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K-Edge TT Handlbebar Computer Mount for Garmin

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Item # KEG0024

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Item # KEG0024

Where you want it.

TT bikes, with their elbow rests and bar extensions, often suffer from badly cluttered cockpits. Fortunately, the good folks at K-Edge have developed a machined aluminum mount for your Garmin computer that places it below and between your base bar extensions. The K-Edge TT Handlebar Computer Mount not only puts your Garmin in an easy place to read, but a place that’s naturally protected by your bike in the event of a fall.

The TT Handlebar Computer Mount is built to be both light and Strong. Made from a single block of machined 6061 T6 aluminum, the mount moves your computer out of the way, but keeps it easily accessible. The mount position is also sleek, aerodynamic, and compatible with the Garmin Edge 200, 500, 510, 800, and 810 computers.

  • Machined aluminum
  • Aerodynamic
  • Protected
  • Easily accessible

Tech Specs

Material:
anodized aluminium
Compatibility:
Garmin Edge 200, 500, 510, 800, 810
Recommended Use:
time trial and triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Reviews & Community

Does the job

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This TT bar mount does the exact same thing as the non-TT version, moving your head unit forward closer to your field of view so you don't have to move your eyes as far from the road. What it also does is hold your unit so the face is flush with the top of the bars. While this does potentially keep the unit out of the way of your arms, it also puts button on a Garmin 500 inbetween the bar and the unit. And chances are your fingers don't fit easily into that space. Hopefully you aren't navigating the unit's menu while riding anyway, but it would still be nice if the mount was usable such that the head unit was held above the plane of the bars.

Exactly what the above poster said. It puts the Garmin out of the way, which may be "aero" but it is hard to operate without sticking my fingers awkwardly underneath the bar extensions.