Tate Labs Bar Fly MTB Garmin mount to be offered

Handlebar mount puts cycle computer just above stem

Tate Labs, the maker of the successful line of Bar Fly Garmin mounts, will soon have a mountain bike model that puts the cycle computer just above the stem. The US$25 handlebar mount will be available July 1 (UK pricing TBC).

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With an adjustable viewing angle, the Bar Fly MTB mount could be a good Garmin-holding solution on bikes that have negative- or steep-rise stems. The production units will have a similar finish to current Bar Fly mounts (BikeRadar recently gave the Tate Labs Bar Fly 2.0 mount a rare five-star review).

The bar fly for mtb could be a good, non-stem-mounted solution for bikes with steep and/or short stems: the bar fly for mtb could be a good, non-stem-mounted solution for bikes with steep and/or short stems
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Tate Labs Bar Fly MTB Garmin mount