B-RAD (Bottle Relocation and Accessory Device) System
The B-RAD (Be-Rad) system begins with a series of slotted Mounting Bases. Available in three sizes, B-RAD bases can shift a bottle cage away from inconvenient rear shocks, add room for tools or tubes below a bottle cage, or even provide space for a second bottle on sufficiently-long downtubes.
Here is a useful document that if you print this in 1-1 format you can cut out the 3 B-RAD bases to see what fits on your bike.
Next you can mount various B-RAD accessories to your B-RAD base or bases. The B-RAD accessories improve or optimize bottle cage locations, add water/tool/spare parts capacity, and there are many more accessories coming in the future. Check out the pictures below for various examples of how B-RAD can be configured. If you have a unique B-RAD setup, send it our way so we can add it to this information page!
All mountain or enduro setup making use of a non-ideal bottle cage location using B-RAD 2 with Strap Mount holding tube, C02, multi tool, and tire levers.
This setup shows a B-RAD 3 with Strap Mount on the down tube and seat tube. B-RAD 2 with Strap Mount on down tube. An endurance XC racer might use a combination of these setups.
This ride all day setup features a Double Bottle Adapter on B-RAD 4 with Strap Mount on downtube and B-RAD 3 with bottle cage and Strap Mount on seat tube.
This is a frame with maximized inline bottle storage with the B-RAD 4 on the downtube, B-RAD 4 with Iine bottle an accessory canister on seat tube, B-RAD 2 on the bottom of the downtube relocating the bottle for increased tire clearance.
Trail setup with B-RAD 4, Strap Mount, and a Double Bottle Adapter.
Adventure and gravel racing setup with B-RAD 4 used with a Double Bottle Adapter to split bottles around a under top tube bag.