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Curious if anyone is using this on their XC? Mirror mount. Wondering how it looks.....
 

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The best drink cup holder IMHO is the Kruzer Kaddy. Google the name and buy it. Excellent quality for under $50.
 

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I guess since I've always had cruisers instead of touring bikes and FF helmets my brain can't comprehend why one would need a cup holder on a motorcycle.:brick:
Well, on a touring bike you ride long distances and need to keep hydrated. Hence, the need for a water/drink bottle. On a cruiser, you're keeping hydrated going from bar to bar so there isn't the real need for one. Just saved $40.
 

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I had a Kruzer Caddy my KP. Then on my Vision I got the RAM cup holder. The Kruzer looked better but there RAM was more functional. Now I have this one and can use my tumblers. It will hold a bottle too.

Well never mind it's no listed on Amazon any more. It was listed under Motor Moxie.

Here's a pic. It's my favorite so far.
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I guess since I've always had cruisers instead of touring bikes and FF helmets my brain can't comprehend why one would need a cup holder on a motorcycle.:brick:
There are other alternatives to FF.

 

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Convenient, but noticeably louder wind noises at high speeds
Schuberth C4 pictured is pretty quiet. Definitely quieter than some FF out there, but probably louder than some others.
 
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Well, on a touring bike you ride long distances and need to keep hydrated. Hence, the need for a water/drink bottle. On a cruiser, you're keeping hydrated going from bar to bar so there isn't the real need for one. Just saved $40.
There are other alternatives to FF.

Well, on a touring bike you ride long distances and need to keep hydrated. Hence, the need for a water/drink bottle. On a cruiser, you're keeping hydrated going from bar to bar so there isn't the real need for one. Just saved $40.
Totally kidding guys.:aktion086: :beer3:
 

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You guys are fancy. I got a cheapo one off of eBay for less than $5 shipped. Been using it for 3 years now. Does not swivel or anything but I have never had anything spill. Matte black plastic that simply clamps on the handlebar.
 

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You guys are fancy. I got a cheapo one off of eBay for less than $5 shipped. Been using it for 3 years now. Does not swivel or anything but I have never had anything spill. Matte black plastic that simply clamps on the handlebar.
JeffD, you must be wealthy (or I'm a cheap SOB)! I took an old aluminum 'cage' style one out of my box of bicycle parts, and a hanger for 1" pipe, with an elastic hair tie. I even reuse a Gatorade bottle from when they had the twisty drinking tops. View attachment 486553 View attachment 486569
 

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Daddio I did the same thing for years, but it wouldn't hold my coffee travel mug so I upgraded.
 

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JeffD, you must be wealthy (or I'm a cheap SOB)! I took an old aluminum 'cage' style one out of my box of bicycle parts, and a hanger for 1" pipe, with an elastic hair tie. I even reuse a Gatorade bottle from when they had the twisty drinking tops. View attachment 486553 View attachment 486569
Different strokes for different folks. It makes you bike look like $hit but if you're happy, that's all that matters.
 
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