Wolf Tooth Morse adjustable Stainless & Ti bottle cages

King Cange and Wolf Tooth aim to solve your water cage fitting woes

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The bit of adjustment allows just enough to clear a frame bag, fit a larger bottle, or accommodate an upgraded rear shock.

Nothing is worse than mounting a bottle cage only to have it interfere with you shock or even worse, the bottle won’t fit?! Well, Wolf Tooth and King Cage have teamed to battle this problem head-on and introduce the Morse Cage.

Similar to the Wolftooth B-RAD (Bottle Relocation and Accessory Devices) the Morse Cage allows riders a lighter, lower-profile way to re-position bottle cages. The bit of adjustment allows just enough to clear a frame bag, fit a larger bottle, or accommodate an upgraded rear shock.

Handcrafted by King Cage in Durango, Colorado, the Morse Cage will never mar your bottles, can be bent back into shape if damaged, and are available now in both titanium and stainless steel.

Who better to take on the task of production than the kings of bottle holder, King Cage. Legendary for their strength, tenacious hold, and durability, King’s US-made stainless steel and titanium cages are bought once and for ridden decades.

The result is the Wolf Tooth Morse Cage. Named for its dot-dash-dot-dash mounting pattern, the Morse Cage base plate offers four positions across 32mm of vertical adjustment, capturing one mounting bolt in every position to lock in the perfect position. Handcrafted by King Cage in Durango, Colorado, the Morse Cage will never mar your bottles, can be bent back into shape if damaged, and are available now in both titanium and stainless steel.

Morse Cage

Wolf Tooth Morse Cage is named for its dot-dash-dot-dash mounting pattern, the base plate offers four positions across 32mm of vertical adjustment.

Specifications:

Construction: Hand-bent hollow tubing
Adjustability: Precision-cut four-position bases with 32mm of total adjustment
Weight:
Titanium: 32g
Stainless Steel: 58g
Price:
Titanium: $70
Stainless Steel: $25

For more information, visit wolftoothcomponents.com.


About the author: Jordan Villella

Jordan comes from the steep streets of Pittsburgh PA, where he learned to dodge cars and rip single track. He has been involved in nearly every aspect of the cycling industry: from turning wrenches, store design, clothing production and bike park creation. Jordan spends his free time racing cross country and cyclocross around North America, though he has been know to enduro every now and then. His love of cycling is only second to his love of his family and punk rock.


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