Since the last time we checked out Womo designs, their product portfolio has drastically expanded. In an ever expanding marketplace of lightweight computer mounts, Womo’s dual clamp aluminum designs may have come off as way over built. However, the company seems to have found its stride offering support for multiple accessories – not just computers. They also provide the ability to run one accessory above and one below, including their latest addition of water bottles… Marketed towards triathletes or anyone who could use a bottle close at hand between their clip on aerobars, the new Koala Bottle options allow for dual use with a light or camera below, or by the looks of their website a single sided option is in the works for just the bottle and cage. The Womo dual mount is thin enough to fit between most clip on aero bars and offers enough support for the full water bottle and additional accessory beneath. Thanks to the magnetic bottle cage, riders can easily grab the bottle from the bars.Cameras and lights can also be attached to all of the Womo mounts with the new swivel kits which allow for 360º of rotation.Womo will also be offering bottle cage mounts to fit beneath their computer mounts. The mount will use a standard two bolt boss to fit any bottle cage. Due in part to the universal nature of their mountain bracket, Womo is able to create mounts for a number of computers and accessories quickly. One of the newest computer additions is the iBike series which is available in a single or combo mount. Because the computer uses an air pressure sensor to help calculate power, a rigid mount is very important for accurate results. For that reason, the Womo bracket is a perfect fit and allow for a light or computer beneath if you’re so inclined.Most single mounts are priced at $49.99 with dual mounts $59.99. For more info and to purchase, head over to Womodesigns.com.
AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementWomen’s Industry Network (WIN) has announced the 2019 honorees for the Most Influential Women award.The award is presented to women who made notable achievements in the collision repair industry in 2019. After the review of many worthy applicants, WIN said it has chosen four industry leaders to receive the MIW honors:Erica Schaefer – Mopar collision marketing manager for Fiat Chrysler AutomobilesJudy Folk – Collision repair design service manager for Sherwin-Williams Automotive FinishesKathy Mello – CEO of TGIF Body Shop, Fremont, CaliforniaYen Hoang – CEO of UYL ColorSince 1999, more than 80 women have been recognized for their contributions to the collision repair industry.“The MIW is a prestigious award, and we felt these women embody what it means to be ‘Most Influential,” said Cheryl Boswell, chief financial officer at DCR Systems, a 2015 MIW honoree and co-chair of the 2019 MIW Committee. “This year’s recipients know what it means to have achieved a strong family and work-life balance. They continue to be a positive role model in their communities and professional environments, as well as their home. We are very excited to celebrate this great honor with them at this year’s Educational Conference.”AdvertisementWIN will honor the 2019 winners at a May 7 gala during the 2019 WIN Educational Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. For MIW award details, criteria and nominations, click here.To register to attend the 2019 Educational Conference or the 2019 MIW gala, click here.