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Tate Labs' Bar Fly Spoon Mount lets you directly attach your computer out in front of a number of one-piece handlebars and stems. This includes the Deda Alanera, Cinelli, Pro Stealth Evo, Most Talon, and FSA Plasma, to name a few.
Now you can cleanly mount Garmin Edge 200/500/510/800/810 and Touring/Touring Plus models to the above handlebars. Tate Labs' Bar Fly Spoon Mount is made in the USA and comes with a lifetime warranty, as well as the needed hardware for installation.
- Item #TAT000A
- Q & A
Make those fancy bars fancier
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Standard
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 150lbs
When it comes to computer mounts, Bar Fly knows the game. They invented the first ever out front mount. Awesome quality and the perfect place for your computer. Not to mention they have a lifetime warranty on their products!!!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This product has a serious design flaw that can fatally damage your Garmin device. I purchased the Spoon Mount from BarFly and after a month of use it simply dislodged my Garmin on a ride where I was doing a little over 20 miles an hour. You can imagine at that speed my Garmin sustained some major damage. Since I was out on a club ride, I had to wait until I got home to investigate the cause. Once I got home, I realized that key contact points on this mount had started to wear away. Based on my evaluation this product is prone to this type of wear because of lack of material to properly reinforce the area that separates the two mounting positions. The ability for this mount to support multiple mounting positions for your Garmin devices is actually its weakness. Most Garmin mounts only support a single mounting position which provides the same amount of plastic or metal material around the base of the Garmin to prevent wearing of the mount, especially for plastic base ones. I strongly recommend that you stay away from any BarFly mount that supports multiple mounting positions. It?s not worth losing your Garmin.
I also sent Barfly an email about my experience with this mount and I never heard anything back from them. I guess customer service is not one of their strong suits either.