The 6-Pack Frame Cinch attaches any object with a handle to your bicycle top tube - including your favorite 6-pack. Cleverly using the empty space inside the frame triangle for storage, our invention was honored as one of the Ten Best Bike-Related Designs by Architizer.
For a sturdy 6-pack experience and a set discount, check out our practically indestructible Bicycle Beer Combo, made from leather and wood.
PRODUCT TESTER REVIEWS: "I was skeptical about this one. Where the growler holder was out of sight and out of mind while riding, the 6 Pack Frame Cinch design places the beer directly between your legs. Thankfully, my fear of knees scraping against cardboard were entirely unfounded." -Lee Heidel, Brew/Drink/Run
"After I placed the order I began to worry about just how safe my beer would be. Don't worry, the construction is top notch and it attaches very securely. I guess, with a little ingenuity it could easily be used to secure many more things to your bike. But what would be in the fun in that?!" -Marcus B.
INCLUDES: This listing is for 1 frame cinch - note that it takes 2 to secure long items like a bike polo mallet / kayak paddle / rake.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR: Mixte / "women's" / step-through frames with diagonal top tubes. It works best on a top tube that is parallel to the ground.
MATERIALS: Vegetable-tanned leather; natural and black with nickel-plated steel hardware and honey and dark brown with antique brass hardware
DIMENSIONS: Approximately 10" long by 5" wide at the widest dimensions
MONOGRAMMING: Yes! This item can be monogrammed with up to 3 characters using our 1/2" font set. Monogramming can add 2-3 days to the turnaround time. Monogram font and placement is shown in the photo to the left. Learn more about monograms.
DISCLAIMER: For cardboard 6-packs, this product is intended for grocery runs, commuting, and trips around the neighborhood rather than long-distance riding. Use common sense when selecting a cardboard 6-pack to use with our frame cinch - cardboard cartons are designed to carry your beer without tearing the handle, but if they get compromised (e.g, wet), they can fail.