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Analysis, inspiration and innovation are the key words behind the development of the Tao, the Tacx superlight streamlined bottle cage. The shape of the bike and its technical components inspired the designers.
 
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"This bottle cage is very stylish, light-weight, and easy to use. Holds the bottle firmly and securely."
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Science in Sport 800ml Narrow Neck Cycling Bottle, with mixing measurements for SIS products.
 
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"Good quality and value for money. Does what it says on the tin."
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Analysis, inspiration and innovation are the key words behind the development of the Tao, the Tacx superlight streamlined bottle cage. The shape of the bike and its technical components inspired the designers.
 

What about mounting screws?

Are they included in the package too, or do I need to buy it separately?
They are included, although I opted to use the ones already attached on my bike frame.
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