Sporting Bike Water Bottle Holder

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This is a very cheap, very simple water bottle holder that can be placed on a bike to provide easy access to a drink of water on a long, summer ride. It only takes about ten minutes to make, and actually recycles things that probably would have otherwise been thrown away (namely the tape rolls and the ties).

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Step 1: Materialz

You will need: Three (3) empty duct tape/packing tape rolls Packing tape Grey duct tape 12 Ties from produce section of grocery store (pssst its not stealing! Its permanently BORROWING! Jk. Maybe just save the ones from the fruits you buy)

Step 2: Tape

Tape the tape rolls together using packing tape. Try not to wrinkle it.

Step 3: Attach Ties

Twist the ties firmly together (maybe even tie knots in them). Make four tie long strings. Tape them on the water bottle holder.

Step 4: Add Duct Tape

Add duct tape of any color to make it look good.

Step 5: Bottom

Add tape over bottom. Fold it over to avoid internal stickiness...

Step 6: Done!!!

Youre done! Enjoy! Attach to bike and insert bottle.

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    iamspike58

    Tip 1 year ago

    You could use those twist ties but in my opinion I think that zip ties would work better. But that's just my opinion so you don't have to use but keep doing a good job.