2011 Model No Longer Available
Serfas Tubular Carbon Cage - 2011 BCS
Let the Serfas Tubular Carbon Cage lovingly support and cup your jugs. Get with the times, the term water bottle’s so 1990. Rubber grommets prevent unwanted jug-ejection, while super lightweight carbon construction gets more peloton attention than a streetwalker rocking a massive set of silicone fakies.
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February 10, 2012
Got this cage last night and I love how it looks. It's light, low profile, holds a bottle firmly and looks great. Plus, when these are on sale it's a sick price for a carbon cage. I'm seriously considering getting another to replace the composite cage that I've been using for the last year.
I don't know what else to say, the simple black just looks perfect--better than the Serfas Cirque cages. A++
January 11, 2012
This cage is a great addition to my bike. At first I tried the Serfas Cirque SL cage, but not only did it look a bit tacky, it wouldn't accomodate slightly wider bottles like the Camelbak Podium. This cage does a better job with that, as its arms can flex, although it's still a pretty tight fit. Also, the weight actually comes in right where it's advertised - two cages weigh 50g total without bolts, or 60g with bolts. At 25g a cage, these are pretty darn light.
Also, I like the design of these - just classic enough to look great on my Cervelo, which has a similar finish to the carbon (no weave). These cages also share a resemblance to the highly-regarded (and very expensive) Arundel Mandible, which makes me think this is a fundamentally stronger design (using tubular carbon that flexes), as opposed to the thin carbon sheets used in most carbon cages.