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Love Mud Bheesty stem cap bottle adaptor

Stem cap bottle cage mounts to add more storage capacity up front

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£15.00

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Raise your hydration to a higher level. 

Bheesty replaces your stem cap to provide a handy adjustable handlebar mounting point for your bottle cage.

Key features
  • Replaces your stem cap
  • Compatible with standard bottle cages
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Weight: 41 g
1-1/8” stem cap
Adjustable angle

Origin: China

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Visconte Cobram
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genius piece of kit that allows you to mount an extra bottle cage on top of your stem cap. It's very secure and holds the bottle cage in just the right position. Genius

Julian C
I loves a thing for connecting things to other things.
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Great little gadget. Not used it for its intended purpose but lashed my Garmin Etrex to it by zip-tying a cheap bar mounting cradle to the Bheesty. Will probably work well as a laser cannon mount too, for those 'tricky' commutes.

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160km with the Bheesty

Perfect solution when you have a frame pack and don't want to use a bladder system. Held a 750ml bottle down some pretty bumpy descents and never moved a millimetre on the whole ride.

njigsaw
Alternative Use GPS Mount

Interesting option to provide a base for mounting GPS devices. Ideally needs a slightly wider arm to allow secure clamping of GPS but easy to make a wooden plate, that can bolt to the bottle mounts, and is wide enough to support the base of a GPS. That is unless Alpkit want to make a bespoke mounting plate?