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Reduce air resistance and carry your bottle behind your saddle. You can fit one or two bottle cages to the Tacx saddle clamp, and the height and angle of the clamp are adjustable. It is the logical choice of triathlon riders and time-trialists, where aerodynamics is the key.
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I put two Elite cages on this and it is light,sturdy, aero and looks great. It's also the cheapest seat bottle holder option. Problem is I can't tighten the pivot bolt enough to stop the weight of the bottles making the thing droop. This has meant twice my Camelback bottles have fallen out. I will have to either glue or pin the pivot...
Extremely useful and efficient gadget for those seeking to stop less to refill water bottles. I wasnt looking to save weight or anything though as I only use these for training...
Used for one for a couple bikes / saddles and it does a reasonable job. Primarily used with one bottle 500 - 750 mL Did notice that with higher loads the system has significant "bounce" which on REALLY bumpy surfaces can eject your bottle (common of rear mount systems). The system also ended up shifting / settling with some play at the hinged joint over time, however once you find the position that works for you its a simple fix with a touch of crazy glue... will be purchasing another however, having changed saddles...