In the mode of constantly refining, and to keep up with aftermarket computer technology, Tate Labs completely revised its 'out-in-front' Garmin computer mount with the Bar Fly 2. 0. The mount now includes a new mounting position, it accommodates two computer sizes, and it provides housing for an electronic junction box underneath. With the Bar Fly 1. 1, we were introduced to the 1/8th turn engagement technology. This tactile 'click' lock-in feature carries over to the 2. 0, but the mount itself was given a complete overhaul. The Bar Fly 2. 0 was built with two computer mounting positions that are optimized for Garmin's 200/500 computer, as well as its 510/800/810 models. Once mounted, your computer now sits level with the stem instead of above it, as was the design on the original Bar Fly. The main bracket arm was also slimmed down in order to decrease weight compared to the 1. 1. Additionally, the Bar Fly 2. 0 was designed with electronic group sets in mind. Both Shimano Di2 and Campagnolo EPS junction boxes now conveniently mount underneath the 2. 0. And, just like the Bar Fly 1. 1, the 2. 0 is still manufactured in the USA out of Delrin, which is a stiff thermoplastic used in applications where durability is an absolute must. With no screws to lose, and 'zero risk of over-clamping and crushing lightweight carbon bars,' the Bar Fly 2. 0 positions all of your Garmin devices directly in the center of the handlebar for a safe viewing position. The Tate Labs Bar Fly 2. 0 is available in the color Black and it mounts to 31. 8mm diameter handlebars.