The K-EDGE Garmin Stem Mount is a great upgrade solution for cyclists who prefer their computer above the stem. Mounting off of the steerer tube, the mount replaces a standard 5mm spacer, and is locked securely in place by the top cap compression system.
The adjustable version allows for a variety of different stem angles. It can be used with positive or negative degree stems and additional spacers can be added (5mm to 10mm) above the stem. Note that some larger computers will not always work with a steep angled stem.
Designed with mountain biking in mind, the K-EDGE Stem mount is also ideal for much more including: cyclocross; triathlon; bike touring; or if you simply prefer this position for your computer.
Adjustable Stem Mount is a great solution for cyclists who prefer their computer above the stem.
- Supported Computers – Garmin Edge 20, 25, 200, 500, 510, 520, 530, 800, 810, 820, 830, and Forerunner 310XT
- EDGE 1030, 1000 require > 70 mm and <6°
- Compatibly - 1-1/8" Steerer tube Diameter, Thickness 5mm, Length (Center-to-Center) - 50mm
- Weight: 25g
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K-EDGE has machined a reputation for quality, precision, and performance out of a block of aluminum. Found on the bikes of more than half the Tour de France peloton, K-EDGE is the leader in cycling computer mounts, light and camera mounts, chain catchers, and more.
K-EDGE’s unique advantage is its ability to quickly and efficiently turn cyclist’s most urgent product needs into reality. Born in 2009 from the need for an efficient Chain Catcher, K-EDGE continues to turn out Pro Tour level product to solve cycling’s modern challenges.
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