010-11251-15

Garmin Out-Front Bike Mount for Garmin Watches

Garmin Out-Front Bike Mount for Garmin Watches

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The Garmin Out-Front Bike Mount places a Garmin watch in heads-up positioning to increase safety while riding a bike.

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Put you and your data ahead of the pack with Garmin's out-front bike mount.

This mount allows you to take full advantage of all of the robust data that Edge® provides without compromising the ride. The Edge® is out in front of you for easier, heads-up positioning and increased safety.

Use a Forerunner® 910XT or 310XT with a quick release kit (sold separately) for training? You can use them with this mount, too. All you have to do is remove the screws from the bottom, rotate the inner-mount and reinsert the screws, and your watch will mount in the proper orientation on the handle bar.

Compatible Devices:

  • Edge® Series
  • Forerunner® 310XT
  • Forerunner® 910XT
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin Out-Front Bike Mount for Garmin Watches 010-11251-15 Out-front bike mount for Edge series and Forerunner 310XT and 910XT watches
$39.99
In Stock

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