Posted by Logan Watts
Since the release of Wolf Tooth’s B-RAD (Bottle Relocation and Accessory Devices), riders have been asking for a lighter, lower-profile way to re-position bottle cages. Usually it’s only a matter of an inch or so, but just enough to clear a frame bag, fit a larger bottle, accommodate a bottle with an upgraded rear shock, or solve another such conundrum. Enter the Morse Cage. Named for its dot-dash-dot-dash mounting pattern, the Morse Cage’s base plate offers four positions with 32mm (1.26″) of vertical adjustment, capturing one mounting bolt in every position to lock in the perfect position.
Here’s the best part: instead of trying to source materials and build the means to fabricate the cages in-house, Wolf Tooth turned to bottle cage maker King Cage to produce the Morse Cage as a collaboration. Legendary for their strength and durability, King Cage’s US-made stainless steel and titanium cages are bought once and ridden for decades. Like other King Cage products, the Wolf Tooth/King Cage Morse Cage is handcrafted by King in Durango, Colorado, and is available now in both stainless steel and titanium for $24.95 and $69.95, respectively.
Wolf Tooth/King Cage Morse Cage Specs
- Hand-bent hollow tubing
- Four-position bases with 32mm of adjustment
- Titanium: 32g
- Stainless Steel: 58g
- Titanium: $69.95
- Stainless Steel: $24.95
Buy now and learn more over at WolfToothComponents.com.