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2017-05-02 10:30 PM

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Subject: Cervelo p2c hydration options

Hi, I just picked up an older p2c. I need to find a way to put hydration behind the seat. I seen xlab had some but it requires holes in the seat post which mine does not have. Is there anything available for this?

Thanks for any advice.

 

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2017-05-03 7:21 AM
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Subject: RE: Cervelo p2c hydration options
The original seat post should have come with holes that would take the x-lab. Do you have a pic?
2017-05-03 1:27 PM
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My X-Lab does not require holes in the seatpost of my P2.
2017-05-03 2:40 PM
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2017-05-03 4:37 PM
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Subject: RE: Cervelo p2c hydration options

Hi, just wondering which one is it and how do you mount it?

Thanks.

 

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2017-05-03 8:25 PM
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Subject: RE: Cervelo p2c hydration options
Delta 400. I have that with the Aero Pouch.


2017-05-06 3:06 PM
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Subject: RE: Cervelo p2c hydration options
Why is it you want to put it behind the seat? There are some easier access ones for the front.
2017-05-06 7:04 PM
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Subject: RE: Cervelo p2c hydration options
I have a Profile Design system (not sure of the model name) two-bottle "torpedo" mount that fits on the seat rails, not the seat post itself, on a 2010 P2.
2017-05-07 12:45 AM
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Subject: RE: Cervelo p2c hydration options
I'd like the behind the seat for extra water on longer training rides. I am looking into bar mounted options as well. It only has one down tube mount right now and I know I will need more. Thanks for the answers!
2017-05-07 3:26 AM
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Subject: RE: Cervelo p2c hydration options
I train in tropical conditions where tap water is not drinkable, and tend to cramp if I stop to refill during a race, so have the bike set up to carry loads of water! Right now I can carry two bottles behind the seat, one on the down tube, and an aerobottle. For really long outdoor rides, I might also put a bottle in a jersey or small backpack. At most during a half-ironman in hot conditions, I might refill the aerobottle with water once or twice at an aid station.
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