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So do any of you have the $150+ BMW cup holder? I've seen them on ebay for about 1/2 that, but still. What about other adaptations? Ideas? Worth spending the bucks?
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So do any of you have the $150+ BMW cup holder? I've seen them on ebay for about 1/2 that, but still. What about other adaptations? Ideas? Worth spending the bucks?
I got one when I bought the bike. I have never used it except to show what a useless accessory it is.

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Not interested in a cup holder. On long hot trips, I use a hydration pack for sipping ice cold water. Got it from Costco for about $30.
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I too got one when I bought the bike. Unlike Robert, I use mine every morning that I ride.
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I bought one about 6 years ago on eBay and it stays on my bike all the time because I like it. Some cups fit well in it and others don't. If the cup fits well, it rides rock solid and level. When not in use, it stays folded up out of the way.

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I have bought two of those overpriced cup holders, one for each of the LTs I've had. I use them on longish trips, but I agree that a Camelback-type product is the better way to go. When the cup holder is in use it can get in the way of a tank bag when you turn the handles. When not in use it's not in the way of a tank bag.

Another reason to go with a backpack-style product is because empty soda/water bottles will fly out of the cup holder. That's happened to me several times. When we are two-up my wife takes the empty bottles until we stop somewhere.

There are a variety of very inexpensive and creative alternatives to the BMW cup holder. You can find them with a search on this site, and I'm sure others will chime in with their favorite versions. Ari, one of our guys from Finland, attached a cheap plastic cup holder (the kind that slips over a car window) to the LT body work by a fastener that lets him pop the cup holder off and on easily and cleanly. Very slick. I'll post a photo if you want it.

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I got a Ram Cup holder and I used it to hold a soda once and then I was like how am I going to open the top and drive? spent $55 on that and it looks nice now on the bench at the house...
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After pricing the BMW cup holder and trying several other options I finally ordered the Ram drink holder, extension arm, and clutch cover mount. I have found this to be a very useful addition to my cockpit. I have an insulated cup with a straw that makes drinking cold beverages on the go very easy. At gas/restroom stops I carry my cup into the convenience store and fill the cup with ice and water. At most places there is no charge for ice and water since I have my own cup. You can buy the cups most anywhere including Wal Mart.
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I like the Ram one, it looks a lot more useful than the BMW option. Anyone find a way to mount a cup holder for the passenger?

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I had the ebay one on my LT (just taken away by new owner yesterday as I've gone to the K1600 side) and used it every morning. It was easy to fold up when not in use but held my insulated BMW cup nicely. Now if I could just find one for the GTL.
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I like the Ram one, it looks a lot more useful than the BMW option. Anyone find a way to mount a cup holder for the passenger?
I have a suction cup cup holder for my pillion. You can get these at most marine dealers or at Bass Pro shops. They work well if you stick them on the side case just below the front of the case handle.

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I use mine daily with a well insulated thermos. beverage of choice last and lasts.

the design is functional and the plastic and hardware is well done.

only problem is when you lock the handlbars,it does 'bump' the tank bags but will still work well with most low profile bags.

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I use mine daily with a well insulated thermos. beverage of choice last and lasts.

the design is functional and the plastic and hardware is well done.

only problem is when you lock the handlbars,it does 'bump' the tank bags but will still work well with most low profile bags.

2 minute installation.

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I've had the BMW cup holder for almost as long as I've had my 2000 which I got new.
I balked at the BMW price for a while.
I like it, and I use it. When not in use it folds neatly out of the way.
I found a "travel mug" that fits it well, but it also manages off the soda and coffee.
After many years, I consider it a good purchase.
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Works great and is the ultimate vanity accessory for the LT. Engineered over the top with folding arms, stainless steel springs, etc. Oh yes. It is a must fr all of the best dressed LT's. Just wish it would hold larger diameter cups.

Makes a great birthday/Christmas gift for the folks who have everything.

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Works great and is the ultimate vanity accessory for the LT. Engineered over the top with folding arms, stainless steel springs, etc. Oh yes. It is a must fr all of the best dressed LT's. Just wish it would hold larger diameter cups.

Makes a great birthday/Christmas gift for the folks who have everything.

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Have always used a RAM cup holder on all my bikes. On the RT it's mounted to a ram ball handle bar bolt. I use it constantly without issue. Works for coffee in the morning, quick sips at the lights, and I always ride with a water bottle to sip during rides.

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purchased one of http://compare.ebay.com/like/2212667...Types&var=sbar

A few years ago now. Never happier.... Although I got it for $40...

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Well, I seen to vacillate between liking mine sometimes and then I take it off for long periods. I bought a used one from Dave in Jacksonville when he was still on here. He has deserted us now for some other bike I've never heard of. I think it had 1600 in it somewhere. Got a good price and it's nice if you have the right sized cup and especially if it's a Styrofoam cup as that will hold the contents on the cold side for a long time.

Also got a like new one with the 'new' 2007 LT I just got back from Baton Rouge. The bike is in like new condition also. Probably going to be the same on and off thing with the new bike. I like better riding with the RKA tank bag that has two levels of compartments in it. When I get thirsty I mostly get a large 20oz Mountain Dew or other drink and put it in the bottom of the tank bag. I can easily unzip that and take a swig when I need it and it stays colder out of the suns rays.

I have a hydration pack, but I've had too many things on my back over the years and just don't like that feel anymore. Have fun anyway you go.

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Don't forget that the instructions state that it is for use only when parked!

Someone once said the one for Hondas is a lot less in price, but I never looked.

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purchased one of http://compare.ebay.com/like/2212667...Types&var=sbar

A few years ago now. Never happier.... Although I got it for $40...

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Without trying to hijack my own thread (but on a similar note), what kind of mount are you using for the phone, GPS, tablet that is mounted right above your tank? I'd like to use my phone for bluetooth media and GPS.
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Adam, I just bought an i-phone handlebar mount from Sierra BMW. Brand name is Interphone. It's not cheap- $59 or $69 depending on model but it is waterproof. But apparently doesn't work with gloves, but I only did one ride with it so far.

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I go thru a lot of water while riding, make a big thermos of tea. Whenever I stop if I need caffeen I'll drinkj a little tea, green tea with lemon flavoring, no sugar, NO, NO milk.

Hydration bladder with bite tube is a lot easier for me. Flipping my helmet open and trying to sip from a cup??!, even drinking water from a bottle is very difficult, mostly must crouch forward and down to reduce wind.

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I use mine on a daily basis, along with with a Cameback. Coffee in the am and I sip on the water in the Camback all day. I got mine off Ebay which was way cheaper than getting it from the dealer .
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Bought one on fleabay in june'12. From this guy http://myworld.ebay.com/true_gauge/&...84.m1439.l2754
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Checkout the Bike Butler. http://www.glassact.com/galleryBMW.htm

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On a bet, I had a bunch of cheap cup holders made for the lt, about 10 years ago. We gave them away at CCR in Gatlinberg I think. Anyway the work great and if they break, tea I drop the bike sometimes, you just take a spare out and your good to go. Still have about 100 left. If anyone wants one I will have some in Bend. They cost more to ship than they cost.

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The cup holder is a good example of what is right and wrong with the LT. First it's well designed, integrated with the bike's style, sleek and functional. On the negative side it is too expensive, which is why I got mine on eBay too.

It's most important function for me is holding that sweet tea to go


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Without trying to hijack my own thread (but on a similar note), what kind of mount are you using for the phone, GPS, tablet that is mounted right above your tank? I'd like to use my phone for bluetooth media and GPS.
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I have one that came with the bike. Put a can of DPepsi in it not too long ago. Drove for many miles before I had my "aha!" moment. Just how in blazes am I supposed to drink this stuff while riding.....wearing my full-faced helmet? So, I put one of those foam rubber Koozies in it and just use it to hold my phone.

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