Wolf Tooth Components B-RAD Half Bottle Cage Adapter

Wolf Tooth Components B-RAD Half Bottle Cage Adapter
Wolf Tooth Components B-RAD Half Bottle Cage Adapter
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B-RAD Half Bottle Cage Adapter by Wolf Tooth Components
The B-RAD Half Bottle Cage Adapter is a great solution for trail riders seeking an easier way to grab their water bottles while riding, especially those riding with tight frame tolerances and rear shocks that get in the way of bottle access. By moving the bottle over to the side of the frame (by approximately a half-bottle radius), the B-RAD Half Bottle Cage Adapter lets you quickly grab your bottle without struggling to free it from your bottle cage. It's available in two versions, the Adapter Only version which attaches directly to Wolf Tooth's B-RAD Mounting Base or the Adapter with Dogbone for attaching directly to your frame braze-ons without the need for a separate B-RAD Mounting Base. Use it for bottle retrieval convenience or add it to your frame for additional bottle storage. Either way, we're sure you'll find a nifty way to customize the bottle storage and retrieval convenience of your favorite bike.

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