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*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)
*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)

*NEW* Gripper Sidekick (for Cages)

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$8.95
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$8.95
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A minimalist’s dream, only what you need: the perfect accessory to hold a mini pump, CO2, tubeless repair kit or anything else you quickly need to get you back on your ride.  Functioning just like our Quickdraws but in a lighter, less protective package, the Gripper Sidekick was made for adding side loads to to your bottle cage to give you extra storage for your ride essentials. All the colors of our Shock Grippers and Cargo Nets are available, so pick a color you love.

  • Universal fit on any bottle cage and fits any size mini pump
  • Can use both sides or just one, since the cord lays flat against the cage when not in use
  • Cinch gripper let’s you adjust each side's tension individually, squeeze gear tight and quickly loosen
  • Integrated silicone grippers provide a protective layer between cargo and your bike and ensure your gear won't move even on the roughest of rides
  • Nylon jacket on cord and silicone grippers won't hurt your paint
  • Cord tested to 100lb tensile strength
  • Insanely light: just 7g
  • Available in 20 colors, including 10 with Reflective Tracers
  • Made in USA
  • Risk-Free Purchase: if you're not satisfied, we'll send you a return label and exchange it for free!
Mounting Instructions:
  1. Slip Sidekick over bottom half of cage and then pull it up and over top half (above the top cage bolt), with cinch silicone gripper facing up
  2. Slip gear in one side with two silicone grippers underneath gear between bike frame and the gear
  3. Do the same for the other side
  4. Tighten both sides simultaneously by pulling each of the knotted ends away from each other.  Cinch gripper should stay in the middle behind the cage but if it moves to one side, just push it back towards the middle
  5. Check tightness of gear and re-tighten if its not secure enough
  6. Tuck in loose excess cord