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August 31, 2010

Road Popper


It's not what you think.

From the website:



The Road Popper is a bike-mounted bottle opener that we developed for our own use and decided afterward to share.

We designed it to fasten discreetly to the rails on the underside of the saddle to help keep your bike looking crisp.

So far, it's worked on all the bottle caps we've tried it on.


Made from bronze-infused stainless steel.

Finish options are plain, matte gold, glossy gold, matte antique bronze, and glossy antique bronze.

The Road Popper is not intended for alcoholic beverages.

Chromoly does not condone cycling while under the influence of alcohol [clifyt, that means you].



$40–$55.71, depending on finish.

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Very cool, going to share this on our site. I am always surprised by the number of people who like to drink beer and bike - one often makes it harder to do the other, but its cool!

Posted by: The Beer Newb | Sep 6, 2010 5:32:47 PM

Would a "church key"($.25-$.50)purchased at a Goodwill/Salvation Army store, discretely tucked in a pocket do?

Posted by: Kay | Aug 31, 2010 3:58:32 PM

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