If you are interested in more information about these products, call us at (403)813-1260, or email us at

Garmin GPS


Edge 800

Garmin Edge 800


Edge 500

Garmin Edge 500




Make the most of every ride with Edge® 800 — the first touchscreen GPS bike computer. Providing navigation and performance monitoring, Edge 800 is ideal for touring, commuting, competitive cycling and mountain biking. It has a built-in basemap and tracks your distance, speed, location and ascent/descent. Use it with an ANT+™ heart rate monitor¹, speed/cadence sensor¹ or compatible power meter² for a finely tuned analysis of your ride.¹Included with some models, sold separately for others.

²When paired with optional ANT+™ power meter.
³Separate purchase required for detailed topo maps.



Sharpen your cycling performance with Edge 500, a lightweight GPS-based cycling computer for performance-driven cyclists. Loaded with data, Edge 500 tracks your distance, speed, location and elevation with high sensitivity GPS. Add an ANT+™ compatible heart rate monitor, speed/cadence sensor or compatible power meter for a finely-tuned analysis of your ride.

Arundel’s Cages and Accessories


Bottle Cages

Arundel’s Water Bottle Cages

Arundel’s line of carbon cages combine light weight, sharp looks and rock-solid ability to hold a bottle – which is really the point of a bottle cage in the first place.

  • Dave-O
  • Mandible
  • Trident
  • Sideloader
  • Chrono
  • Sport



The Dave-O cage, introduced in the spring of 2001, was one of the very first carbon fiber cages. Each cage is made in a compression mold. Layers of fabric are placed in the mold by hand, the mold then goes to the press where it is subjected to temperatures around 250 degrees and pressures close to 1000 psi. In 2004 we added extra colors. In 2006 we added “Oil Slick”, which is a Uni-Tape (not a weave) finish that’s gaining in popularity. The cage itself remains unchanged but the mounting boss decal is available in the original red and other colors. (30 grams)


The Mandible

Holding onto a bottle is pretty important in water bottle cage design and the Mandible does it well. The sexy curves belie the inherent strength of the Mandible. How can anything so seemingly fragile be so strong, you ask? Because the shape of the arms allows for a smaller cross section, but provides 40% more bottle grabbing power than other cages; more strength, smaller package. It’s tough enough for any type of use, including mountain bike, triathlon style brackets, and cobble-esque road riding. (28 grams)


Trident Bottle Cage

The Trident was released for sale in 2004 after two years of testing and modification. It uses the same construction methods as the Dave-O, yet the two arm design cradles the bottle differently than the Dave-O. These wider, lower arms appeal to riders who grip the bottle by the waist as opposed to the neck. We don’t believe there is a “right way” to grab a water bottle, by the way. Dropping the thing is bad. We have figured that much out. (30 grams)


The Sideloader and The Other-Side Loader

Our version of a side loading cage uses the same manufacturing processes as our other cages. The quality is certainly up to our high standard. Instead of building this cage to be all things to all people we concluded a specific, one piece shape works best. The Other-Side Loader is for our leftie-friends. (30 grams)


The Chrono

Our Chrono bottle and cage combo is the ultimate form-function union for time-trialists and triathletes. Bottle and cage are co-molded for seamless interface, and the raised logo on the bottle provides grip. The odd shape pays special attention to the mechanics of releasing and inserting the bottle in the cage. The cage and bottle mate together in a positive snap. The cap on the bottle is an industry standard with a mouth wide enough to use ice cubes or sports drink powder. The bottle holds 20oz., the same as regular sized round bottles.


The Sport

The Sport is basically a nylon-reinforced plastic version of a Dave-O. It may not be carbon, but it is Arundel and that means it will hold a bottle better than any other cage on the market.

Other Accessories

Other Arundeal Accessories

Their seat bags and bar tape exhibit the same attention to detail and function, and the minds at Arundel are looking for new ways to improve on other cyclist’s needs.

  • The Dual
  • The Tubi
  • The Clamp
  • Cork Tape


The Dual

Named for the contents it was designed around – 2 spare tubes, 2 CO2 cartridges and your inflator. Best of all, no strap around the seat post, so no Velcro to ruin your expensive bike shorts. The materials that went into making a Dual seat bag are not the latest techno-fibers, and the leather patch could be called “old-fashioned” but what did go into the construction is a lot of thought. The leather patch on the bag snuggles up against the seat tube so after several years of use the leather will look pretty worn but the tubes inside the bag will still be protected and the bag won’t have holes worn in it.


The Tubi

If you run tubulars, the Tubi is an elegant and functional carrier for your spare. Like the Dual, no strap around the seat post, yet it doesn’t shift and sway.


Tri Clamp

This simple device clamps to the seat post instead of the seat rails, and it fits virtually all seat post shapes. No one else makes one like it. Triathletes popularized this behind-the-seat method of carrying water due to their need to hydrate like crazy. (150 grams without cages)

Cork Tape

Cork Tape

Cork tape is cork tape, and Arundel makes it too. But the Gecko Grip is unique – a non-slip surface that is great for wet conditions, riding without gloves (are you listening triathletes?) and for indoor trainer workouts. Available in five colors: black, white, blue, red, or yellow.