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    Junior Member gordonzo's Avatar
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    Water Bottle Holder How To

    Does a quick-release or snap-on water bottle mount exist?

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    Female Member KitN's Avatar
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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.
    Ride what you like. Ride in what you like.

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    Professional Fuss-Budget Bacciagalupe's Avatar
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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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    Flying an airplane is really very simple...Push the stick forward, the house gets big. Pull the stick back, the house gets small. Keep holding the stick back, the house gets big again.

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    Non-Spandex Commuter jdmitch's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KitN View Post
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    Wow... where were those when I was looking last year? Those are pretty sweet.
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    You don't need to dress up like a spandex super hero to ride your bike.

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    Member Downhillwuss's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bicycleflyer View Post
    ...And end up with a sweaty back!
    Nothing is more terrible than ignorance in action
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    747 Freight Pilot bicycleflyer's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Downhillwuss View Post
    ...And end up with a sweaty back!
    what's your point?

    It is bike riding and you get sweaty doing it.
    Flying an airplane is really very simple...Push the stick forward, the house gets big. Pull the stick back, the house gets small. Keep holding the stick back, the house gets big again.

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    Non-Spandex Commuter jdmitch's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bicycleflyer View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by KitN View Post
    You don't need to dress up like a spandex super hero to ride your bike.

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmitch View Post
    yeah, but with something on your back, said back gets ridiculously sweaty...
    +1
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