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Cero is better known for its wheels, but it also makes accessories: bottles, pumps, rims, handlebars and what we're testing here, bottle cages.

£18.99
Score 10

At just 23g, the Elite Vico Carbon bottle cage is ideal for those wanting to pare a few grams off their bikes.

£24.99
Score 9

The Cube HPC bottle cage is a featherweight carbon-fibre cage weighing just 23g. However it doesn't offer the best grip, meaning bottle can be shaken loose.

£39.99
Score 7

Lifeline's water bottle cleaning brush is an effective way to clean your bottles thoroughly and keep then hygeinic

£2.60
Score 8

An insulated bottle makes swigging during a ride a bit more pleasant when it's hot or cold out. We've tested Elite's Nanogelite on our cold weather rides

£19.99
Score 8

CamelBak was founded on its hydration packs, but its standard water bottles are by no means run of the mill. The Podium is available in eight different colour schemes and…

£8.99
Score 9

Classy cups and saucers to celebrate the main classification jerseys of the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France

£50.00
Score 9

Are you a massive fan of Sir Chris Hoy? perhaps you own a Hoy bike and would like matching accessories? The Chris Hoy bottle cage is an attractive super light,…

£34.99
Score 7

The clever upside-down design of the Iris means that bottle access on smaller frames is much improved with the only drawback being that the bottle can need a bit of…

£15.99

If a bottle cage does its job well it becomes somewhat unremarkable and forgettable — in a good way, you understand. And that’s exactly the case with the SL-Speed. With…

£64.99
Score 8

On the road, the bidon rules, and hydration packs are a hard sell, but the CamelBak RaceBak is, uniquely, built into a base layer. A quality base layer is vital…

£84.99
Score 9