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Garmin Quarter Turn Bike Mount

$10.00

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    While your Edge 800 or Edge 500 GPS comes with two of these Quarter Turn Bike Mounts, what if you lose one and like to ride with your Garmin GPS on more than one bike -- perhaps on your road and mountain bikes? Luckily you can purchase them separately here.

    The Garmin Quarter Turn Bike Mount secures quickly and easily to your stem or handlebars without tools, using sturdy O-rings. You'll get four O-rings -- two of each size -- so you can install the mount on any size handlebars and stems -- wing shaped, round or oval. Once installed, you be able to move your Garmin Edge 800 from bike to bike with ease, and with the simplicity of the mount, you'll be ready to ride in 30 seconds or less.

    • Item #GRM3000

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    Mount Type
    handlebar, stem
    Recommended Use
    mounting your Edge 800 or Edge 500 GPS to your cockpit

    Tech Specs

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    pretty awesome, with a mtb caveat

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    This mount is really simple and inexpensive, so it's pretty much a no-brainer if you own a garmin and want to attach it to your bike somehow. Mine has migrated from my handlebars, to my toptube, to my stem, which I initially thought was too short to use as a mounting spot,- but it's actually been the most secure. My experience with the Quarter Turn on my mountain bike has been that, if the mount has any freedom at all to move laterally (like on the bars or the toptube), it definitely will when riding on rocky trails - which usually has resulted in it falling off my bike and rubber bands being lost.

    TL:DR; mounting it to the stem is the way to go! I'm about to order a second mount for the spare parts - it already comes with extra rubber bands in each size, but I wish it came with more.

    Secure and Versatile

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Great little mounting system for changing your Garmin form bike to bike. Simple to the install, fits about any stem and has a really secure fit. Cheap and it works.

    My Garmin Edge is secure

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    This is by all means the best deal out there for a mount. I have four bikes, and would have spent $100 for mounts for my bikes. With these, I spent $20. Are these flashy? Nope. Will the rubber straps break overtime? Maybe, but it's worth the risk!



    I've put these on a Cannondale Scalpel that has a rounded square stem -- fits great. Also use it on a Easton EA70 and Ritchey WCS stem. Fits well on all of them.

    Have one for every bike

    This mount should be on every bike you own if you have a Garmin unit. It attaches with rubber bands so you don't want to be moving it from one bike to the next. It can rotate to mount on either your stem or handlebar. It's dead simple and works, the unit will never eject. I personally don't understand why people like the Bar Fly so much. For $10 this is all you need, and it's not like your speed or altitude will increase with a more expensive mount.

    Have one for every bike