Geosmina Cargo Cage

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Geosmina’s Cargo Cage for bikepacking allows you to transport large bottles of water, gear, or whatever else you need for your adventures. Carrying more of your gear at lower points reduces the bike's centre of gravity in a simple way without affecting stability.

The cage is made from nylon composite and can be attached to the bottle mounts on your frame or rigid fork as well as to suspension forks with the included stainless steel clamps.

Who's this item for: This is a great bit of kit for bike packers, tourers, or commuters looking for more ways to store gear on their bike for travelling and long-distance riding.

Things you can carry: Designed to fit the Geosmina 4L dry bag (not included) but supports all types of bags as well as large bottles of water etc. Versatility is one of its strengths so feel free to get creative.

Get this cage with the Geosmina 4L waterproof bag here.


  • Length (support base): 9 cm
  • Width: 12.5 cm
  • Height: 21.5 cm

Max Recommended Load: 3kg

Mounting locations: Works with two bolts on bottle mounts but is best for tri-bolt locations. Can also be mounted to forks or frame tubes via the 2x included 12mm stainless steel clamps.

Mount Type: The cage has 3 holes for threaded frame/fork mounts as well as the option to mount via the included stainless steel clamps.

What's Included:

  • Nylon composite bag holder with protective foam.
  • 2x 12mm stainless steel clamps with protective foam.
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