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Riot Power Cage, 3mm Steel, 75x75mm box sections

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Riot Power Cage, 3mm Steel, 75x75mm box sections

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We are proud to introduce the Strengthshop Riot Power Cage.

A beast of a cage, this new model will serve you well in commercial and home settings alike. The versatile and feature-rich cage is ideal for all types of strength training.


Depth: 141 cm

Width without band pegs: 120 cm
Width with band pegs: 163 cm

Height: 210 cm
(without pull up station, or with it flipped upside down: 207 cm)

Gross weight: 180 kg

Tube Size: 75 x 75 mm

Diameter holes: 25 mm
Space between holes: 50 mm

Rated to 600 kg

The cage comes packed with the following features and ad ons:

- Strong 75 x 75 mm tube size

- Flat tube spotter arms

- Includes one pair of J-hooks with deep and secure bar holder with easily adjustable and wide ranging heights

- Also includes a pair of bar holders with a lower clear off, for an easier lift off for instance low bar squat position

- Additional J-hook in the end of the spotter arms for rows etc. outside the cage

- Pullup station with numerous different angled grips

- 50 mm thick bar parallel pullup station in the back of the cage with two grip widths

- Adjustable dip handles

- Four band pegs with clips, holes for band pegs both on top and bottom

- Two barbell upright holders (width is for normal olympic size barbells)

- Bottom side cross sections raised off the floor allowing wide stance squats or sumo pulls in the cage

- Possibility to bolt it to the floor for extra stability

- Menacing black mat finish



Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Strong recommendation
I’m surprised there are no reviews. I've been using this cage for almost a year now. I chose the Riot model over the other models because I wanted this to be the foundation of my gym. I wanted the increased tube size and the Riot offered me the best features and flexibility for my goals.

The 200 cm height was important because I hate feeling cramped in a cage when I’m really going for it. The depth is good – there is space to walk a squat back further than I’ve needed to. I based the width on measuring the racks that I liked at the gym and this one feels very comfortable and natural to me to rack/unrack and perform the moves.

The pull-up station is great for weighted pulls and chin-ups with a good range of grips and distances. My Fat Gripz fit on the bars in all the positions and I use it with inversion boots as well.

I have never used the standard dip station. I added the dip horns and use it as a basic captain’s chair for core work and obviously for weighted dips. I want to hang them outside the cage so I don’t have to move them to alternate with a barbell move. The only inconvenience is I added the plate holder attachments and one of them will always have to sit directly under the dip horns.

Safety arm spacing is standard which hasn’t been a problem for me. I added a couple sets of the plate holders to the cage for added stability. They did work pretty well for providing that counterbalance. But they realistically can only be put in one place so it’s not a real solution for storage. I have a separate weight rack and wish I’d just invested in more of those over the attachments. I do appreciate the barbell holders at the rear though.

I kept the bottom crossbar attached and did not bolt the cage to the floor for a few months. Loaded plate holders kept it stable for most lifts. But it always seemed to be in the way for bench presses and I did get too much wobble for my liking. Generally when I racked a heavy barbell with chains or when shifting the centre of gravity with weighted dips or pull ups. I anchored it into the concrete floor and removed the crosspost. It’s the Rock of Gibraltar now.

I recommend anchoring the cage to some foundation or it might limit how heavy you go on some lifts. The J-Hooks are a bit too deep for my liking. They work, and they are secure, but when I’m benching without a spotter I wish I didn’t have to lift it so high to move it in position.

I use this cage in some way for every single training session. My complaints are rather minor and I would say the quality and value-for-money is ace. Review by Dale / (Posted on 7/1/2017)