Mud Flask Seat-Mounted Flask Carrier for Bikes

Jun 13, 2014

Category: Gear

Just imagine how happy Pee Wee Herman would’ve been if he’d had room for some spirits under that bicycle of his. In fact, I’ll go as far as to say that had Mr. Wee’s cruiser been equipped with the Mud Flask, a seat-mounted flask carrier, he would’ve never resorted to a life of movie theater meat-mashing.

But that’s all in the past. The future of bicycling belongs to the geniuses at Ahearne Cycles, thanks to their creation here. The Mud Flask mounts to the rails of any saddle and securely carries your booze, Juicy Juice, or snake venom to wherever your pedals take you. This is a handmade stainless steel cage with an aluminum bar that fastens into the bend in the seat rails, and it works with any standard 6 oz. or 8 oz. flask.

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