Quarq Garmin Edge front of bar mount

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Lars K. P.
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Hi'

Anyone know if the Quarq Garmin Edge front of bar mount is released and where to buy?


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Lars K. P. wrote:Hi'

Anyone know if the Quarq Garmin Edge front of bar mount is released and where to buy?


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I'm looking for that for the Garmin 800 in the UK too...:)

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by singlespeed

I asked the kind folks at Quarq about this mount and this was their reply:

Unfortunately, we will not be releasing the LoPro mount in its current
form. We are working on a mount with wider compatibility. At this
stage there is no ETA.

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Bah, I was really hoping Quarq would have released it before the end of summer.
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K edge or racewaredirect


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Garmin mount = 8g (clip, rubber pad, two o-rings)
RWD mount = 13g.

5g penalty to have your Garmin in front of your handlebars, flush, and centered? Might be worth the unfortunate gain in weight. :D
The BarFly doesn't have your Garmin flush with the bars.
The K-Edge is nice and sturdy, but around 31g that's a considerable penalty... maybe not worth it then.
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Prend the barfly centers just fine for me. Thompson stem,Deda bars.

oh you mean flat with the bars as opposed to centered.. understood.
You may find your not going to want it completely flat anyway as there can be some glare from the Cali sun ;)

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Centers, yes, but it's above the level of the stem. I haven't seen any Barfly setups where the top line of the Garmin body is flush or below the handlebar's top line, they are always on top.

Unless yours is the only one that has the Garmin body top flush with the handlebars and stem?
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Racewaredirect is my favorite

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MikeMiranda wrote:K edge or racewaredirect


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You can also try the FlipLoc from Design Cycles. It comes in two versions, one for standard 31.8mm handlebars and another for 22.2mm aerobars. See URL below:
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