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Perfect for all your bike accessories
- 1 1/8-inch for handle bars, seat stays, etc.
- 1 3/8-inch for steel frames and forks
- 1 5/8-inch for 32mm suspension forks
- 2-inch for aluminum tube bikes, 36mm suspension forks, etc.
- 2 1/4-inch for bikes with larger tubes
- 2 1/2-inch also for bikes with larger tubes, or get creative!
Sizing is for the maximum diameter
We suggest electrical tape or cloth rim strip to protect the frame or fork legs. Rubber inner tube will lead to clamp breakage. Tighten clamp after use.
Doesn't work with the Salsa EXP Cage - The plastic on that cage it too think.
Like seriously, you can put cages and gear on your suspension fork lowers. How cool is that?
Bought a Specialized Pizza Rack front rack, but my bike has no fork eyelets or mount points for it. Bought some of these and BAM, attached perfectly. No wobble, no shake, no nothing, so stoked with how they work.
Solved the exact problem I wanted to, with the added bonus of not having to drill into my frame or buy a rivnut installation kit. Awesome, awesome product.
Took some abusive bouncing around a lot with whatever size a full Camelback Podium water bottle is.
I think I probably should have gone with the next size smaller on my 1940 or 1941 Schwinn DX with a 1.000” diameter drop tube? But that’s on me.
For the longest time I was needing to reach into my pack to get my water bottle! Now I just grab it off my fork, way better!
I wanted to find a bottle cage mount that was as invisible as possible. I couldn’t find any but this one felt the closest. I have to say now that I have it all set up and I’ve used it a few times, I barely notice the silver bands on my frame and they work excellently.