Australian drama in which a man suffering from Alzheimers strikes up an unusual friendship with an eleven-year-old girl. Against the backdrop of the New South Wales countryside Rhia (Emily Barclay) is attempting to rais...
Elite's Cannibal bottle cage features a huge entry point to allow for easy insertion, ideal for use in race situations when you need to get your bottle out and stowed away quickly. So called as it devours your bottle in its clutches just as its namesake would devour its prey, the Cannibal wraps completely around your bottle with an elastomer section to allow the cage to automatically adjust
Elite Cannibal Carbon Bottle Cage; Elite Cannibal Carbon Bottle Cage featuring an innovative side and front bottle insertion/removal design Matte finish Works with all frames and is ideal for sloping top tubes or smaller frame sizes
Elite Elite Cannibal Wide Mouth Bottle CageReady to swallow your bottle, the cannibal does exactly what it says on the tin. Perfect for easy insertion, this bottle cage is perfect for race situations where you need to store your bottle away quickly Ideal FitWraps completely around the bottle with an elastomer section to allow the cage to automatically adjust for different bottle shapes Tough,
Introducing the Elite Cannibal Bottle Cage; Designed to devour your bottle just as its namesake used to devour his opponents. Huge entry point allows very easy insertion, especially in race situations when you need to get your bottle stowed quickly. Wraps completely around the bottle with an elastomer section to allow the cage to automatically adjust for different bottle shapes.
Wraps completely around the bottle with an elastomer section to allow the cage to automatically adjust for different bottle shapes Tough, reinforced fibreglass construction for durability and competitive weight. Wide mouth allows easy insertion from a wide variety of angles, making this highly suitable for frames with tight clearances
When her anthropologist husband fails to return from an expedition into the Manilla jungle, Susan Stevenson (Ursula Andress) organises a search party to go looking for him. Accompanied by her brother Arthur (Antonio Marsina) and her husbands friend Dr Edward Foster (Stacey Keach), Susan heads towards Mount Rarami, the last confirmed location her husband visited. There they learn about the terrible