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by Shane Stokes
April 20, 2018
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Silca’s product range continues to expand, this time with the announcement of a new titanium bottle cage, the Sicuro.
Silca claim the new bottle cage will feature “unique aerospace technology never before used in the cycling industry”. It appears the Sicuro will feature a laser welded construction and be manufactured by Silca at their headquarters in Indianapolis, USA (becoming the second titanium bottle cage manufactured in the USA, after the long-standing King cage). Elongated mounting eyelets will feature for vertical adjustability. The cage will weigh 29grams and come with a 25 year warranty.
It’s only expected to be available in August and pricing is to be confirmed. To await for more information, visit the Sicuro story page.