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OneUp adds Inline Pump Mount & Bolt-On Tube Strap

oneup inline EDC mini pump cage bolts under the top tube
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With more and more bikes adding two-bolt accessory mounts under the top tube, it was only a matter of time before someone (and now, probably, everyone) added dedicated strap mounts for pumps and stuff.

OneUp Components is first with a mount specifically for their EDC Pump, which is one of my faves. Their high-volume pump is great for MTB (and passably decent for gravel), but its real trick is hiding a complete mini tool and tire plugger kit (or CO2) inside the handle.

oneup bolt-on tube strap and mini pump cages for bicycles

With the new Inline Pump Mount, you’ll have everything you need for quick repairs and inflation at the ready. The mount is made of durable plastic with a thick rubber strap. The design is easier to clean than a Velcro strap, and won’t slide around, either. It comes with two mounting bolts for $19.50 ($24.50CAD / €19.50 / £24.50).

oneup top tube strap holder bolts under the top tube

The Tube Strap Mount has the same price and the same idea, but with a flatter, wider base for a fold-rolled tube to rest against. Or…

oneup top tube strap holder with a baguette in it

…whatever else you want to strap to it. Make a burrito container and I’m sold. Well, actually, I’m already sold. But, burritos.

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Woody
Woody
7 months ago

Janky

Fig Ciocc
Fig Ciocc
7 months ago

That lede image is a bit suggestive but hey! Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

Quentin
Quentin
7 months ago

The last picture with the baguette is disturbing. On the strap line, if baked correctly with the proper ingredients the baguette should break slightly on the outer crust, it looks too squishy, I assume the flour is not the proper T45 or T55 quality and this baguette is not properly cooked, My guess it’s mixed with corn based stuff, this is sad to look at. And besides that I love one up products really good stuff but please don’t use squishy baguette, it’s sacrilege. I’m french by the way 😉

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