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Bicycle Wine Rack

We have featured before some very original bicycle accessories: the "Road Popper", the "6 pack holder"... Featured here, is the leather bicycle wine rack, it secures your wine bottle tightly to the frame of your bike when ridding to your dinner destination. Just be careful peddling home!



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