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Cube HPC bottle cages 02

The Cube HPC bottle cage is a featherweight carbon-fibre cage weighing just 23g. However it doesn't offer the best grip, meaning bottle can be shaken loose.

Score 7

Lifeline brush20160201_0117

Lifeline's water bottle cleaning brush is an effective way to clean your bottles thoroughly and keep then hygeinic

Score 8


An insulated bottle makes swigging during a ride a bit more pleasant when it's hot or cold out. We've tested Elite's Nanogelite on our cold weather rides

Score 8

Camelbak Podium bottle 2

CamelBak was founded on its hydration packs, but its standard water bottles are by no means run of the mill. The Podium is available in eight different colour schemes and…

Score 9

Cycling Souvenirs Grand Tour espresso cups. Cake and plate are model's own

Classy cups and saucers to celebrate the main classification jerseys of the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France

Score 9

Hoy bottle and cage

Are you a massive fan of Sir Chris Hoy? perhaps you own a Hoy bike and would like matching accessories? The Chris Hoy bottle cage is an attractive super light,…

Score 7


The clever upside-down design of the Iris means that bottle access on smaller frames is much improved with the only drawback being that the bottle can need a bit of…


If a bottle cage does its job well it becomes somewhat unremarkable and forgettable — in a good way, you understand. And that’s exactly the case with the SL-Speed. With…

Score 8


On the road, the bidon rules, and hydration packs are a hard sell, but the CamelBak RaceBak is, uniquely, built into a base layer. A quality base layer is vital…

Score 9