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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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You should check out topeak mount.
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Actually, you should look into getting a wahoo RFLKT and keep your iphone in your pocket. I just started to do that, and am much happier than when I was using an iphone mount.
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- Joined: Mon Apr 11, 2011 6:28 pm
- Location: Palm Coast, Fl.
I have been using this for about two years now and it works fantastic. The only downside is topeak software doesn't connect with strava. You can run the strava app if you need that. It also works great with their cadence sensor.....http://www.topeak.com/products/PanoBike ... e_ip6_plus
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I fully recommend the Quadlock stuff. They do an out-front mount now as well as a bar or stem mount.
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- Location: Pa USA
Huh? Buy an aero bike and stick an iphone on it?
Cysco Ti custom Campy SR mechanical (6.9);Cannondale SS Evo Di2 7970 (5.79); Willier Cento Uno Air Di2 9070 (7.0); C40 Mk2 DA 7800 ; Anvil Custom steel Etap;1996 Colnago Technos Record
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iphone 6 is very aero. 7mm thick. 158mm long. That's something like a 23:1 aspect ratio. Show me a Garmin that aero.
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I went from running iPhone 4s a 6 with a Topeak mount and then very quickly to a Garmin as I didn't like having a small camping table mounted to my handlebars
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The Weenie formally known as CAADHEAD
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- Location: Gien, France
My experience on Quad lock/Iphone6 is great, with 25000km of pleasure. It's safe for the iphone and offers a good protection in case of light rain.
I also use the Quad lock case all the time in order to protect the phone.
I'll probably buy the next QuadLock for Iphone 7 this Fall...
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Racing is a three-dimensional high-speed chess game, involving hundreds of pieces on the board.
CBA = Chronic Bike Addiction
OCD = Obsessive Cycling Disorder
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I'd be hesitant to put a $600 iPhone in place where it could easily get damaged in a crash. I've had several cyclometers get damaged in crashes over the years.
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2lo8 wrote:iphone 6 is very aero. 7mm thick. 158mm long. That's something like a 23:1 aspect ratio. Show me a Garmin that aero.
Show me anyone mounting their 15.8cm long iPhone completely flat and not at ~10degree angle to be able to see it
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haha yup, iPhone screen is quite poor at viewing angles. Get a proper cycling computer. One light rain shower and your phone is toast
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