Tate Labs debuts new Garmin, Cat Eye mounts

Lower-profile Bar Fly 2.0 offers two positions for all Garmin Edge units

Tate Labs has a new, lower-profile Bar Fly 2.0 Garmin mount that works with all the new and existing Garmin cycling computers. The California company also released a Bar Fly for Cat Eye, which works with all that company’s computers, including the new Stealth 50 GPS.

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The Bar Fly 2.0 puts the top of Garmin computers flush with the stem (lower than the current Bar Fly), but it also allows you to set both a smaller Garmin or a larger Garmin close to the stem without having to adjust the mount itself, thanks to a two-slot system.

Tate Labs recommends that you use zip ties instead of two-sided tape (as they did here) to attach the Di2 junction box
Tate labs recommends that you use zip ties instead of two-sided tape (as they did here) to attach the di2 junction box: tate labs recommends that you use zip ties instead of two-sided tape (as they did here) to attach the di2 junction box
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Di2 compatibility? Check

The Bar Fly 2.0 is also compatible with Shimano’s Di2 and Campagnolo’s EPS electronic systems, both of which have a junction box that typically mounts under the stem.

Both Bar Fly mounts attach with a single bolt.

The $25 (£16) Bar Fly 2.0 unit is made in the US, and will be available by the end of the month.

The Bar Fly for Cat Eye is $20 (£13) and is available now.

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You can read BikeRadar‘s 4.5-star review of the Bar Fly 1.1 here, and we will post reviews of the new units soon after we receive them.

The two-slot opening lets you adjust where your Garmin sits in relation to the bar without tools
The two-slot opening lets you adjust where your garmin sits in relation to the bar without tools:
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Two slots on the Bar Fly 2.0 allow for no-tools position adjustment