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Gearjunkie
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Wow, where is that Banik? Looks cold.

Two opposite sides of the same piece of water:
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Start of a long ride, waiting for fellow sufferers / guinea pigs at the bottom of the first hill:
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Got stuck with studying for my exams and decided to take a break. The picture is taken atop of Regensberg, a local hill just outside of Zurich.
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Gearjunkie wrote:Wow, where is that Banik? Looks cold.

Two opposite sides of the same piece of water:
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Start of a long ride, waiting for fellow sufferers / guinea pigs at the bottom of the first hill:
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This is central Greece, usually we don’t have so cold days but this days are really cold Image


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VERY nice! 👍 Where is it?

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Fairly positive that's Mt. Hood.

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TonyM wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:03 am
VERY nice! 👍 Where is it?
Photo taken outside of Sherwood, Oregon looking east at Mt Hood. This is just a few miles from my doorstep. All the climbing can be a bit rough, but the roads and views like this make up for it.
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TobinHatesYou wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:13 am
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I have the same Varia radar unit. What's your logic for mounting it upside down? For an aero benefit? Also I'm using the optional mount which is way more secure and it looks nicer than the included mount w/ rubber bands.

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pdlpsher1 wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:54 am

I have the same Varia radar unit. What's your logic for mounting it upside down? For an aero benefit? Also I'm using the optional mount which is way more secure and it looks nicer than the included mount w/ rubber bands.

The supplied o-ring/band is borderline too tight if I put the mount on the seatmast cap. And the radar sensor is below the horizon of the rear tire if I mount it right-side up.

I bought the optional clamp-on mount. It's too small for the seatmast cap. If I mount it below the seatmast cap, it doesn't have as much aft clearance as the o-ring mount and the seatmast binder collar interferes with it.

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With no saddle bag under the seat, my thought would be to purchase a Go-Pro saddle rail mount sand a 3d printed Garmin adapter so the Varia would be tucked up behind the saddle.
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