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Old 04-01-2018, 12:19 PM
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Default cup holder for tourpak

I've about decided to add a cupholder to the tourpak .
What's available besides Kuryakyn ?
 
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Here is what I use when needed. Easy to store and easy to put on bike. Works very well.

http://bigredsllc.com/biker-babe-beverage-bra
 
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That’s what I have. Wife loves it
 
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Thatís what I have. Wife loves it
I've looked at this . I'm looking for something
that will hold a coozie to keep drink cold .
 
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Took all of what...five seconds? This 'Google' thang is amazing...I'll bet if more people knew about it, it'd spread like wildfire.


Ha.


Ha.
 
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Took all of what...five seconds? This 'Google' thang is amazing...I'll bet if more people knew about it, it'd spread like wildfire.


Ha.


Ha.
Yes , but if I come on here & ask then that will possibly lead to
getting feedback on members good or bad experiences with
certain products . I thought that is what the forums are for .
 
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Yes , but if I come on here & ask then that will possibly lead to
getting feedback on members good or bad experiences with
certain products . I thought that is what the forums are for .
Guess I misread your intent. Your OP asked what was available other than Kuryakyn. So hbsoldier did a Google search which answered your question.


I didn't see in your OP that you were looking for good or bad experiences.


So if that was your intent, I reckon that wasn't clear. Splitting hairs? Maybe. But on the World Wide Web, all we can do is respond to what's asked.
 
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Originally Posted by HawgRider768 View Post
Here is what I use when needed. Easy to store and easy to put on bike. Works very well.

http://bigredsllc.com/biker-babe-beverage-bra
That is pretty cool, like the idea of it easily going on and off.
Ride the bike as a daily driver to work, but on weekend rides this would be nice to have.
 
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I made my own. I re-purposed a Redline oil funnel. A little bit of webbing and vinyl and it's done. It also helps to have a sewing machine capable of sewing inside of a pocket.



Cut the top off the Redline funnel to serve as top of the cup holder.





Vinyl placed over the top of cup holder and a seam sewn below it. This will keep the cover from coming off.



Made a harness similar to the Biker babes beverage bra.





It holds a 16 oz bottle.
 

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