Mojave Water Bottle Cage
Carrying enough water on longer rides can be a problem. This is especially true for touring cyclists in the southwest as well as parts of the world where potable water sources are far apart. We designed the Mojave cage to fit 32oz Nalgene bottles, 32 oz insulated Klean Kanteen bottles, and 40oz Klean Kanteen stainless steel bottles.
The mounting tab has 5 holes to allow you to mount it in three positions, higher or lower as best fits your frame. You can also mount it on newer frames with three water bottle screw bosses. Construction is all stainless steel.
One caveat, the Klean Kanteen bottle is pretty tall, about 29cm with the sport top. It may not fit inside the main triangle of smaller frames. The Nalgene is shorter, but doesn't offer a sport top.
Weight is 158 gr. Available in Polished Silver and Smooth Noir.
Great cages, multiple mounting points, holds bottles securely over any terrain and nicely finished ✅
Also, the three positions for the mount holes is crucial. Adjustable too!; just squeeze them or stretch them to fit just about any bottle — even my UE Mega boom for tunes ;)
The cage works and looks great. It's much shinier than my old cage for normal bottles too. It's great for city commutes and long rides, but the bottle bounces around a little when riding gravel and single track, which is to be expected. Maybe optional rubber covering around the top of the cage could stabilize the bottles on rougher terrain.
Looks rad though, and I'm more hydrated than my mates with small bottles
I live in Arizona and it’s *really* hot n dry here (obvi) and these bad jacksons make it possible to carry enough high quality h2o to keep me riding thru the mid-day sun. Throw two of these on your bike with two 1.5 liter nalgenes and you’ve got enough water for an entire day of putzing around on your bike. (Pro tip: freeze the h2o in your nalgenes for your summer desert ride, otherwise you’ll be chugging water warmer than your elevated body temp)
Fits my nalgene perfectly, and has been secure. No fear of the bottle flying out on my gravel rides. The cage slightly hugs the bottle too and applies pressure around it, it doesn't just sit inside.