4 Ways To Attach Your Phone To Your Bike

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Many of us may well question the wisdom of attaching a phone worth hundreds of pounds to the handlebars of your bike. Some will undoubtedly suggest doing so and then riding your local trails is just asking for trouble, and yet the products to enable a constant sightline to your ‘life preserver’ do so exist. Whether you want to live monitor your Strava segments, navigate a route with a mapping app or just be able to Facetime home when you are getting close, theres a pretty wide selection of gadgets that will do the job. So we thought we’d have a look at four that dropped into the office recently and see how good they actually are.

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Mount: Bikase
From: Amazon (various online)
Price: £25

A drybag style case that mounts on the bars providing landscape and portrait orientation.

 

Mount: Topeak Phone Case & Mount
From: Extra UK – http://www.extrauk.co.uk
Price: £21.99

Uses a ziplok style bag to offer extreme weatherproofing plus a direct mount bracket for both bars and stems.

 

Mount: Osocyclo Mount
From: http://www.osomount.com
Price: £19.99

A versatile mount that adjusts for any size of phone and clamps to bar or stem.

 

Mount: Quadlock Bike Mounts Case & Bracket
From: http://www.quadlockcase.com
Price: £44.99

A case plus locking direct mount bracket for both bars and stems.

Review Info

Brand:Various
Product:Phone Bike Mounts
From:Various
Price:£20 - £45
Tested:by Mark for 1 Month

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    Or use a frame bag that has a phone case built in like the Birzman and carry your keys and a gel and a few bits and bobs too

    http://www.birzman.com/products.php?src=prod&prod_sn=165

    Or glue an SRAM Edge adapter (https://www.sram.com/sram/mountain/products/sram-quickview-adaptor-computer-mount) to the back of any phone case so you can clip it into a Garmin quarter turn mount.

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