Make Custom Gifts at CafePress
Get Adobe Flash player

My Other Accounts

Digg PhotoBucket StumbleUpon Technorati TypePad


Backyard Diva

Bike Diva

Craft Diva

Cuisine Diva

Horror Diva

Run Diva

Sports Nutrition Diva


Brooks Fanatics Logo

Click for Delray Beach, Florida Forecast
Delray Beach, FL
Sport: Road Cycling

Duathlon Blogs

Twitter Moms: The Influential Moms Network

« Johnny Rockets Restaurant Via Bike Delivery | Main | Amateur Athletes Yearly Racing & Training Budget »



TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Vincero Design Magnetic Bike Bottle Mount:


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Really not a fair and impartial review.

I've been using the system ever since the Univest Expo in Souderton/Doylestown. To date, I've logged almost 700 miles on my bike with the system and without *any* issues. The bottle is easy to mount in either position on my small road frame as long as you use the features molded into the bottle. At the end of a 40 mile ride, I was not even looking down. I've also hit railroad tracks at 22MPH with no lost bottles.

So I think there are three things I'll call out from the review:

(1) The system should not have to adjust for your leg hitting it
(2) The bottle is easy to mount if you take advantage of the features on it
(3) I'm sure the language you harp on is pretty standard legalese to ward off inane lawsuits

Forgot to mention, this looks *cool* on the bike too!


Hi Sheila,

I'm glad you liked the system. It just didn't work for my needs. I was at the end of a breakaway, luckily, when the bottle launched. The rest of my team was about 1/4 mile behind us, otherwise they would have run right over the bottle - could have caused major crash - NOT COOL!

I'm a high volume rider and have never launched a bottle using a traditional water bottle holder in all my years of riding and racing. I own three bikes - cyclocross, road and tri.

I hear the cyclocross crowd is starting to take interest in the system. You can train with a water bottle then remove the water bottle when racing and not have a clunky water bottle holder in the way. I usually use a camelbak hydration system on my cyclocross bike.

Take care,

Vincero should add to the warning label not recommended for riders who lack coordination and more used to sucking water out of a straw.

I just purchased this set and I am waiting for mine to arrive I will post my feedback in fairness to your review and to Vincero.

Hello Nikko,

I own three bikes. Cyclocross, road and triathlon. I have no problem using regular water bottles on my road bike. I didn't like the fact that the Vincero bottle launched during a ride. I have never had a regular water bottle launch in all my years of riding and racing.

I hope the Vincero set up works for you. I didn't like it and gave my honest review. Just because I am given free stuff to try out, doesn't mean I'm going to give it a good review.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe AKA the Bike Diva

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been saved. Comments are moderated and will not appear until approved by the author. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.

Post a comment

Comments are moderated, and will not appear until the author has approved them.

The Bike Diva reviews a variety of cycling, running and triathlon clothing, equipment, and nutritional products. Go to the Product Endorsement page for complete details.

Subscribe to this blog's feed

Become a Fan

Bike Diva Sponsors

Online source for mountain bikes, tips, news, and info.

Visit My BlogFrog Community!

See blogs and businesses for USA
Shakedown Sports News & Rumors

Tip Jar

Change is Good

Tip Jar