Bicycle Cupholder Container Adapter

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Bicycle Cupholder Container Adapter by davepix Dec 11, 2012
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Adapts a cheap bicycle cup holder to hold beercans and bottles. Two versions... the 16oz and the tallboy. Created in Sketchup, repaired in Netfabb Basic as it had holes... printed with a TOM MK7 Sailfish accelerated in PLA


Buy cheap cupholder, print adapter, insert beer, ride bike in place for a few hours generating electricity and not getting a DUI or endangering anyone.

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beer holder for the exercise bike. like you do. ;-) 
This also would fit GUS and other fancy non-alcoholic beer-bottle shapes for those not looking for beer. For me, I plan on drinking a Fat Tire at Dave's next public bike generator related thing. ;-)