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Contour Handlebar Mount

Handlebar mount for Contour sports cameras

Item # 8062780

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Built specifically for race, off-road and drift action, this mount features two arm-and-ball sockets for maximum positioning flexibility. Securely attaches to handlebars from 15mm to 33mm (approx. 5/8" - 1-3/16") in diameter.

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What's in the Box:

  • Contour camera handlebar mount
  • 2 Rubber friction pads
  • Camera leash
  • Directions

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Overview: The Contour Bar Mount allows you to mount your Contour camera onto the handlebars of your bicycle. It has a dual screw enclosure system that will accommodate a variety of bar sizes.

TRail System: The rail-and-groove TRail system camera mount lets you slide the camera onto the bracket quickly, and easily remove it when you're ready. Once the camera is mounted to the bike, the twist lock adjustment lets you set the camera angle as you desire.

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Rock solid support

Written by Ralph Graves, Staff Writer - Creative, on 3/26/2012 9:20:00 AM

If you're going to do POV shooting with your bike, this is the mount to get. After working with it a little, I have a few recommendations.

First, remember that this is for Contour cameras. The slot isn't universal.

Second, the rubber ring does a great job gripping the handlebar — provided the mount's locked down tight. Make sure you firmly tighten those screws. Also, if you do a lot of trail biking (or other activities that keep your bike dusty or dirty), clean off the handlebar and dry it before putting on the mount. It will help the rubber grip better.

Third, have fun!

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