Elite Bottle Cage Vico Carbon, Matt Black

Elite Bottle Cage Vico Carbon, Matt Black


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Vico Carbon

Vico Carbon is the choice of the best World Tour teams when it comes to firm bottle cages featuring great technical qualities.

Excpetional grip, it works with any bike frame. 
All these features were possible by means of constant feedback from the best professional champions and our community of Elite cyclists.

Unparalleled lightness and the Made in Italy design makes for the best cage, which works also just perfect with mountain bikes and gravel bikes.

Weight: 25g  |  Diameter: 74mm  |  Material: Carbon

The firmest grip in extreme riding conditions

Precise design and full attention to detail make possible for this cage to boast a superior finish that makes it stand out from the competition. 

Its unique design makes Vico Carbon perfect for innovating bikes and bikers, and it's also ideal for small sloping frames.

Vico Carbon ensures the firmest grip even in extreme conditions, as well as easier and smoother bottle insertion/removal.

Lightness and top performances

Vico Carbon is made in an innovative carbon fiber material which makes it very light (only 25 gr), resistant and reliable.

It features structural sections that vary according to the tension level applied to different areas of the bottle cage during use, ensuring high reliability and performance.


Great grip

The registered design, along with a front structure that surrounds the bottle even in its upper area, optimises the gripping capability of the bottle cage under any circumstance, such as high speed or rocky terrains.

Vico is Best on Test on Cycling Plus!

"The lightest bottlecage in this test, Vico Carbon's carbon-fibre construction is sturdy, but still feels flexible, durable enough for pro teams to use [...]. The splayed rim edges aid accurate, swift bottle insertion from any angle and it'll happy hold bottles up to 74mm diameter with superb security on all terrains."

Cycling Plus
UK's number 1 Road Cycling Magazine


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