Blackburn Outpost Bottle Cage - Silver - Black

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Description

Blackburn makes well thought out accessories for Mountain Bikers and this unique take on a bottle cage shows just that. It is part bottle cage, part cargo rack. You have the ability to mount standard water bottles and even up to 2-litre bottle using the included straps. Because you can mount larger items to this cage have the option to carry other items as well, you are not just restricted to bottles. The silicone backed webbing straps are included with this which prevents your cargo from jostling free and securely strap down odd size bottles and other gear, such as bags and clothing.

Specs:

  • Mounts to 2 standard bottle cage bosses
  • Three sets of mounting holes to fit different size frames
  • 6mm alloy tube construction
  • 4kgs/8.8lbs carrying capacity
  • 164g w/ straps
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Reviews

4.7

Industrial-grade bottle storage

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What the other dudes said, basically. This is a fairly meaty, open format carrier and definitely not limited to bottles - just don't expect to pull whatever you're carrying out while on-bike since it's strap and not slide-in. I reckon you could also use the straps as general purpose gear straps when not using the cage.

Very sturdy and versatile

by

Very sturdy cages. Mounted these only fork using ordinary hose clamps, with some heavy duty fibre-reinforced duct tape wrapped around the fork first for extra grip and to protect the fork from scratches. Works very well. No shifting at all. Would recommend also adding some tape around the wire of the cage in a few places as well to protect the drybag or water bottle in the cage from rubbing against the metal of the cage

Versatile and great price

by

Great product. I use it to carry 1.5L bottle over rough and corrugated trails without a problem. Straps are nice and long and should accomodate a decent size dry bag without any problem. The straps are also lined with rubber compound which grips smooth bottles well.

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Industrial-grade bottle storage

by -

What the other dudes said, basically. This is a fairly meaty, open format carrier and definitely not limited to bottles - just don't expect to pull whatever you're carrying out while on-bike since it's strap and not slide-in. I reckon you could also use the straps as general purpose gear straps when not using the cage.

Very sturdy and versatile

by

Very sturdy cages. Mounted these only fork using ordinary hose clamps, with some heavy duty fibre-reinforced duct tape wrapped around the fork first for extra grip and to protect the fork from scratches. Works very well. No shifting at all. Would recommend also adding some tape around the wire of the cage in a few places as well to protect the drybag or water bottle in the cage from rubbing against the metal of the cage

Versatile and great price

by

Great product. I use it to carry 1.5L bottle over rough and corrugated trails without a problem. Straps are nice and long and should accomodate a decent size dry bag without any problem. The straps are also lined with rubber compound which grips smooth bottles well.

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Blackburn Outpost Bottle Cage - Silver - Black768686541995

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