(2016) - Standard water bottle bracket?

walawn

Active Member
@SpiderDice Check under the frame too. I found two bolts under the lower frame rail which should allow for a water bottle bracket as well. I would be worried about a bracket mounted at the spot in your photo interfering with steering control and posing a safety issue.
 

thatdude902

Active Member
I'm using the right side right now. Yep, fits a standard water bottle cage.

Edit: I didn't know about the lower one. Just looking at one of my pics, I can see it, but looks very low so access might be a touch difficult.
 
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SpiderDice

Active Member
I'm using the right side right now. Yep, fits a standard water bottle cage.

Edit: I didn't know about the lower one. Just looking at one of my pics, I can see it, but looks very low so access might be a touch difficult.
Ya, that one one the lower frame rail is way too low. No way anyone would hang a water bottle there..
 

mrgold35

Well-Known Member
I ordered the Problem Solver Bottle Cage Height Adapter, $10, from Universal Cycles. I was worried the bottle cage might pinch the cable. The height adapter has plenty of room for the cable to run behind it and allows me to adjust the cage height up/down for best placement of my 25 oz Camelbak water bottle.

Univeral Cycles: https://www.universalcycles.com/shopping/product_details.php?id=83150&category=272

I also just switched to Arundel Looney Bin Cage, $25, amazon (available in black or white). It can adjust it size to fit small to large containers like small 12 oz water bottle to large 32 oz Gatorade bottles.

Looney Bin: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JMLULB6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1&psc=1#Ask
 

SpiderDice

Active Member
I have two white standard bottle cages on my bike, it does kind of pinch the cable a bit, but you can maneuver it around when you're tightening on the cages.