Bottle Cage Mounts

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  1. Minoura H-Bar Bottle Holder

    Minoura H-Bar Bottle Holder

    $10.00

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    <p>A holder for an extra water bottle on your handlebar or frame. &nbsp;Installed with two U-shape bolts, it is designed for&nbsp;22 mm (7/8-inch) handlebar/tubing only. Any oversized or aero shape tubing is not compatible.<br /><br />U-shape bolt has transparent cover to protect the handlebar from scratching.<br /><br />The BH-60 has an ED painting finish to avoid rusting, and comes with bottle cage mounting screws.</p>
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  2. Minoura BH-95X Bottle Cage Holder

    Minoura BH-95X Bottle Cage Holder

    $10.99

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    <p>A holder to mount an extra bottle cage on a handlebar, seat-post, or frame tube. The stainless band clip fits the diameter flexibly between 22mm (7/8") and 35mm (1-1/4").&nbsp;The holder has a gear mechanism inside that allows you to set the angle in 6 degrees increments. The bottle holder is made of anti-rust stainless steel and comes with bottle cage mounting screws.</p>
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  3. Minoura BH-100C Bottle Cage Mount

    Minoura BH-100C Bottle Cage Mount

    $14.49

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    <p>The BH100C sets the bottle cage 35mm off from the clamp position. On a traditional bicycle frame, it means clamping just next to the stem so the bottle cage will come to the center. On a recumbent, the offset system gives you more flexibility, but in particular, we find this clamp is more robust and easy to adjust than the BH-95X. This system has a special micro adjustment for opening size. S-version fits the diameter between 22 - 29mm (7/8" - 1-1/8"), and M-version fits 28 - 35mm (1-1/8" - 1-3/8"). Installation and removal can be done in just one lever operation. You can install quickly only when necessary, and can remove quickly when you park your bike.</p>
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  4. Mounted on a Bacchetta CA2.0

    ADEM Cage Mount

    $25.00

    The ADEM Bottle Cage Mount allows you to mount two cages on your carbon seat while drilling only two small holes in the center of the seat, where they are away from the edge and much less likely to propogate a crack in the event of an accident. The bracket is normally held firmly in place by your weight, but when necessary, the mount flexes, protecting the seat and possibly also, the cage.
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