Paragon Machine Works just introduced their new 2h2o Mounting System that offers a cage attachment solution for two bottles at the steerer tube. It looks a little ambitious to us, despite a surprising load rating. What do you think?

There are lots of ways to add bottle cage mounts to a bike. Paragon Machine Works just announced its new solution. Designed by Luis Lopez, a machinist and product designer at PMW, the new 2h2o Mounting System is a unique dual bottle mount that fits nearly any type of bike by attaching to the bike’s steerer tube, taking the place of a stem spacer. It has two adjustable arms that allows for the mounting of two standard bottle cages or compatible cargo cages. Paragon says it’s designed to be “enjoyed within moderate riding conditions,” and is rated for 2 pounds per cage mount, but we’re not totally sure how well it would hold up on rough singletrack or bumpy terrain.

Paragon Machine Works 2h2o

It uses a pin and slot design for linear and rotational adjustments so mounted items can be optimally placed to maximize knee clearance and handlebar turning radius. It’s machined in California from 6061 Aluminum and rated for 2 pounds per cage mount. Check out the short assembly how-to video below for a better look at how it works.

  • Load Limit: 2lbs per side
  • Material: 6061 Aluminum
  • Weight: 150 grams
  • Place of Manufacture: California, USA
  • Price: $50 USD
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