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Top Line BH1500 Bar-Hopper, Handle-bar Mounted Cup Holder


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  • Fits to go tapered wall drink cups
  • Brushed stainless steel ring holds your beverage securely,yet allows easy access to your drink
  • Steps are padded to prevent slipping, providing a warm, cushioned feel
  • All parts finished to avoid snagging clothing, and eliminate any physical danger of cutting or scratching
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Product Description

Top Line introduces a universal handlebar-mounted cup holder for all tapered wall drink cups. Never again will you struggle with or spill your caffe latte all over yourself as you’re riding on the beach.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BAWTXK
  • Item model number: BH1500
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,953 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to install, sturdy, and works great.
P. Fuller
What this means is that if your handle bar doesn not have a spot that is parallel to the ground this holder is useless.
Doug
Just make sure that you keep that little tab stuck in your McD Coffee cup lid, and this holder is great.
MikeE

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Austin Jackson on January 9, 2007
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I wasn't sure how well this thing would work. When I told people that I had ordered it most people told me I was crazy. However, once I got a coffee cup with a lid that closed completely (emphasis on completely), it worked like a charm. Simple design, simple installation (if you'd even call it that), and it works!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Muneerah on August 29, 2007
I had read some reviews where people were complaining about the liquid sloshing around. Unfortunately when you are on a bike, that will happen. It works great for my purpose. I ride my bike to work and like to bring a cup of coffee with me. My old bike (that got stolen) was a mountain bike and I had metal baskets where I could wedge my cup in a corner of the basket and keep it upright for my ride. When I replaced the bike I got a hybrid but unfortunately the frame design doesn't seem to work with baskets-this was my solution! My purpose is to transport the beverage (not drink while riding-dangerous with coffee anyway). I simply put a bit of saran/plastic wrap over the top of the cup before I put the lid on it and vwahla...keeps it even more insulated with heat and prevents the coffee from shooting out the top and trickling down the cup, onto the bike frame and my feet and legs. Simple thing but totally does the trick.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pegleg on May 23, 2011
I have three travel mugs I use regularly, and this fits none of them well enough to use; they're all slightly larger in diameter than a disposable cup, so they only sit about an inch or so down into it and bounce out at the slightest bump. The holder is plain metal, so there's no friction to hold them in place. I'm not an engineer, or even particularly handy, and I can think of three ways in which this thing could be made so much more useful with minimal additional cost:

- Make the metal holder adjustable. I'm going to modify it to do this by cutting the ring and attaching a metal zip tie (the ones with a screw that tightens or loosens it). Didn't anyone at the manufacturer realize that not all cups are the same size? Did they even try this thing with anything other than a medium starbucks cup?

- Line the inside with some kind of rubbery or at least plastic finish to create friction to hold the cup in place. Again, I'm going to try to kluge this by adding electrical tape.

- Make the angle of the metal holder adjustable where it attaches to the plastic mount. As it is, if you don't have a place on your bars that's exactly flat, it won't work because there's no adjustment whatsoever.

It annoys me greatly when people sell a product like this, with so little thought put into how it will actually be used. It's the only cupholder my local bike shop sells, so I guess these guys have a lock on the local market. Bummer.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By E. Kerkow on June 23, 2010
My husband got this for me to use with my bike, but I never got around to attaching it. Then we had a baby. We have a Baby Jogger stroller, which is a great stroller, but a bit minimalist. I don't need a bunch of pockets, but I did want a cupholder, and I had this one... and what do you know, it works great! Looking at the other reviews, it seems the main complaints are that your drink may spill with bumps and that the holder itself doesn't always fit snugly around the bar. As far as spilling a drink because of going over bumps, etc, all I have to say is this should be an expected outcome unless you use a cup/mug with a proper lid. Even using at much slower speeds as I do, I experience a little spillage if I'm not using a good travel mug, but I consider that operator error, not product failure. The fit of the holder around the stroller bar isn't super tight, but I actually like it that way because I can push the holder down and out of the way if I don't have a drink in it. It still seems to be adequately tight to hold a full drink, and I think I could tighten it more if needed. If I were really concerned about the fit, I would take it to my local bike shop for advice or just use some extra padding strips left over from the many lights/misc items that we attach to our bikes- I know in my junk drawer I have several. Overall I think this holder is MUCH more useful on my stroller than on a bike, but now I am tempted to get one for the bike, too. Either way has made my life better. My only complaint is I can't use with my Maclaren stroller as that stroller doesn't have a straight bar.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Doug on March 17, 2012
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The biggest problem with this holder is that it is not adjustable in any way. You can adjust how tight it connects to the handle bar, but that is it. You cannot adjust the size of the holder or the angle at which it sits. What this means is that if your handle bar doesn not have a spot that is parallel to the ground this holder is useless. It is not a problem for me but it should be stressed that you cannot use this holder unless you have handle bars that are parallel to the ground for at least a few inches.

The size and shape of the holder is perfect for to-go coffee cups, but not that great for almost everything else. Smaller soda and water bottles will slide right through it and larger ones will just kind of sit on top and wobble around a bit.

It is built well and installs in only a minute or two. If you primarily are looking to hold coffee cups and have the right kind of handle bars this will work just fine. If not then you can find better options.
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