Yes, check out the Topeak CageMount Bicycle Water Bottle Cage Handlebar/Seatpost Mount available on Amazon.com and elsewhere. You can attach any standard bottle cage using this. My son has this bike and I got this mount for it. Works great. I mounted it to the handlebar stem between the headset and handlebars. I turned it so the bottle cage sets neatly in the corner created by the handlebars and stem. This also allows it to just clear the cables along the top tube, even though he would probably never turn the bars this far. Also, mounting it this way instead of up higher on the bars allows the bottle to set lower. It comes out working and looking great. The Topeak symbol in white on the black mount even matches the Hyper shield on the front of the bike.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
No, there's no room for a water bottle cage. This is kind of a bummer, actually, since I just got the bike and didn't think about that beforehand. I think I might have to get a camelbak, or some other hydration backpack. I have seen some water bottles online that strap on the seat post or the handlebars...
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
- Laguna Beach, CA
Im sure you can, youll need to do the legwork on that though. Most bottle setups have to be drilled and tapped. This bike is aluminum so id have a pro fit one to it.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
- CapeCod, MA
Unfortunately no space to install a bottle holder. I've resorted in using a backpack.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
no theres no pre-cut holes at all on the bottom of this bike where the water bottle should be...but that dosent mean you couldent install one im pretty sure that they see water bottle mounts that attach to a bike useing some sorta adhesive
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
no, get a hydration pack
answered 3 years, 3 months ago