Tacx Seatpost Bottle Cage Holder

Tacx Seatpost Bottle Cage Holder
Tacx Seatpost Bottle Cage Holder
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Seatpost Bottle Cage Holder by Tacx
Tacx's Seatpost Bottle Cage Holder mounts easily onto saddle rails, giving you easy access to two water bottle. Mount the bracket under your saddle using the included hardware and adjust the angle and height to your preference for an optimal reach. This is the ideal choice for triathletes and time-trialist, where aerodynamics is key.

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SKU: TACD00F
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