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SyncrosMatchbox Coupe Cage


Item # YNS001N

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Item # YNS001N

Matchbox Coupe Cage

There's not much worse than having a mechanical failure 10 miles into the trail, with no tools on hand, and no quick bailout options. Sometimes you just forget that you swapped bags and left your multi-tool at home, or maybe you were hoping to go for a minimalist spin in the woods, and were just a little too optimistic, only to find a bent derailleur hanger when you just got to your descent. With the Syncros Matchbox Coupe Cage you don't have to stress what pack your multi is in, instead, your bike will always be prepared with its own built-in 10-function multi tool that slides neatly into the bottle cage, so it's always there when you need it. The bottle cage secures to any standard 2-bolt bottle holder, and the multi-tool sits neatly inside, so you never have to go without again.
  • Never ride without your tools with this handy cage
  • Supplies you with 10 function multi tool for repairs
  • Tool secures neatly to the inside of the bottle cage
  • Top-opening cage holds bottles tight
  • Nylon-fiberglass construction holds up to rigorous use

Tech Specs
Materialnylon, fiberglass
Compatibilitystandard 2 bolt bottle mounts
Recommended Useroad cycling, mountain biking
Manufacturer Warrantylimited 2 years

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>Rating: 3

No 6mm?!

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

Such a rad concept, and better execution than the specialized swat for sure. The only down side is it doesn’t come with a 6mm hex. Which is a super common size for most thru axel wheels...I unfortunately discovered this 50 miles into a gravel ride when I flatted and tried to pull the wheel...ooops. Anyways super rad. Would be better with a 6mm haha