Need to move your water bottle down for a half frame bag? Or having trouble squeezing in a larger bottle on your full-suspension rig? The new Wolf Tooth/King Cage Morse Cage offers 32mm of adjustability in either stainless steel or titanium…

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.

  • Wolf Tooth King Cage Morse Cage
  • Wolf Tooth King Cage Morse Cage
  • Wolf Tooth King Cage Morse Cage

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
  • Wolf Tooth King Cage Morse Cage
  • Wolf Tooth King Cage Morse Cage
  • Wolf Tooth King Cage Morse Cage

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

Wolf Tooth King Cage Morse Cage

Buy now and learn more over at WolfToothComponents.com.

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