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Bike Water Bottle Holder No Screws, Double Fix with Removable Velcro for Bottle Cage, 2 Pack Lightweight Aluminum Alloy Silver Bicycle Cup Cage Holder for Outdoor Activities Bicycle Accessories

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He has bike toured and bikepacked over 10,000 miles—across the United States, on the Kokopelli Trail, Colorado Trail, and all over the American Southwest. This sounds bodge-tastic but if done carefully with the right ties/clamps, it can look alright and more importantly, will work. We’ve used one of these cages for years on our commuter bike, and it works great as a tool to hold a water bottle while looking stylish. Bike riding and water bottles go together like salt and pepper, bacon and eggs, and Saturday nights and awful TV entertainment.

If you’re looking for a side-loading water bottle cage for your bike, this recycled plastic option is great. Okay, let’s take a look at the options for installing a water bottle holder on a bike without fitting holes. However, we like that the straps are removable because you can replace them if the velcro wears out. The REI Junction Bottle Cage is another basic water bottle cage that reliably holds a water bottle on your bike.

Most standard bike water bottle cages will effectively hold a bike water bottle when they’re new, but as you use a cage repeatedly, it can get bent. These places tend to cause water bottles to fall out of the cage more frequently, and you don’t want to lose a bottle going over rough terrain. If you want a less expensive cage that is almost as light, check out the Bontrager Side Load recycled water bottle cage. Two sturdy Velcro straps keep the supplied bottle cage securely fixed to whichever part of the frame you need it.

The cage is shaped like a traditional metal water bottle cage but has an extra ring that wraps around the top of the bottle. So, I’ve never really understood why some bike manufacturers continue to produce bikes that don’t come with fixing holes for water bottle cages.

The Widefoot LiterCage is our favorite water bottle holder for bikepacking because it holds a standard 1-liter Nalgene or 40-ounce Kleen Kanteen. You can place it virtually anywhere on your bike: handlebars, highway bars, engine guards, or other locations and it also fits most baby stroller, pushchair bicycle, umbrella car. It also has five mounting holes to attach to your bike, so you can use two or three bolts and adjust the position. The ring comprises two overlapping half circles connecting at the opposite sides of the “standard” bottle cage section. If you have other suggestions or advice on sorting the bottle-free bike problem, let us know in the comments below or via social media.

Vinyl-coated Quick Cage, Arundel Looney Bin, or Portland Design Works Hot Beverage Holder are your best options for carrying a reusable steel bottle.

We found the construction of the Widefoot Litercage, Silca Sicuro, and the Velo Orange Mojave stood out the most among all the bottle cages we tested. If you're tempted by the aluminum bolts to save weight, you can use titanium mounting hardware, though this will only save you a few grams and will be more expensive.

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