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BiKASE Sidewinder “Any Bottle Cage” fits Bigger Bottles on Smaller Bikes

bikase sidewinder ABC adjustable size bicycle bottle cage
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BiKASE’s original ABC (Any Bottle Cage) used an expandable cage design with a ratcheting closure to secure the contents, allowing you to fit something larger, like a Nalgene bottle. Or, attach it to your fork legs and stow a small tent, sleeping bag, or dry bag.

bikase sidewinder ABC adjustable size bicycle bottle cage shown with nalgene and wine bottle in it

Now, their Sidewider ABC tilts things to allow for side entry, making it possible to slip larger bottles (or gear) into frames with less space inside the front triangle. Whether that’s a kids’ bike, or just a really small frame or challenging full suspension layout, now you have more options and a system that’ll hold the contents tight no matter what the terrain.

bikase sidewinder ABC adjustable size bicycle bottle cage

The Sidewinder can be flip-flopped for right or left side entry, and the opening goes from 2.25″ up to 4.75″. MSRP is $29.99.

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Tom Wenzel
Tom Wenzel
8 months ago

No growler mounts?

Fail.

Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
8 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wenzel

Smoke weed instead. Much easier to carry on the bike and you’ll be able to workout the next morning instead of nursing a hangover.

Cash'N
Cash'N
8 months ago
Reply to  Fake Namerton

Yes, I agree. This holder makes a great stash spot. I generally start with light cardio in the morning after. drink your water!

Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
8 months ago

Good ideal. I recall seeing something similar with wine bottles. Since there are so many different insulated bottle trends these days.

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