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Green Chile Adventure Gear


GCAG Motorcycle Fuel Bottle Holster

Fuel Bottle

The universal bottle holster you can add to any setup.

The GCAG Bottle Holster is designed to support many different bottles. The Bottle Holster can attach to our Uprising Soft Rack, Hardcore Soft Rack, or anything you can get the straps around. This is an easy and convenient method to carry extra liquids.

The Following bottles have been tested and verified:

  • 1 Liter fuel bottles such as Primus, MSR, and Optimus
  • 1.5 Liter fuel bottles from Primus
  • 1 liter Nalgene bottles
  • 40oz Thermoflask water bottle

Any motorcycle fuel bottle with a circumference of 11.5" or less will fit.


  • Four straps that can easily go around any mount point.
  • Top strap to run through any slotted cap to prevent the bottle from coming out.
  • Pull string with keeper in the top to keep shorter bottles and bottles without a slotted cap from coming out.
  • Made from 1000D Cordura. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 74 reviews
John in Knoxville (Knoxville, US)
Fuel Bottle & Holder

Works exactly as advertised. 1.5 Liter bottle is perfect size to get you back when you run out. Shipped and received quicker than quick. Muchas Gracias Green Chili Adventure Gear well done. Will be back for more essential gear.

Brad Smith (Omaha, US)

I’ve had two GC racks on dirt bikes and love how versatile they are. I can use the bottle holsters as small panniers and hold fuel and tools. And Adam is committed to the customer support and building good gear. Nicely done!

Brian McNeeley (Phoenix, US)
Fuel Bottle Holster

I purchased 2 of these to carry on my bikes. After buying the tow strap and seeing the high quality of it I decided to try these and I'm glad that I did. My 1500ml bottles are a tight fit but they stay put. All of the products that I have from Green Chile have been well worth the price.

William Pellenz (Syracuse, US)
Fuel bottle holder and bottles

These appear to be nicely constructed bags with webbing tie downs. They appear to allow for flexible mounting locations. Unfortunately I haven’t had a chance to put them to the test yet.

Brock Gill
A practical solution

It’s exactly what I needed. I encourage anyone to grab one of these before the next ride.

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