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Wolf Tooth ComponentsB-RAD Double Bottle Cage Adapter

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Stay thirsty.

Designed to harmoniously attach to Wolf Tooth's B-RAD Mounting Base, the B-RAD Double Bottle Cage Adapter allows you to carry two water bottles in a side-by-side fashion, so you can stay hydrated on longer hauls and trail rides. As a nifty alternative, you can use the B-RAD Double Bottle Cage Adapter to attach one water bottle alongside a Mini Strap and Accessory Mount (sold separately) for greater storage of tools and tubes in remote riding locales.

To install, you'll need to purchase a separately available B-Rad Mounting Base (most likely the B-RAD 3 or 4 Base), which attaches directly to standard 64 millimeter bottle cage braze-ons located on your bike's downtube or fork leg. The Double Bottle Cage Adapter is comprised of 6061-T6 aluminum brackets and stainless steel hardware.

  • Allows you to carry two bottles in side-by-side fashion
  • Requires use of B-RAD 3 or 4 Mounting Base (not included)
  • Works with Mini Strap and Accessory Mount (not included)
  • Includes aluminum brackets and stainless steel hardware
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
[brackets] 6061-T6 aluminum, [hardware] stainless steel
requires B-RAD mounting base (sold separately)
Recommended Use
commuting, gravel, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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    High quality pieces and hardware typical of Wolftooth. The idea is a good one, and offers extra flexibility in adding more water storage on the bike, versus carrying it on your back.