After a short hiatus, they’re again. Morse Cage stainless bottle cages simply made a comeback, touchdown in the marketplace with 304 chrome steel, a extensively adjustable dot-dash-dot mounting sample, and compatibility with Wolf Tooth’s B-RAD storage system.
The metal cages weigh 58 grams.Whereas WTC has continued manufacturing of the titanium cages, the chrome steel model took a little bit break. However now the far more inexpensive choice is again on the cabinets.
Lighter titanium entries (33 grams, roughly the load of “two DVDs!”) are available an array of finishes that vary from fundamental to stunner. Optionally available anodized bolts aid you bedazzle your build-out as a lot as you need.
Wolf Tooth bends every cage by hand in its Minnesota workshop, and the outcome suits proper into its B-RAD (Bottle Relocation and Accent Machine) storage platform. In essence, the patented design provides MTB riders and bikepackers choices to mount bottles away from rear suspension parts and seeks to open up extra body area for storing luggage, instruments, tubes, and many others. Morse Cages have 32mm of vertical adjustment constructed into the cage itself, with the dot-dash sample guaranteeing that the cage can’t slip as soon as mounted in place.
From there, B-Rad Mounting plates in varied lengths add the potential for much more adjustment. From there, Wolf Tooth additionally affords roll-top luggage, and a strap.
Finish outcome? One thing just like the picture beneath, the place the B-RAD 2 drops the Morse Cage beneath the usual place to present further clearance between the bottle and the body bag.
The usual 304 chrome steel Morse Cage prices $30 MSRP. You may also get a titanium Morse Cage (33 grams, roughly the load of “two DVDs!”) for $70 or the varied candy-painted entries for $85-90.