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XLab Gorilla Cage

XLab Gorilla Cage

CAD 70.99

RRP CA$118.99

CA$70.99

Save: CA$48.00

6 Reviews
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  • Description

    When the going gets rough don't loose your bottle. Specially designed by Xlab to withstand the rigours on rear hydration systems and on mountain bikes.

    Key Features:

    • Tall sides grip high up on the bottle holding it in place.
    • Narrow opening in the centre keeps bottle in place on rough road surfaces.
    • Long thick lower shelf prevents bottles falling through cage bottom.
    • Thicker carbon greatly increases grip on bottles. Xlab measurements recorded 2X the grip force of other cages.
    • Weight 38g (Manufacturer claimed).

    Please Note: Stocks may vary, white cages have a rolling stock change and you may receive White/Carbon or White/White.

    About Xlab

    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.

  • Product Details
    Brand:
    Xlab
    Range:
    Gorilla
  • Delivery & Returns

    How long will it take to arrive?

    Please check the stock availability notice on your item when placing your order. This item is: Sold out.

    How will I know it has been sent?

    You will receive an email to confirm when your item has been sent.

    You can also check the status of your order and individual items by accessing My Account details and following the prompts.

    Please allow 10 working days from dispatch of your order before notifying us of any late deliveries.

    It may be advisable to check with your neighbours to see if a parcel has been left with them, check any outhouses you might have where it may be left if it cannot fit through your letterbox and contact your local sorting office to see if the item has been returned to the depot as undelivered and awaiting collection.

    If I'm not completely happy with my item?

    Please see our returns policy.

Customer Reviews

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Top Customer Reviews

Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.

An anti-launch that work!

Installed on a specialized Sitero saddle with the tri-pod. The bottle has never launched so far, even if it's full or empty. Good product!

At only 38g, definitely the 800-pound gorilla of bottle cages

Riding along even the best of road surfaces, I was used to watching the road surface like a hawk, always on the lookout for bumps and holes that would inevitably launch my water bidon missiles into the air. This was followed by the embarrassment of having to pull over safely to collect them and then being dropped from the group, all the while hoping that everyone behind me navigated through the 750ml obstacles safely. A little unsure where the hominid reference came from, I purchased two of these Gorilla bottle cages and tested them out during some 150+km rides on a dual-mount bracket attached to the rear of my saddle. Suffice to say, now I get it. These things envelope and grip like a gorilla on heat. After 4 weeks of testing, and despite hitting a pothole that flattened my front tyre, not once did my bidons eject from their gorilla-like grasp. And yet surprisingly, the carbon “arms” were flexible enough to allow the bidons to be inserted and removed while on the go. Sure they’re not cheap, but if you like the idea of your water bottles staying within reach and not sliding along the road into oncoming traffic or pursuing riders, then you’d better stop making a monkey of yourself and go and get yourself a Gorilla or two.

Not the Gorilla's I expected

Nice looking product. However, 1. Having bough both the XLAB Carbon Wing and their Gorilla bottle cages, neither came with the nylon lock nuts needed to secure the cages to the Carbon Wing? 2. 5mins into my first with the both fitted to my TT bike, I almost lost my Camelback water bottle, as it had worked itself halfway out of the cage. I had to push it back into the cage ever 10mins for the rest of the ride. So rather disappointed in this experience. Rgds, Hooperman.

Awesome bottle cages

These are the best bottle cages available if you don't want to lose a bottle off the back of your bike. It grips the bottle with enough force that you won't lose anything and that it is still easy to remove the bottle from behind your saddle whilst riding. Highly recommend!

Not good

In combination with Xlab"s Super Wing rear hydration system it still launched my bottles. Replaced the cages with their XT version but now my bottles are super tight in there that it's very difficult to take out and insert the bottles while riding. Looking for and alternative still.

xlab gorilla

Does exactly what it says on the tin. The bottles very stable in these cages- excellent.

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