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Recent reviews for this item:
David, August 23, 2012 I found the plastic on the handle-bar connector to be too
hard and inflexible. The only way I mounted it was to
remove my brake levers, untape the handle-bar and slide it
up. Compare that to bells and other accessories you can
easily mount on your handle bar without having to do all
that stuff. I just recently changed my bicycle and when
removing the handle-bar connector, I had put a crack in it
when spreading it around the handle bars. It didn't fall
apart and it's still holding together but the crack is
making me feel uneasy. If the plastic has to be this stiff,
I think the U-bolt assembly for motorcycles make more sense.
Trish, September 15, 2010 I recently purchased the RAM Mount GPS 76 series bike rail
mount. It has worked very well for geocaching. It holds
the GPS unit securely and in a good position to both read
and receive satellite (unless you are tall and lean over the
unit while riding and then it can be a bit sketchy). The
unit could be made better by incorporating a quick release
(or at least easier removal) for the GPS holder (mount can
stay on) - it's cumbersome on the bike when not geocaching.
I also think that the mounting hardware should include a
rubber strip for the handlebars to prevent the unit from
turning - it suggested using tape to build up the bar - it
works but now i'll have tape goop all over my handlebars
when I remove the mount - a piece of rubber would have been