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Stay hydrated.

Small bikes and compact frames of all sizes have long been troublesome with their difficulty in allowing you to pull a bottle from a water bottle cage. There are oftentimes such little space in between the top of the bottle and the bottom of the top tube that it's nearly impossible to get a bottle out of the cage (especially on the seat tube but also on the downtube) without forcing you to wrench it sideways from the cage and unintentionally almost ripping your cage off the frame in the process. The Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage was designed specifically to address this. Rather than forcing you to pull (or attempt to pull) your bottle fully upward, its minimalist profile allows you to pull the bottle up just a bit, then to move it outward to prevent the top of the bottle from smacking the bottom of the top tube. And, truth be told, the cage has such a neatly sculpted shape that many folks choose the Sideloader for looks alone. It fits any size bottle -- tall or short. It's available in Matte Black, Oil Slick, and Gloss carbon with two different decal colors -- Red or Silver.

  • Minimalist profile allows easy side entry and exit to clear highly aerodynamic, compact frames
  • Unique carbon weave is optimized to securely hold bottles without any additional weight

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5 5

Easy in, easy out

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The side loader makes it way easy to get bottles into and out of its cage even when totally gassed from hard efforts on the road bike, or when you need to hurry up and get a drink before the next rock garden on the mountain bike. Without the requirement to "thread the needle" with your water bottle, you can just grab it and pull in a natural motion to get your drink.

This cage is for your downtube if you pull the bottle right-handed. If you grab the bottle lefty, or want to pull rightward and need a cage to go vertically on your seat tube, you'll want the OtherSideloader.

Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage

Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage

Mounted on Litespeed C1R, side profile

Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage

Arundel Sideloader Water Bottle Cage

Mounted on Litespeed C1R

Responded on

Is that the matte black or oil slick? I have an L3 that I'm looking to match, and that looks like it matches your C1R quite nicely.

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Its the matte black... It matches the bike perfectly.
They've had this one in stock for a while now but unfortunately I haven't been able to find the matching OtherSideloader for the downtube holder.

5 5

Great design

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Securely holds a standard water bottle.
The only solution (side load) that will work with my small frame aero road bike.

5 5

Nice bottle cage

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are great bottle cages. Light weight and sleek. The side loaders work well on mtn bike frames that tend to be tight in the big triangle area. Highly recommended

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Wes, if I remember right, you have an Ibis Ripley as your personal bike. I have a medium frame Ripley w/X01 (awesome bike, by the way) and am considering one of these (I don't generally like wearing backpacks except for longer rides). Have you tried one of these on your bike and, if so, would you recommend it? Do you use one? Thanks!