Beer me 🙂
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..and that is why you are never that far from your bike or beer… and now you can always be near a beer bottle opener too. With this headset bottle opener you can not only stop your headset falling apart, but you can also celebrate your victories. Maybe you won one of those race things that super keen people do? Or perhaps you have nailed that drop-off that you have chickened out on for the previous three weekends? Did you beat that super keen guy up the last climb, or kick his arse in the last corner of the descent? Did you get to the top struggling, swearing, pushing, huffing, puffing, stopping for a breather… then Sir, you are the champion!
Now you can taste the victory. But don’t just take our word for it. Let’s see what legendary mountainbike designer Joe Murray says about our nifty beverage tool:
“…this thing sticking out if (of) your headset just to open beer bottles is dumb.”
(Please note: Singletrack is committed to achieving due impartiality in all its output. This commitment is fundamental to our reputation, our values and the trust of audiences. With impartiality fully in view, recognising stakeholder synergies, we hoisted it up the flagpole to see who dances, touched base with our ducks, and got them in a row and went for the low hanging fruit… and added Joe Murray’s review – see picture for Joe’s full product analysis)
American Mike says… The WiseCracker LITE is the original bottle opener for your bike. It neatly fits as a headset spacer under your handlebars and can be installed in just 5 minutes. Celebrate your lack of gears with an abundance of beers and open them with this headset bottle opener. (also compatible with geared bikes).
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– September 10, 2019
I Impressed all my mates at the pub with this. It’s really practical. I did spill beer on my bike, but I’ve spilt worse….. my mate Joe used his SPD and ended up with cow sh!t on his lip!
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