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Jonathan R

Umm, if it doesn't have room for a spare tube, what good is it?


It will fit an inner tube, actually it might fit two or three if you want - depending on the size of your tire.

Maple Leaf

Just use a wide-mouth water bottle (or a narrow-mouth that has been sliced open, filled and taped shut).

It's cheaper, less poserish and a "real" hack.

Who doesn't have way more water bottles than they really need?


Given that Cage Rocket is listed as one of your promotion partners, it seems fair to ask whether you were paid - directly or indirectly - for this write-up.


bigger and better: http://www.somafab.com/stashbottle.html

holds a tube, topeak alien 2 (gigantic multitool), patch kit, tire levers, and a billfold.


Thanks for your question Dan. As stated clearly in our FTC notice on the main menu we never demand or accept monetary compensation for product reviews. So the answer is - No, we were not paid in any fashion what-so-ever.

We just like the product and don't mind telling people about it. Same goes for the Monkey Light, Anti Monkey Butt powder, or any other products passed on to us for reviews.

Ride on!


Meh, stick all that stuff in your under-seat bag and keep your cage free for a second bottle. There are many bags around that hold much more than the rocket thing.

Waste of a good cage as far I'm concerned.



Products are unique to situations. I commute five miles one way to work every day and it is not uncommon for me to make several stops and lock my bike up. I don't need water or a any beverage when I commute so I do not even need one bottle of any liquid.

However, I do carry about $50 worth of products in my Cage Rocket. It also takes me 1 second to take the Cage Rocket with me. If I were to use a seat bag, it would be a hassle to have to remove the products or the bag every single stop I made. And if you leave a bag or any products on your bike in NYC, do not expect them to be there when you get back.

So, the Cage Rocket is a perfect match for short commutes where you need to leave your bike outside frequently as it takes 1 second to remove and carry with you.


Be careful with things like that falling off your bike, I have had a sigg bottle come out of one of my cages and fall between my chainstays and spokes. Slamming me to a skid pissing off the truck (18wheeler) behind me. Not fun, made the rest of the ride home tough on a bent wheel and no rear break.
This looks like a good product, I am quite intrigued.


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