No amount of scientific analysis has been able to explain the cosmic bond between cyclists and their local coffee shops. Maybe it first came about when espresso machine manufacturer Faema began sponsoring professional riders in the 1960s, like the legendary Eddie Merckx. Or perhaps the source lies further back in the history books, but what we do know is that it is incredibly difficult to ride with one hand and sip an Americano with the other.
Enter the Bookman Coffee Cup Holder. Built to withstand the worst bumps in the road, it'll always keep you from taking a spill. The Bookman Cup Holder easily attaches to your bike thanks to the clever spring steel construction. Open the spring by pressing the rings together, place it on the handlebar and let go. The Cup Holder clamps down on the handlebars and sits firmly in place never losing grip even during rides over bumps and potholes.
- Can be flipped and used with either the smaller ring or the lager ring depending on cup size
- Includes a "storage cube" for when its not in use to keep everything flat and tidy
- Tool free installation
- Only suitable for cups not bottles
- Best fit with handlebars with thickness of around 22 mm
- Designed in Sweeden
- Made in China
Bookman Company Profile: Bookman was set up with one goal in mind, to inspire more style-conscious people to see that traveling in the saddle can be a way of life that combines style, convenience, design and fun with inspiration coming from the buzzing bike seen in Europe where it is evident that getting on a bike is not reason enough to disregard dressing well.
Bookman are continuously striving to design more functional solutions for your everyday cycling needs, focusing on the little details that have previously been overlooked and incorporating cycling and style in all our products. We aim to provide you with an ever-expanding range of different products to add a personal touch on your ride while keeping you safe.
Featured in stores all around the world from concept boutiques such as Colette in Paris, to museum shops like MoMA in NYC and the London Design Museum in the UK, to more bicycle oriented stores such as Curbside Cycle in Toronto. Also appearing in some very cool media forums around the globe; American men’s magazine Details, Velo’s 2nd gear book, British GQ, The Sunday Times Style, Nordic architecture and design magazine FORM, The Cool Hunter and on WIRED, just to name a few.