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GoPro Handlebar Seatpost Mount

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A tough camera clamp for bikes, that transfers to most bars and tubes.

Part of the beauty of the GoPro HD Hero Camera is its go-anywhere versatility. And to make the most of it, you may want to be able to mount the camera securely to your bike. With the GoPro Mounting Clamp, you can attach your camera to any round or semi-round tube from 19 - 35mm in diameter. So you can have your camera on the chainstays, seatpost, handlebars, or even on the fork legs. Whatever view you choose, you can capture it.

The GoPro Handlebar Mounting Clamp includes the tool-free handlebar clamp and a three-way adjustable pivot arm so you can position the camera housing at any angle relative to the clamp.

  • Item #GOP0005

Tech Specs

polycarbonate, stainless steel
Recommended Use
filming bike rides, kiteboarding, windsurfing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Pow-day selfies!

    Do not let the handle-bar name fool you, this bad boy comes ski pole ready straight out of the box. It includes an extra thick rubber gasket to securely tighten the mount around the very bottom (thinest) part of a ski pole, and all the different extension pieces allow you to film any direction/angle you can imagine.
    YouTube here you come!

    Great for Biking and Skiing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've used this mount for mountain biking and skiing the past few seasons. Works really well with a ski pole (you just have to build up the shaft with some duct tape to get the right diameter). These mounts tend to crack after many uses (partially due to needing a tight clamp to prevent movement)

    It's plastic

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So far I've only used it on my road bike on fairly smooth roads. You really have to tighten all the screws to keep it from shifting. I can't imagine using it on a mountain bike trail. The required tightening would probably cause the plastic to snap.

    Not durable and not easy to tighten

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I only used it few times because there are some major issues. 1) If you going to mount on the mountain bike, you can use your finger to tighten it, it is not strong enough so you need philips screwdrivers to assist and tighten it. Better to put some rubber between the bike and your the mount to get some friction. 2) If you going downhill, it will move and loose the grip after > 40 mins on the trail. It sucks when the camera point on the ground. 3) lastly, over-tighten or extreme pressure with break the clamp.

    If it's round it works

      This thing will go anywhere round, which is great because I'm always trying to find new places to put this thing. As others mentioned always a good idea to line the the object you are clamping too with tape or foam.

      Great for skiing

        This mount is really good for skiing when you mount it on a pole especially when you ski powder as it creates a really cool shot. Before I bought it, I thought that it might be a bit awkward skiing with only one pole and the other one straight out but it is very easy to get use to. If you use your skiing pole, you will most likely need to use some kind of tape (I used clear hockey tape) to increase the diameter of your pole so that the mount will not slide around. Also I used a screwdriver to tighten the thumb knobs because they will move under fast jerking movements.