The Wolf Tooth Morse Titanium Bottle Cage isn't just a beautiful finishing touch to your bike, its position versatility makes it ideal forAbikepacking, gravel touring or non-standard geometry rigs.
Made in-house at Wolf Tooth's Minnesota, USA, HQ, the Morse gets its name from its slot-and-dots mounting plate, which offers a massive 32mm of vertical adjustment to cater for virtually every bike type.
Built from strong and durable hand-bent hollow 3-2.5 titanium tubing, the Morse Titanium Bottle Cage is a great investment if you're looking for a bottle storage solution that'll weather the worst of far-flung exploration.
The perfect cradle for your bottles, this is a truly elegant exercise in utilitarian component design.
We price match all products on a like for like basis.
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i.e delivery charges, buyers premium, assembly charges.
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With all bike sales you will receive an informational bike pack that contains a 15% Off accessories voucher inside.
This voucher is redeemable at your nearest Bicycle Chain, Rock & Road or Climb On Bikes Store.
We currently have stores in Yeovil, Taunton, Bridgwater, Weston-Super-Mare and Hereford.
This is part of our 'Support Local Business' initiative, where we want to see local riders supported by their local bike shops.
We hope to see you in store soon.
When you buy a bike from us in the store or come to collect your Click & Collect order we will adjust your new bike to fit you.
This includes adjusting saddle height, saddle position and where possible adjusting the brake levers / gear shifters.
We will also adjust any accessories you have purchased with your bike where applicable.
When you buy a bike from us you will get a free service at your nearest store within 6 weeks of taking delivery of your bike.
The free service is put in place to make sure the bike you have purchased is running correctly and to adjust out any cable stretch that happens to any new bike.
The type of bike you have bought and the type of riding you have planned will affect how soon you need to book your free service.
However if you experience any issues at any time you should stop riding your bike and book your bike in for its free service immediately.