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Zefal Straps It All Down with New Universal Adventure Bottle Cage

z adventure cageThe Z Adventure Cage from Zefal. Photo c. Zefal
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No matter how many hydration packs get invented, some cyclists still prefer the old-fashioned bottle cage.

That’s why French company Zefal has introduced yet another bottle cage. But this one aims to accommodate any bottle you can throw at it — by which we mean carefully place within its flexible arms.

Zefal, known for its bike accessories, designed the Z Adventure Cage to work with “all types” of cylindrical containers. That includes run-of-the-mill water bottles to insulated water bottles, and even large-diameter rigid bottles — if your bike frame allows it.

Between the sturdy support structure and wide strap, “your bottle will be preserved, even on the most uneven terrain,” the company said.

Z adventure cage
A closeup of the Z Adventure Cage from Zefal. Photos c. Zefal

Zefal Z Adventure Cage: Design Details

The latest bottle cage from Zefal aims for long-distance use, be it bikepacking or simply a long holiday on your favorite ride.

With four fixing holes, the cage offers universal mounting on either a frame or fork. It’s compatible with bottles from Ø66 to 92 mm. Using the hook and loop strap, riders can cinch down for extra water bottle security.

The cage measures 230 x 81 x 94 mm and weighs a tidy 88 grams. And yes, it comes with the necessary screws for assembly.

Zefal Z Adventure Cage: Pricing & Availability

The Z Adventure Cage will set you back just €25, or about $24 USD.

It’s currently available on the Zefal website.


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Deputy Dawg
Deputy Dawg
1 year ago

VERY interested. My question is at what weight on a bottle cage do bike frame manufacturers start drawing the line? Hopefully not a worry.

1 year ago

Not every bike rider wants to carry 2L or roughly 4 pounds of water on their back or like those that still stuff loads of gear into their jersey back pockets. So many options to attach and carry everything on the bike.

Gary P
Gary P
1 year ago

Looks like just the ticket for mounting a bottle-shaped tool-and-flat-kit caddy under the down-tube on a gravel/all-road bike.

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