Washington-based Forager Cycles just added some lovely new brass Cable Cherries and a slightly tweaked version of their Link Wrench to their web shop. Check them out here…

Owned and operated by our friend Dan Stranahan, Forager Cycles was launched in 2020 and has been busy expanding their line of interesting and useful bike tools and components ever since. Their flagship product were their Cable Cherries, which are spherical aluminum cable ends that clamp onto the tails of brake or derailleur cables using a small set screw. Previously only available in machined aluminum, Forager just added a solid brass version that we think looks pretty classy. They are sold in pairs and priced at $20.60, the same as the other cherries.

  • Forager Brass Cable Cherries
  • Forager Brass Cable Cherries
  • Forager Brass Cable Cherries

Forager also added a new version of their handy Link Wrench that loses the 9mm end for just 8mm and 10mm wrenches. The idea is that the 9mm slot can make it tricky to reach sneaky 8mm nuts, and if you’re running a modern rack setup with no 9mm nuts, this new option might be a handier option. The Link Wrench also comes with an emergency link opener via the included dyneema cord. It’s laser cut in the USA from grade 5 titanium and costs $29.

Head over to ForagerCycles.com to check them out and make sure to dig into our reviews linked below for more information on Cable Cherries and the Link Wrench.

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