attaching a bottle cage to a frame that does not have a bottle cage mount screw.
Easy to attach to most frames.
Doesn't stay in place and keeps sliding down...after two minutes, it touched the chain wheel !
Thank you for reviewing the universal bottle cage mount, I have heard of this issue before but it usually because the straps haven't been pulled tight enough, I'd suggest to try that then if the problem still persists then return it to your local store with your receipt.
Rob Basnett b'Twin Product Expert DECATHLON
I mounted two 1kg water bottles to front forks. no slip despite doing stairs at speed, drop offs. if there is any slip i will come back and report. Just make sure you really stretch the link to make sure goes on as tight as possible. You can usually get it one more notch than you think. a good thing is that the bottle cage covers up the access to release it. So someone cannot easily steal it in an instant with no tools. You have to undo the bolts and remove the cage first! This is a little fiddly due to access (with allen keys) and would put thieves off. Fit my 32mm stants of my revs easily and would go bigger! Allows me to use a frame bag for bikepacking (great for storing heavy items) - and still carry plenty of water. Looks like it would fit quite small tubes too. Much better than the one Halfords sell as you cannot re-use the Halfords (I was told) you have breaky it to remove it (a special one off zip tie is used). With this one you can re-use on other bikes / move about any no. of times.
two 1kg water bottles to front forks. no slip
It is possible to mount both a water bottle and small pump on this and still not catch your legs on it as you pedal
No mark on the frame + Economical and practical