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Zipp VUKA Alumina BTA Mount with Quick View Cage

$65.00

Item # ZIP001J

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Item # ZIP001J

Hold your hydration

Having a water bottle between your aerobars is ideal for triathlons where you want to be able to stay put in an aerodynamic position as much as possible — but hook and loop straps and velocro never seem to be secure enough. The Zipp Vuka Alumina BTA Mount securely holds a water bottle so you won't lose it. And, it won't block view of your GPS unit so that you'll see just how many watts you're saving.

The frame was forged from 6061 T6 alloy which gives strength and durability while keeping it light. It mounts cleanly between your aerobar extensions and is adjustable to suit width and length. As an added bonus the Quick View mount securely hold your GPS unit and extends towards the front on re-positionable arm so that you'll always have a clean view of your metrics.

The Zipp VUKA Alumina BTA Mount with Quick View Cage is available in One size and One color.



Tech Specs

Material:
6061 T6 aluminum
Compatibility:
aerobar extensions
Claimed Weight:
104 g
Recommended Use:
triathlon, timetrial
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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2 5

Great way to lose a Garmin

The part that hold the Garmin broke on mine, during a race. I'm not talking about the plastic part on the Garmin that hold it in place, but the whole Garmin mount on the end of the Zipp BTA. . .it just popped off for no reason other then a little bit of road chatter. Sucks when a $70 holder breaks and you loose your $400 Garmin.