It's great off the bicycle for use on lawnmowers, strollers, at the gym, or on any tube 1-2 inches in diameter. You can easily mount a watter bottle where you need it. Also can be used to mount other things. Any size frame up to 250mm in circumference can be fit with the straps.
👤The attachment points are excellent, but the velcro is bad. I secured my bike frame and front shock with hose clamps after removing the velcro. I used duct tape and tubes to protect the bike. I secured a water bottle and Anything cages for my bike for a recent bikepacking trip to the Bears Ears. They worked well and held up well.
👤I ordered these to install bottle holders on my two fixed gear bikes, neither of which have bottle holder mounts. I didn't want to carry a bottle in my back jersey pocket or not have one at all. I got to install the mounts after they arrived. The design is pretty good, but they aren't as good as they could be because of the manufacturing. The main part is made of plastic. That's not a problem, but I'm pretty sure the flex in this plastic will be one limiting factor in how tight you can make it. The metal plate that fits inside of the plastic brackets is the main problem. It's easy to accidentally push it out of place because it's a loose press-fit. You have to remove the rubber backing to fix it. In one of my photos, you can see that I have removed the metal plate from the plastic. The threading on the metal plate is not compatible with the screw. I was worried that I was stripping the threads when I tightened the screws because I was not sure if it's a slightly different dimensions or just poor tolerances. The straps are better than expected. I was going to use zip ties with a rubber backing, but they were not as effective as the straps. The straps hold up. When you pull on the bottle that's full of water, it still doesn't hold up. Even though the mounts are tightened down a lot, it's still possible to move them side to side. They should change the design to make the brackets out of aluminum. The threaded steel plate that the screw goes into needs to be improved. You can tighten the strap system with a screw that points towards the side of the bike. That would make this a better product. I'd be willing to pay for it, even though it would probably double or triple the cost. There is a It's still decent, so 4 stars.
👤It's a decent design but it slips when you remove the water bottle. I don't like how my bike looks, but that could be me.
👤It's hard to find places to take riding necessities. My bikes only have one location with water bottle cage mounts and others have dropper posts and this leaves me trying to find a location for my tools when riding. I have used mounts from the internet, but they were difficult to use. Installation is easy with this mount. I didn't use the straps. For a clean fit, they would need to be cut down. They won't work with a top tube after they cut for a seatpost. I used zip ties in place. Zip ties feel more secure than ties. If I could, it would be 10 stars. Heading over to grab a few more.
Installation is easy if you use a 3mm key. It is made of aluminum alloy and has a smooth surface. Seat post diameter is 30.9mm or 31.6mm. The mount turns 90 degrees to suit the position. It is easy to install and remove. It is stable and heavy duty with two pair of pads. It's for Handlebars with a diameter of 22.2mm or 25.4mm.
👤The screw holding the assembly to the handle bar attachment would come loose when riding over rough surface. I use a 21oz bottle instead of a 12oz bottle. Loctite was applied to the screw and I will keep an eye on it.
👤Works well! It can fit vertically or horizontally.
Back up from Bush. If there is any issues with the product, please let them know and they will follow up. There are four different colors: Black, Carbon Patter, Silver, and White. The bottle cage is made of light weight material. 1.5 ounces is the weight of each bottle cage. Extra strength is achieved by the high-quality material and manufacturing process. Most standard water bladders are compatible. The bottle holder fits the bottle perfectly. The design of the water bottle makes it easy to access it. Easy installation. Attach cages with screw holes on the frame using a 4mm key. The 4 X M5 X 12 screws are the standard size for water bottle cage mounts. Bicycle frames need threaded holes for bottle cages. One year limited warranty. The product is covered by a warranty. 30 days Money Back Guarantee with 1 year warranty is what they offer, they are so confident that you will love this product.
👤I wanted to be inside these cages. They are lightweight and hold bottles well, but after only 4 rides the cages are rubbing off. It's rubbing on the bottles in the pictures. The black substance from the bottles gets on my hands and makes it difficult to clean them. I wouldn't recommend or buy again because of this.
👤I don't know how this item has received good reviews. I couldn't wait to get rid of it after having it for a few months. The issue is that the black coating on the metal has been constantly wearing off due to the fact that my water bottle is made of metal, and it creates a nasty grey paste that coats my hands after every ride. Don't buy this one, buy something that doesn't wear so easily.
👤I wanted some carbon-looking cages for my carbon road bike without having to spend hundreds of dollars to save a few grams. I've done almost 4,000 miles with them and they still hold the bottles well. There is a My water bottles have all of the paint off of them, and now my Camelback podium bottles are half black from where they've been inserted. I picked up bottles and will be replacing the cages with something else. There is a The cages did to my water bottles.
👤These were bought as a replacement for cheapo cages that felt like they were going to let my water bottles fly randomly off my bike, causing a massive 20 car pile-up. I needed a firm hold on a heavy bottle when I got a set of large bottles. These cages are great. They were installed using included screws. I think they look great. They hold my water bottles well. I have to jam the bottle in order to get it seated. There's no way the bottle is going to fall out. There is a These are a good value and highly recommended. Would buy again.
👤The body might be fine. I had to cut through it because it looked aluminum. The screws were of such poor quality that the entire product was damaged. I relocated the cage after my initial installation. I chose to install it on the rear seat post extension because of my needs. I had to cut the screw through the cage because the screws wouldn't come off. The seat post extension it damaged was more expensive than the product. The seat cage mount extension is not usable. It cut through half of my day. I don't know how I would handle this product if I had installed it on the carbon down tube. It performs okay for the first few times. The cage gets loose due to its aluminum construction. During the middle of my rides, my hydration bottles slipped out and stopped for me, disengaging from my paces. Not a good product!
👤The light is super. It was on time. I used the bolts that came with my Rockhopper. It works for my polar bottle. I like the design. My bottle clears my frame if the bottom hold is at the perfect place. I don't like logos on anything, but they need to advertise somehow, because I don't like the Ibera logo on the side. If the logo was on the inside, it would've been nicer.
A passion for design and a love for cycling combine to make a product. Their products are designed and engineered. TheUALBOTTLE SYSTEM The VELOCHAMPION Double Water Bottle Cage Mount has aerodynamic benefits. It is easily adjusted. It mounts to almost any height or angle. The cage is mounted correctly and does not move or fall. It is very durable and made of alloy metal. IDEAL FOR TREASURES: The aerodynamic benefits of this rear mounted adaptor will be gained during long distance triathlons. COMPATIBILITY: The i-beam type is not compatible with this Mount. TheEASE is a note. The mount does not include the saddle, water bottles, bottle cages or bottle cage bolts.
👤I have a simpler mount that did the job for me. The old mount was impossible to attach after I bought a new saddle. The rails on the new saddle are not straight. That is the part that was correct. The cages can be tilted to counter the pitch of the frame, and the mounting clamps can be turned to fit the rails. The downside. Look at the photo. The bottle cages are held by two Y-shaped fittings. Each has a gear that is supposed to hold the angle after it is tightened. Only a few of the teeth are in contact with the frame, and even those that are barely touching, have less than 2mm of contact. It was obvious that it couldn't possibly hold. After a few rides, the teeth were stripped. The Wright brothers would not be credited. I smeared a large amount of Epoxy over it all after adjusting it to the desired pitch. The pitch seems to be holding despite being no longer adjusted. I can live with it. There is a There is one more thing. It is difficult to swing a leg over bottles when mounting the cage fittings.
👤The unit was sturdy and tight during installation. The arms were loose after I used the bottle holders. One of the arms collapsed as I rode my second ride and the bottled water fell onto the street. The bottle cage tipping upside down and the bottle falling out was caused by the teeth on both sides being stripped, which caused the arms to be lose. This unit is made with soft metal that won't hold up on smooth road surfaces, and I ride a Time Trial road bike which is on paved roads.
👤I'm happy with this now that it's installed and adjusted, it's better than a similar product. This is a great product if you can live with the 3 cons listed. There is a It's a great way to carry extra water, but it's a bit difficult to install, and cage screws are too long, so bottles are not installed directly across from each other. I used my dremel to cut off the last few millimetres. The cage could be slightly different. It's worth mentioning that bottles sit high which is great while riding but can make it difficult to swing your leg over when mounting/dismounting.
👤I settled on this for a couple of reasons. It is made of alloy, no plastic parts break off. A bottle cage is accepted. It mounts to almost any height or angle. It is completely metal, and it is very secure, as it does not move or come loose. I have had it on my road bike and have not had any issues. I am very happy with my purchase.
👤Since I ride in the hot weather a lot, I wanted an additional bottle cage on my bike. This seemed like it would fit the bill. It was easy to install. I bought a couple cages that were recommended by Amazon. My neighbor got the same set. I installed it for her. It works well. I like the ability to adjust the angle of the bottles as I have a large derrire and angling the bottles a bit towards the rear helps. I had a problem with one of the clamps falling off. I was pretty sure I didn't have it seated correctly. The company that sent me a replacement contacted me.
The size can be adjusted to make it easier to use. Drinks and kettles are easy to put in. You can install this product on a variety of vehicles such as mountain bikes, road bikes, folding bikes, motorcycles, mopeds, and electric vehicles. It is suitable for round pipes. The water bottle brackets are made of high-quality 6061 aluminum alloy material and come in a variety of colors. The holder can turn 90 degrees to suit the mounting position. It's possible to modify your bike mount from 19-22mm and 30.8-33mm. It is secure and safe. The bottle is held in place when riding over rough terrain, so you don't have to worry about it falling out. There is a package that includes a bicycle bottle mount adapter and Allen Wrench. There is a package that includes a bicycle bottle mount adapter and Allen Wrench.
👤It's a great value to install light and sturdy.
6mm alloy tube construction is incredible strength. The mount can be used for additional water bottle cages. Easy installation and flexible mounting options are provided by the band style clamp. The material is made of engineering grade polymer. The max load is 3.3 lbs. It fits tubes 20-60mm diameter. The weight is 26 g / 0.92 oz.
👤I like the design of this item and it seems to be of decent quality. The plastic isn't strong enough to allow you to tighten it so it doesn't spin while mountain biking. I hit some bumps and it moved into the path of my pedals. I took it off and mounted it again.
👤"Good idea", said the product manager. The amount of water one can carry restricts the range of the bike before a field is needed, and one may need to plan routes accordingly when riding dirt trail or roads away from towns with convenience stores. There is a The frame geometry and the direction of the rear shock leaves little space for mounting things on the frame. There is only one water cage mount underneath the frame. I mounted a bag under the saddle to add two bottles, but I had to restrict the saddle height to keep the bag above the rear wheel. There is a There is a problem that needs a product to solve it. "Needs some improvement" I tried to mount a bottle cage on the front fork. The current design isn't suitable for the shock and vibration at the front wheel. The bolts were tightened within reason, but not with a Torque wrench. When riding, the bolts come back out. I want to change my setup by replacing the nut in the plastic housing with something longer, and adding a lock washer and Loctite to the bolt.
👤This is an inexpensive and easy to install solution for either additional mounting points for bottle cages and other accessories, or adding ball cages and other accessories to frames that don't have traditional mounting points. My wife is fond of a Schwinn cruiser bike, but has been wondering about a bottle cage. I'm sure I could have done something similar, but it was much faster and it looks like it will be durable. Installation is simple and the directions are more than adequate. If you're thinking about installing this, you probably already have the Allen wrench you need.
👤These aren't very stable. I had one of these breaks on the first weekend I used them. These are not well made and feel cheap. I used an extra Voile strap to secure my tent. I wouldn't recommend this product.
👤The block that the water bottle screws into is too thick. It adds about an inch of space between the cage and the downtube, and for my frame with 40mm tires, the tire contacts the bottle nipple. A mountain bike bottle is barely large. The band has an angle that made me give up. The angle may be deliberate in order to relieve stress on the threads of the band, but as a result the band doesn't flush against the frame tube.
The mount, straps, and bolts allow them to support the bear with a limited warranty. The material is 6061-T6 aluminum. Mount requires a B-RAD mounting base. The claimed weight was 0.7oz. The use of gravel, trail and commute is recommended. The warranty is for 1 year.
👤The product fits well. I have not had any issues with my calves or legs contacting the water bottles on my gravel bike.
👤Absolutely love it. My MTB has one bottle. I wanted a system to hold two bottles and this works perfectly, I hate riding with a camelback in races and wanted to find a system to hold two bottles. The B-RAD system can give you some clues as to how high this can go. I put it as high as I could and it fit in neatly. I have found that it doesn't affect my legs. My knees are aware that I am out of the saddle and moving forward on the bike, but I have never bumped into it. You can pull a bottle off from the side of the bike cages, instead of from the top.
👤The product did not come with hardware as shown in the description. The product only fits round tube frames. There is a If you are looking for a cheap alternative, it gets the job done. It was inexpensive. Simple design.
👤They were used on a fat bike with only one bottle cage holder. This allows me to put the bottles side by side. They don't interfere with the crank arms. I use a B-RAD mounting base that allows me to position the bottle where it's easiest to reach but low for good center of gravity. If you want to carry a second water bottle, it's highly recommended.
👤The bomb is here. I have three bikes, a mountain bike, a hardtail mountain bike, and a road bike. This makes a second water bottle possible for the fully bikes, which is great because I would rather not carry a hydration pack. The seat tube has a cage on it that I can use to hold a plastic can. On my road bike, it allows me to carry three water bottles, which is really nice on 60-mile rides. When I'm road biking, I always pass a bunch of places where I can refill my water bottle. I don't do that every half hour if I have three bottles.
👤At the end of my second ride, the top bolt came loose and my cage was hanging by its bottom bolt. The threads were so short, after going through the bottle cages, it left little more than a few degrees of thread. They swapped Allen bits to torq- good thing. I would have been SOL if I had an electronic bitset. Unless I can get a partial refund for my cost of hardware or I can get it for free, avoid this product.
The bottle cage mount is in the package. If you want to fit a bottle cage to your bike's stem, you can use this adapter. You will have immediate access to your water bottle when it is placed next to the handlebar. The lightweight material is made from high-quality aluminum and has no plastic. The surface is Rust-proof and durable. There is a black color available. The weight is small. You will find it very versatile with the ability to rotate the angle. The stem was secured very securely by this adapter. For use with bottle cages. Installation is quick and easy. Take less than a minute. Remove the screw and replace the old stem cap with the new one. Attach your water bottle holder or cage to it. The attachment system is universal for all bikes. There are two screws in the adapter. They understand cycling and deliver bike accessories online that no other provider can. They have used their experience in the industry to refine their bicycle accessories brand to ensure it delivers the look and function needed by cyclists.
👤The curve of the handlebars made it difficult for me to install the water bottle accessory on my ebike. I was able to install the bottle in a very convenient location by attaching the stem top brackets. Good "thinking outside the box" guys!
👤The mount is designed for use with a standard 1-1/8" Aheadset stem, which is standard on most quality adult bikes built since 1995. The mechanical design allows for a wide range of adjustment. I'm using this on an indoor trainer, so I can't speak to its strength on the trail, but it appears to be strong enough for road use. The part appears to be powder coated and it is 100% aluminum. I would have expected an aluminum finish. There is a 3mm, 4mm and 5mm allen keys are not included. The M6x1.0 bolt was not included with the bike, so you have to use the stem cap that came with it. The cost-cutting deserved a 1-star deduct. The reviewers tried to install this on an old-style quill stem, which is not designed. Make sure you have a Aheadset style stem.
👤I bought a new Giant ebike. If I mounted a bottle cage on the seat or down tube, it would have made it harder to get on and off the bike. The solution was found in this handy device. It took about two minutes to install. I swung it to the right side after trying several different positions. It's light but strong and a good value. A very clever design. The steering is unaffected by the weight of a full bottle.
👤We were having a hard time finding a place to put a water bottle. This did the trick. Attach a bottle frame to it. She now has a great place for her water bottle.
👤I mounted this on a trike because there was no other room for it in my house. It is easy to install and adjust. I took a 45 mile ride over a gravel trail with too many bumps and it stayed in position as it should. I checked after the ride and the screws were still tight.
👤The quality of the material is good. I was happy with my purchase.
👤The final design lacks a product that falls short of its intent, despite the design concept being great. The problem is that the angle of how the water bottle is held is not kept by the swivel feature. The product would be perfect if the features held the angle.
A gift for someone who likes cycling. Can be attached to almost any seatpost. The push of a button makes the adjustment. The quick release mount system is time proven. For use with bottle cages. For use with bottle cages.
👤Keep shopping if you want to mount this device on something bigger than a seat tube. The device does not come with a lot of straps to wrap around large diameter frame tubes.
👤If you need the flexibility of moving your bottle cage from bike to bike, it's a nice design. It's very easy to adjust the tilt angle of the bottle cage mount, but I'm not sure how much value this really provides. It is very easy to change the strap. This is great for most of the time. The bottle cage wouldn't stay mounted and the strap wasn't seating properly in the mechanical leverage locking mechanism after a week of use. The design is bulky compared to other bottle cage mounts. This is a good option if you want to change your bottle cage frequently. It would work just fine if you put a rubber band around the mechanical clasp. There is a If you want a bottle cage that you can mount anywhere on your bike, but you won't be moving it often, I would recommend looking into a screw-tightened design.
👤I wanted to quickly remove it when I didn't need it, but this did the trick for when I did need it. Wrap the strap around the seat post and snap it into place. A simple flick disengages removal. The angle of the bottle is easy to adjust by pressing a button and twisting the hinge. There is a It didn't happen during a full season of riding because it could easily disengage.
👤The mount from the bicycle tube to the bottle cage mount is a little over 3 inches deep, so it's likely to be in the way of the frame. If you're looking for a mount that doesn't stick out so much, the M-Wave plastic bicycle bottle cage is a good choice. There is a If you have a difficult mounting situation, this one is quite solid and might be the only option. It can be mounted on the seat stem with the bottle cage towards the rear wheel. I was able to put this on the stem. I tried to mount it on the vertical part of the stem, but it wasn't tall enough to fit the mount. I was able to mount it under the horizontal part of the handlebars, and I used the orange button to adjust the bottle cage mount so that it was almost vertical.
The purpose is to provide secure and strong water bottle cage and storage options on a variety of bike frame surfaces. The nylon upper plate and large super compliant base combine to make a firm base for attaching your waterbottle cage, storage Pod, or backpack. It is designed to fit most frame tube shapes and sizes, with 2 sets of straps, one long and one short, to ensure it will fit the largest and smallest diameter frames. The Bear Hug can be attached on the underside of the down tube, on your top tube, or anywhere you need to add extra gear. Two sets of screws, one long and one short, give you the flexibility of added additional gear mounts underneath your water bottle cage. The mount, straps, and bolts allow them to support the bear with a limited warranty.
👤This product is pricey for what it is intended for, but it stays where you put it. It was difficult to find a bottle cage mount that would fit my top tube. The Bear Hug was installed on the top tube of my mountain bike. I am very satisfied with the way it was done. It reminds me of the old saying, "You get what you pay for" and I am glad to say that I got what I paid for. The mounting nuts with nylon inserts are better than lock tight or lock washers, and the straps to secure it to your bike frame are absolutely great. The person who designed the bear hug put a lot of thought into it. You can find a bottle cage mount cheaper, but you will not find a better one than the Bear Hug!
👤The installation is easy. It's a good idea to protect your frame with rubber. There are screws for cages. There is a The small straps on both of the mounts are peeling off after being in the box for a while. It comes with two extra straps. I guess I will be using those, but I already know that the coating won't last very long, leaving my frame a little less protected. That is the only downside I can see.
👤I have a track bike that does not have water bottle bosses. I use a tri-bike behind the seat water carrier to get 2 bottles. The repair kit and water are needed. I need an extra water bottle for long rides and that's where the Dawn to Dusk Bear Hug comes in. It allows me to hold a bottle on the seat. The seat tube is circular. It's a very strong hold between the super tack surface material and the velcro. It still holds up even on the hardest sprints. It doesn't move. I can only sway with a 1 L bottle.
👤I would prefer it to be cheaper, but I tend to pay more for quality. I hope this lives up to the promise. I will add this link if it doesn't happen. It would work with a standard water bottle. The straps are mounted close to the center. I'll see if I can find a purpose on my bike. This isn't trail duty or gravel.
👤The thing looks small and simple, but it's versatile and strong. Even with a wide downtube, it stayed in place over rough terrain. There is a It was easy to mount with the included straps and bolts. This is a great solution for adding a bottle cage to your downtube.
There are two motorcycle cup holder sets available to meet your various needs. It's perfect to put it in the handlebars, engine guards, and umbrella car. The design is 2-in-1. You can install the mount on the bike frame or seat post by using the 2 way install option. It's very convenient and practical, like buying two different bottle cages. The quality is high. Light weight and high quality aluminum alloy material. There is no need to worry about it falling on your ride. The bicycle bottle holder has smooth surfaces. It is easy to install and remove free tools. There is a free installation tool and two pairs of screws. There is a wide application. You can place it almost anywhere on your bike, it's just 888-353-1299 Money-back guarantee for 90 days. If you are not satisfied, you can get a full refund within 90 days.
👤It's easy to grab your bottle with this bottle holder. I mounted it on my handle bars. I ride my bike in my city. The bottle holder comes loose after an hour or so on the ride. The problem is that the holder becomes loose at the point where it is attached to the handlebars. I think it's due to the bike vibrating. My handy man has a background in cars. He had a product that could create a weld between metal. I no longer have the problem after he put one on the two pieces. I can remove the bottle holder if I choose to.
👤I was excited to buy this product for my kids and read the reviews before I did. I bought holders for each child. The holder can hold their handlebars. They are easy to install, but loosen after every ride. You need the key to tighten. I would not have purchased this product if I had known it would need to be re-tightened so often. The holders broke after about 6 rides. The screw that holds the bottle holder is no longer working. I have two broken bottle holders, one of which works if I keep a key with me on rides. I wouldn't recommend this product.
👤Installation on my bike was complicated. The ring type bar clamp is hard to keep from slipping and the mounting brackets are more design oriented than functional. The assembly was mounted on the handlebars. The ring mount was slipping. The mount fell off after the third ride. The screw plate area broke away from the mount. Threw out the mount and screwed it into the mount with a better screw. I mentioned that the screws were easy to remove. Garbage. I hope the holder stays for a few more rides so I can find a better one.
👤I'm riding my bike more now. I had to change the seat, pedals, and water bottle after one broke. This was perfect. It works great, it matched the color of my bike. It was easy to install. If the plastic sleeve that comes with it helps or makes it slip, be sure to tighten it down good. I thought it might be better without it. When I tightened it down, it worked great. I put it on the handle bars of my bike to make it easy to get to it. It's made of sturdy aluminum and can fit a larger bottle. The quality is very nice.
👤The bottle holder fit my kid's bottle but it wouldn't stay put when there wasn't a lot of water in it. It's not the best way to start a ride. The screw would loosen with each ride. I would tighten it. One day I forgot and a screw fell out on a ride. It's sad because it fit my kid's bike. If you place the bottle holder on the side of the bike, it will work. I had to use it on her handlebars. It did not work there, but it was supposed to.
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