ICE T/Adventure water bottle mount

Here is a great way to mount a water bottle to either the ICE T or ICE Adventure trike. This is on an ICE T, owned by dear old mom of my triking buddy Matt Jensen. Leave it to these Oregonians to come up with cool ideas. Progressive, liberal, whatever Oregon is perceived to be, for sure it is FUN! This is a dual mount solution:

ICE Bottle Holders

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2 Responses to ICE T/Adventure water bottle mount

  1. deniselanier says:

    Yep, that where I have my dual water bottles mounted on my 2011 ICE Vortex FS. I have my iPhone (which serves as my bike computer via Cyclemeter) mounted in a sturdy/waterproof case in the traditional water bottle “place” on the boom. I find that it’s much easier and more comfortable for me to reach back for a water bottle instead of forward.

  2. Andy says:

    Where do we get that mount?

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