The Paul Gino was originally designed for serving tiny angelo azzurros. Unfortunately, the hole in the bottom of the cup became problematic as cocktail hour progress and users forgot to keep the hole plugged with their pinky. Paul, being a resourceful fellow, repurposed the Gino for mounting normal battery operated lights on your fork or rack. You just stick it in a fork braze on, ideally one made for a Mark’s rack or Lowrider rack. Easy install. Then put your light on it. We like to wrap the Gino with a layer of cloth bar tape so it’s less slippy.
Comes with a M5 mounting bolt. Made by Paul in California. We can get 'em in fun colors too, adds some $$ to the cost and might take a couple more weeks.
Hot tip: if you want to use this to make the perfect Angelo Azzurro, plug the tiny hole with some beeswax. Then dump a fist full of snow into your water bottle, add a big glug of gin, a medium glug of triple sec and a wee glug of blue curaco. Shake it like a shake weight and pour into 14 Gino light mounts, with wax plugged bottoms.