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In and out, without the fat.

The first time you slide your bottle into FSA’s K-Force Bottle Cage, you’ll be glad you did without portly stainless or plump aluminum counterparts. The lightweight carbon K-Force bottle cage securely holds a bottle, even when blasting over RR tracks, yet its open rib design allows easy entry and exits.

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Don't buy them if your roads have bumps. Or pebbles.

I bought a pair of these and hit the Houston roads on a group ride. Three times my bottles flew out of them. Didn't matter if I was hopping a pothole or train tracks. I was using 24 oz bottles and maybe these cages would work better with smaller bottles, but for $50 bucks each do you truly have to compromise? These are so poorly designed that they will make me think twice about trusting anything FSA makes (though their Wingbars are awesome). I guess I'd use them in a velodrome. Or if I need need kindling for a noxious chemical fire. I bought a pair of steel Blackburn Chicane cages (15 bucks) and they are much much better.