K-Edge TT Mount for Pioneer

K-Edge TT Mount for Pioneer
K-Edge TT Mount for Pioneer
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TT Mount for Pioneer by K-Edge
If you train with a power meter, keeping track of your power output during a tri or time trial is crucial. Thankfully, you can still mount your Pioneer power meter head unit onto your aerobars with K-Edge's TT Mount for Pioneer. Made of rigid, durable aluminum, it locks the computer in place between your aerobars, away from your arms, and keeps it positioned so that you're able to easily see it with a quick glance down. It uses a double locking system for added security and is compatible with 22. 2mm aluminum and carbon bars.

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SKU: KEG000E
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