often Triathlon framesets have smaller frame triangles and shorter head tubes in
an effort to make the frames more aerodynamic. This results in having to pull
the water bottle somewhat sideways in order to get it out of the bottle cage.
Most current cages on the market make bottle extraction difficult.
engineers at XLAB have a cage that grips very well over bumpy surfaces but also
has a special cut off angle of 30 degrees which testing has proved is the
optimum angle in Tri framesets. It is super quick to get the bottle out of the
Chimp Cage features a stiff bottom lip to support large bottles, a stiff upper
tab to retain bottles in the cage and slots in the back to provide vertical
adjustment on the frame. It is made with the same high temperature and pressure
process as the successful Gorilla rear cage and in extra stiff carbon. The 6 arm
design and graphics match the Gorilla so you can now have a consistent bottle
cage design on your racing machine but with cages designed for each specific
purpose. Use Gorilla Cage for rear hydration carriers.