- Mounts your Lezyne GPS device behind your saddle.
- Perfect for track cyclists.
- Lighteight, aerodynamic, durable design.
- 1x M5x30mm cap screw and 1x M5 locking nut also required.
For those not aware, UCI rules prevent track cyclists from mounting their GPS device where it can be read whilst racing. A simple rule to improve safety whilst on the track.
I've tried a number of different solutions myself and have seen a number of DIY attempts on other bikes but have now designed a mount which gives me the best method of carrying my device whilst track racing.
This Lezyne version is developed from the very popular MagCAD Garmin Saddle Mount
which has been used by many track cyclists for a number of years now.
The mount fixes to almost all saddle rails and holds your Lezyne GPS device at the back of your saddle where is has minimal aerodynamic effect. The position is convenient for starting/stopping an activity as well as removing your device.
The Lezyne mounting system requires you to push and turn the device to remove.
PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended you support the arm of the mount when pushing your device to avoid over stressing the mount.
The below hardware is also required and very simple to source locally:
Receiving your mount
- 1x M5x30mm Cap Screw
- 1x M5 Locking Hex Nut
Because there are multiple parts to the Lezyne Mount the 3D model is printed with a loop. A 2mm tube through the hole centres (not touching) of each part. This keeps the items together and simplifies processing. When you receive your mount simply cut the loop with pliers or scissors and discard.
I’m a MEng Aerospace Engineer and former professional cyclist. All the items, including this mount, are ones which I’ve developed and use myself. A hobby which I take too far but want to share with others.
Feel free to get in contact with any questions or feedback. Individual customisation will be considered.
Revision 1 - Production Issue.