carbon material. The GORILLA cage will fit on any standard cage mounts.
- Tall Gripping sides for a 7 lb grip on bottle
- Stiff top lip helps retain bottles
- Flared entry for fast insertion
- Thick shelf to support large bottles
Material - Carbon Fiber
Weight - 39g
To ensure the best possible fit with the GORILLA Cage, use a bottle that has a groove all the way around that is uniform and fits tightly into the hook at the top of the GORILLA Cage.
Bottles with shorter groves that do not fit properly into the hook like the Camelback Podium, and bottles with grooves that are not uniform around the entire circumference like the Polar Insulated bottles are not recommended for use with the XLAB™ GORILLA Cage. In our experience these two bottles do not stay in place on rear carriers due to the lack of a groove for the cages to grip.
Xlab was formed due to a unique combination of recognizing new racing needs and an obsession for speed. aerospace designer craig turner entered the bicycle industry after quitting corporate america and wanting to follow his passion. he had a passion for speed.
Saving been a senior design specialist for numerous military and commercial aircraft, and even rockets and racing yachts, he always wanted to make ‘vehicles’ go faster. being highly competitive, he did not want to get beaten on the hills by his training buddy, so he built super lightweight bikes under 13lbs in 1992. a feat not equaled in its day even by bike manufacturers.
Still dissatisfied, he started the first mail order triathlon business in america. fifteen years later after selling over 10,000 tri-bikes, designing bikes for large manufactures, setting numerous triathlon equipment trends and cycling 3,300 miles across the us, he decided to sell the mail order business and concentrate his efforts full time on the aerodynamic design of bicycle gear.
Innovating and trend setting have been roles in craig’s life. he also inspired candice to do a 500 mile bike ride at the age of 13 through the tough terrain of yellowstone and glacier national parks and the grueling icefield parkway.
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Holds like a gorilla
Are you fedup with bottles coming out of your saddle mount holder? This is the solution. After loosing more bottles on one ride than the cost of entering the ride I had to do something. Also,caused some problems for the guy right behind me in the peloton when the bottle launched off my holder. So I did the research purchased these. They are light weight. They are carbon and they hold like a gorilla. No more launched bottles. No loose bottles. They are tight so ai typically stop to change out from triangle bottles to saddle bottles but that is not typically an issue. In 500+km since installing them I have had one bottle move up slightly over a really hard pothole. I actually stopped to check the rim after hitting it. The bottle did not come out it just moved up a little. Rim was ok, bottle was still with us back on the bike to complete the ride. I liked the x-lab holder so much I went on to purchase a second one as well as replaced my triangle holders with the X-lab talon. Highly recommend. Pricey but they work great. and if you shop around you can find them on sale.