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- Compatible with a variety of Garmin watches
- Attach for a clean transition from running to biking
- Quick and easy install
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Attach your Forerunner to your bike to collect workout data while cycling. Great for multisport workouts. The Forerunner quickly attaches to the bike mount for a clean transition from running to biking.
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Easily plops onto your bar and can be secured with the zip ties (2 provided not 4) Has nice nooks on the underside for the large end of the zip tie to tuck into and once cut just run a file over the end to smooth it out.
Depending on your bar tape, cable routing might be tight. I removed my front brake line and ran it through the mount. Nice and clean and no issue at all getting it through or with the operation of the cable.
This thing saved me from having to use a dedicated bike computer. I have Garmin speed and cadence sensors on the bike linked to the Fenix3 watch and use the Fenix GPS to track my rides. This mount allowed me to completely get rid of my cateye computer, which didn't have nearly as many features as the Garmin setup anyhow.
It's a simple and awesome solution if you have a GPS sports watch and ride a bike.
I don't feel the mount kit is strong enough unless I use the zip ties. A whole pack of replacement ties is very cheap, so don't fret about cutting them repeatedly to reinstall.
The Quick Release Kit for my Garmin Forerunner 920XT raises the bezel too high for every day use, so I use this mount kit. It's slightly time consuming to connect/disconnect the watch band to this mount, especially when you're tired from exercise. If I ever get good enough to really care about an extra 30 seconds (max) on my triathlon transition times I'll probably install the Quick Release Kit for races only.
I had some confusion installing the mount kit. Some tips:
- Install the kit with the "Garmin" advertisement facing forward.
- Feed the zip ties starting in the rear (non-Garmin side), bottom position then over the top and back down. After cinching the zip ties, rotate/slide the zip tie clasp forward so it neatly hides in the front void.
Would I buy it again? Yes. It's pretty cheap and it works.
I initially looked at the Forerunner 305 Quick-Release kit, but the horror stories of the device popping out of the wristband or bike mount quickly scared me away. With this mount, you can keep your 305 on its original wrist-strap, and feel more secure on your bike as the strap is wrapped around the mount. Garmin should abandon that Quick-Release kit and just use this as their mount for all their Forerunners.
One note - you do have to rotate the mount downward to see the 305 screen in an optimal position, but this hasn't affected the GPS reception at all.