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The Moderniste Bottle Cage continues to be a favorite for retro and contemporary bikes. The elegant, minimalist design securely holds a plastic or stainless steel water bottle. This beautifully polished cage is made from lightweight, tubular stainless steel, so it is strong and exceptionally lightweight (43g).
The cage can also be squeezed inward or expanded to get the perfect fit for your preferred water bottle.
Available in Polished Silver and Smooth Noir.
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Just another well designed, functional product from Velo, thanks.
Overall great design, fabrication/welding and finish (black). I’d definitely recommend. Of equal quality and consideration to wolftooth or even king cage!
Have them on 4 of my bikes. Love them.
A classy and elegant design, and very light-weight, but rather flexible. I've found on rough roads holding a klean kanteen ss bottle it slowly loosens it's hold and will begin to rattle (and depending on where and how you've got it mounted, your bottle my fly out on a big bump) . Easy enough to pinch it back tight, but it loosens again eventually (and it seems the loosening and pinching to re-tighten may cause eventual weakness and breakage). Seems to work better/loosen less with plastic water bottles, and I'll limit using them to down- & seat-tube mounts on a bike that doesn't see so much rough riding.
Do you guys make anything that's not tasteful and functional?