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GoPro Handlebar Seatpost Mount

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  • Securely attaches camera housing to handlebar, seat post, fork, boom, roll bar, etc.
  • Fits around any bar from 0.75" to 1.4" (1.9cm - 3.5cm) in diameter
  • Captures point-of-view perspective from bike
  • Great way to take shots of yourself or of people following you
  • Comes with pivoting arms to allow for 3-way adjustability, allowing you to get the angle you want
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Product Description

Part of the beauty of the GoPro HD Hero Camera is its go-anywhere versatility. And to make the most of it, you may want to be able to mount the camera securely to your bike. With the GoPro Mounting Clamp, you can attach your camera to any round or semi-round tube from 19 - 35mm in diameter. So you can have your camera on the chainstays, seatpost, handlebars, or even on the fork legs. Whatever view you choose, you can capture it.The GoPro Handlebar Mounting Clamp includes the tool-free handlebar clamp and a three-way adjustable pivot arm so you can position the camera housing at any angle relative to the clamp.

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  • Recommended Use: filming bike rides, kiteboarding, windsurfing
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year

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  • Item Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004P8FV0M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (284 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Works great for aggressive mountain bike riding.
Eric Dose
When using this to mount my GoPro camera, one of the sections broke due to a fatigue failure of the plastic.
Lyle Landstrom
I purchased this item expecting to get the GoPro brand part, but did not.
DW

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81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Scott Rubin on June 25, 2012
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I bought one of these to mount my GoPro camera to my bicycle handlebars. I bike almost exclusively on the streets of New York City for recreation and commuting. For a few weeks it worked, but often came loose. I had to keep tightening it to keep it in the same position. I eventually wrapped some electrical tape around the handlebar to give the mount more to grab on to. That improved things a great deal, but not perfectly.

Then one day the mount broke. The plastic piece that allows the camera to be mounted 90 degrees rotated from the mount itself just snapped. The camera just popped off my bike. Luckily I noticed and picked the camera up off the ground. It was safe in the shell, but the mount was toasted. I filed a ticket with GoPro, and they replaced the broken piece free of charge.

Just days after getting the new piece the camera broke again. I didn't even realize it at the time. I actually had to backtrack five blocks and was lucky to find my camera at all. Of course, the camera was destroyed. I guess it had been run over by a truck, because it definitely sustained more damage than just falling off my bike. GoPro would not give me a replacement camera, but they gave me %50 off a new camera and also one free mounting accessory of my choice.

I opted to get a wrist mount and order a third party mount made of metal for my bicycle. There is a reason these third party mounts made of metal exist. It is because the official GoPro plastic mounts are awful. The camera is terrific, but do not get this thing. It can't even survive non-competetive city bicycling let along the more extreme sports GoPro is known for filming.

Also, make sure no matter what mount you use that you have some sort of additional tether. That way if the mount breaks, you will not lose your camera.
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52 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Lyle Landstrom on January 9, 2010
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
When using this to mount my GoPro camera, one of the sections broke due to a fatigue failure of the plastic. The problem is caused by the camera vibrating at the end of the bracket causing it to eventually break. I now need to replace the mount and the camera housing. Amazingly the camera still works after flying off my bike at 60 mph. One other problem is the screws that are inside the adjusting knob will sometimes not spin with the knob when trying to tighten the bracket. I solve this by carrying a small screwdriver with me when using the mount but it's one more thing I need to take with me.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Trace on January 19, 2010
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size
I've been using this mount on my handlebars, but due to the shape of my bars I cannot locate this mount where it doesn't point the camera at too much of an angle off to the sides of the road. The mount really needs a left-to-right swivel point to adjust for this. Otherwise a good mount, stable and easy to secure.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Pwyll on August 27, 2008
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
The product works as expected.
What you get is the clamp that will fit most handlebars and seatposts and two extensions of different lengths. The only con is that it doesn't come with rubber strips that most bicycle accesories come with to help hold the clamp in place.
At first the clamp slipped on the bar no matter how tight I made it, adding a strip of rubber fixed that problem. While riding the camera seems to vibrate a lot but on reviewing the videos the images were as good as one would expect. I took videos while riding both on and off road and was pleased with the results.
Audio is horrible when using this product. The vibrations cause a constant buzzing that gets very irritating during playback. But this isn't a big issue as I think most people would dub their videos with either music or commentary anyway.
If you own a gopro helmet or motosport camera this is a handy and reccomended accessory.
If you only own the basic wriststrap gopro you'll need to buy the helmet/motosport housing to use this accessory.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Austin W. Marshall on January 29, 2013
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I commute 20+ miles daily via bicycle and keep a GoPro mounted onto my handle bars. I've had two of these break in the last six months, resulting in a complete detachment of the GoPro housing. Both times were during normal operation on paved roads. I'm guessing it doesn't handle prolonged periods of vibration. Very disappointed.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By David A. Cuyco on January 17, 2012
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size
I lost my Hero during a mountain bike ride due to the handle bar mount breaking. I didn't notice that it was lost until almost the end of my ride. I went back through the trails but didn't find it. I also noticed that another part of the mount which I've used only once to mount it on my seat post was also coming apart. I did not crash or anything, but I guess the constant vibration caused the plastic mounts to eventually break. But aren't these cameras and mounts suppose to withstand such abuse? They advertise it as a go anywhere film your crazy rides and stunts camera. So I am very dissappointed at Gopro for not properly designing their mounts and/or not using the proper materials. Their support is also very slow and unresponsive. I couldn't find a phone number on their site but just an online form.

I'm a mountain biker and I got the gopro Hero2 outdoor edition to film my rides. I've had it for about a week. The camera itself is awesome. Really smooth and sharp HD footage. Although for some reason when left on to continually record, the numbering of the files go out of sync.

I was thinking about buying a new one but until I know that they've addressed the mount issue i'm staying away. I'd rather be focused on the trail rather than constantly looking down to make sure my GoPro is still there!

Oh Gopro Hero, it was fun for the 1 week I had you :(
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