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Portland Design Works Bird Cage
$17.00 - $19.00
Replace your boring old bottle cage with Portland Design Works' fresh take on the H2O holder. The Bird Cage is made of lightweight 5052 alloy in the shape of a bird with wings folded to cradle your water bottle. • 57 grams (2 oz) • 5052 alloy • Includes two stainless bolts
Portland Design Works Bar-ista Coffee Cup Holder
$18.00
Sometimes you don't want to leave your cup of joe at home. Enter: Portland Design Works' Bar-ista to keep your morning beverage within easy reach. This handy accessory fits most travel mugs and attaches to 26.0mm handlebars. Drop in your travel mug (with a good lid to avoid splash stains) and enjoy the ride. - Constructed of 5052 alloy and lined with rubber to better grip travel mugs - Weight: 71g (2.5 ounces) - Dimensions: 8cm (3.125") diameter at top, tapering to 7.5cm (2.95") at bottom - Lifetime PDWarranty
Portland Design Works Owl Cage
$19.00
The Portland Design Works Owl Cage is made from a single sheet of lightweight 5052 alloy. Cut in the shape of a Great Horned Owl, its wings fold in to securely cradle your water bottle. Get an Owl and make your ride fly. - Constructed of 5052 alloy - Weight: 67 g (2.3 oz) - Includes two stainless bolts for installation - Lifetime PDWarranty
Portland Design Works Sparrow Cage
$19.00
The Portland Design Works Sparrow Cage is made from a single sheet of lightweight 5052 alloy. The Sparrow's wings fold in to securely cradle your water bottle and the cut outs help keep the cage light. Get a Sparrow and make your ride fly. - Constructed of 5052 alloy - Includes two stainless bolts for installation  - Weight: 57 g (2 oz) - Lifetime PDWarranty
Portland Design Works Sparrow Water Bottle Cage
$19.00
The Sparrow Cage is made from a single sheet of lightweight 5052 alloy. The Sparrow's wings fold in to securely cradle your water bottle and the cut-outs help keep the cage light. Get a Sparrow and make your ride fly. DETAILS Constructed of 5052 alloy Includes two stainless bolts for installation Weight: 57 g (2 oz) Lifetime PDWarranty
Portland Design Works Hot Take Cup Holder
$25.00
The Hot Take beverage holder is a super hot take on how to carry a beverage by bike. Designed specifically for use with Kleen Kanteen/Miir/Hydroflask containers. The Hot Take is intended for use with cylindrical shaped vessels, so tall boys fit fine! The bottom strap is adjustable, allowing the Hot Take to accommodate 12-24oz containers. Meticulously constructed of three layers for maximum functionality. The inner layer embraces your beverage with a soft microfiber that won't scratch your container. The outer layer is crafted of a bombproof nylon for long lasting durability, with an elastic band that allows for varying bottle sizes. In between these two layers is a firm but flexible plastic liner that provides rigidity, meaning your Hot Take will never lose its shape. Three points of attachment fasten to your stem, handlebars, and steerer tube for a firm hold, providing carefree riding and sipping. "I've been riding and testing the Hot Take for over a year now and it has become a quintessential part of my commuter. I even jammed a bottle of wine in there once!" - PDW Co-founder Erik Olson
Portland Design Works Lucky Cat Cage
$25.00
The Lucky Cat Cage is made from a single sheet of lightweight 5052 alloy. Cut in the shape of a Maneki-neko (Japanese for "beckoning cat"), this Portland Design Works bottle cage will undoubtedly bring good luck to its owner. Its side loading design makes it a great fit on small bike frames.
Portland Design Works Very Good Dog Bottle Cage
$25.00
We donate 10% of profits from the Very Good Dog (VGD) Cage to animal advocacy organizations that help very good dogs in need. ?The shape of the white VGD Cage was inspired by the legendary brandy toting St.Bernard rescue dogs of the Swiss Alps. The black VGD was designed to represent another type of rescue dog: the everyday Black Lab mix who's waiting to steal your heart and be adopted at the local shelter. Stay hydrated, and help out some very good dogs in the process.
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