SRAM Brings Quickview to Mountain Bikes, Adds Computer Adapter for 605 and 705, plus Zipp Quickview TT
These days it seems there is almost as much competition for computer mounts, than the actual computers themselves. Joining Tate Labs with their Barfly MTB, SRAM is bringing their Quickview computer mounts from the road to the mountain bike sides of things to offer a safe, secure mounting solution for off road Garmin use. The $20 mount features an all new split clamp design with top access to the T25 stainless bolt. Like the original Quickview road, the MTB version uses a simple 1/4 turn twist mount for direct mounting of Garmin Edge 200/500/510/800/810 computers. Available in July.
Bummed out that your Garmin Edge 605/705 isn’t compatible? SRAM’s got you covered with an all new adapter after the break.
Due to the slide mount style of the 605 and 705, they are not compatible with the new crop of Garmin handlebar mounts. Fortunately, SRAM is now offering this simple little adapter that turns your slide mount into a twist mount. Simply attach the adapter to the Quickview mount, and then slide your Garmin in or out as needed.
The adapter adds a measly 8 grams, costs $5, and will be available in June.
Zipp is also getting in on the mount games, with a Quickview TT computer mount. Designed for mounting on any 22.2mm aerobar extension, the mount is specifically designed for aerodynamic mounting on the left extension but can be mounted on the right as well. Like the other Quickviews, the clamp uses a single T25 torx bolt and a flexible clamp with a 1/4 twist installation. Weighing 18g, the Zipp Quickview TT will be available in July for $20.