You’ve seen the first version of the Bar Fly for Garmin GPS computers, then version 1.1 for Garmins, or any of the other companies offerings that are also for Garmin head units. Now though, there is a new Bar Fly from Tate Labs – and it’s not for Garmins. If you’re running a computer on your road bike and it’s not a Garmin, there is a fairly good chance that it might be a Cateye computer instead. For those who want something cleaner than the stock mounts for their Cateye, soon there will be a Bar Fly for Cateye.
As the first and only mount that puts your Cateye computer out in front of the stem, the Cateye Barfly is compatible with 12 different Cateye models. Like all Bar Flys, the Cateye version is made in the USA, and as a bonus it is actually endorsed by Cateye themselves. Like the Garmin models, the new Cateye option is machined from Delrin making it light, and strong.
Cateye compatibly Bar Fly units will retail for $19.95 and will be available for purchase starting on March 1. We’ve also heard they are working on mounts for both an iPhone among other electronic devices, more on those when we have it.
- CC-GL50 “Stealth 50”
- CC-GL10 “Stealth 10”
- CC-AT200W “Adventure”
- CC-MC200W “Micro Wireless”
- CC-PD100 “Fit”
- CC-COM10W “Commuter”
- CC-RD430DW “Strada Digital Wireless”
- CC-RD420DW “Strada Digital Wireless”
- CC-RD410DW “Strada Digital Wireless”
- CC-RD400DW “Strada Double Wireless”
- CC-RD300W “Strada Wireless”
- CC-VT220W “Urban Wireless