Garmin 200/500 + AyUp centreline Mount

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UPDATED: Garmin clip has been tightened and made more secure, and the sockets for the M4 nuts are tighter and more resistant to wear.

This mount connects your Ay-Up Light and Garmin Edge 200 / 500 computer to your handlebar. The Ay-Up light is attached underneath, using the standard elastic band that comes with the light. The clamp is for a 31.8mm Road handlebar.

The mount features two strong arms for minimum vibration / movement.

For a sweet finish, get it in a polished material like WSF polished or one of the bright colours. (Plain white will get a bit dirty, plain black is great)

Two M4 x 16mm Socket Cap bolts and nylock nuts are required, not included, though easily found on the internet, at the hardware shop or the bike shop. Please note, the holes are sized exactly to M4, so if you're having trouble getting the bolt through, as I was, you're probably using an M5!

>>feel free to contact me if you have any issues, can suggest any improvements or have any other fittings you would like to see produced.
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Dimensions

IN: 4.065 w x 4.065 d x 4.065 h
CM: 10.326 w x 6.602 d x 4.744 h

Comments

 
Great concept, would like to get my hands on one of these mounts. Are you still getting them made?
January 22, 2014, 1:48 pm
@nflutter you're quick! Only just posted that up! Let me know how you go with it!
March 21, 2013, 9:45 am
@markhomewood Thanks for the feedback Mark, much appreciated. I'll update the model now to improve on those two areas. Nick
March 21, 2013, 9:43 am
Nifty little design. A big improvement on the previous version which seemed to lack the stability. This one seems much more rigid, so your lights won't tend to flop around much. Also, the connection with the terminal seems to stay in place, where it had a tendency to fall out of the previous one. Designer has definitely responded to the initial problems, and the improvements seem to be an ongoing process. If there are a couple of things that may need some attention, it's that the part where the bolt goes through might be a little thin, so be careful when tightening, and the part where the Garmin clips in is a tiny bit loose, allowing a fraction of a mil of play between the mount and the device. Very minor issues. Otherwise, a great concept, developing well.
March 21, 2013, 8:44 am