Arundel

The Chrono strikes a keen balance between a slippery aero shape and the critical issue of use-ability. This lightweight bottle and cage combo is...
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The Dave-O cage, introduced in the spring of 2001, was one of the very first mass-produced carbon fiber bottle cages. Each cage is made in a...
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Arundel boldly declares their Dual seat bag as the right size . We have to agree. This bag fits two standard road tubes, two CO2 cartridges, an...
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Arundel's Gecko grip has a rubber like feel, makingfor a unique alternative to standard cork handlebar tape. Eva foam is encased in polyurethane,...
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Detail The Arundel Mandible bottle cage is aesthetically minimal, yet completely utilitarian in design. Like many carbon cage designs, it features a...
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Arundel's Sideloader doesn't need to do everything. It just needs to work great on the seat tube of a smaller or a compact frame. And it does. The...
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Arundel's stainless steel bottle cage is not your ordinary bottle holder. Most cages are now made of carbon, plastic, or other composites, but...
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The Trident was released for sale in 2004 after two years of testing and modification. It uses the same construction methods as the Dave-O, yet the...
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A small compact seatbag for one 700c road tube, a tire lever, a couple CO2 cartridges and a Co2 chuck. TheUno seatbag from Arundel is the smaller...
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