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Old 06-10-09, 06:56 PM   #1
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Water Bottle Holder How To

Does a quick-release or snap-on water bottle mount exist?
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Old 06-10-09, 07:20 PM   #2
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Yes. I bought one from Amazon for $9.99: http://www.amazon.com/M-Wave-Plastic...cm_cr-mr-title



You can mount it on your handlebars, your seatpost or anywhere on your frame, basically. It has a quick release so you can move it anytime, anywhere without tools. You can put it on and take it off as you see fit without any issue.
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Old 06-10-09, 08:26 PM   #3
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Twofish makes a velcro cage:




And Minoura makes several bottle cage holders: http://www.minourausa.com/english/accessory-e.html

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http://nordicgroup.us/cageboss/

or use a camelbak
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Wow... where were those when I was looking last year? Those are pretty sweet.
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...And end up with a sweaty back!
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...And end up with a sweaty back!
what's your point?

It is bike riding and you get sweaty doing it.
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what's your point?

It is bike riding and you get sweaty doing it.
Yeah, but with something on your back, said back gets ridiculously sweaty...
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My back gets ridiculously sweaty even without something on it. That's why a towel is part of my standard riding equipment.
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yeah, but with something on your back, said back gets ridiculously sweaty...
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