Under Test: Velo Orange Fenders

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Metal fenders’ popularity dates back to the golden age of constructeur bicycles. In recent years they’ve experienced a bit of a renaissance thanks in part to the folks at Velo Orange. The Maryland-based company’s fenders feature classic styling, but cost about the same as competitors’ plastic fenders.

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Under Test: Arundel Water Bottle Cages

Although we’re big fans of traditional steel bottle cages, sometimes you want a cage with a more contemporary aesthetic. With no less than ten cages in their lineup, Arundel has a cage for practically any application and budget. For non-standard bottles, there’s the Looney Bin cage.┬áThe company’s Flip Flop cage is ideal for small or cramped frames. And if you’re looking for value and good looks, Arundel’s Sport cage is available in six colors.

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Under Test: MORSA Designs Accessory Mounts

Do you need more space for handlebar-mounted accessories? Say goodbye to crowded handlebars with MORSA Designs‘ modular accessory system. The system features nylon/carbon-composite construction, and┬ámounts are available for computers, lights, POV cameras, and smartphones.

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