Lezyne Direct X-Lock System

Lezyne Direct X-Lock System
Lezyne Direct X-Lock System
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Direct X-Lock System by Lezyne
Tackling the challenge of finding room for all your modern handlebar accessories, Lezyne came up with the Direct X-Lock System to act as an out-front mounting system for your Lezyne GPS, lights, or GoPro camera. A composite matrix construction with aluminum arms provides strength at a low weight, while the included hardware bolts this system over your stem's faceplant through its M5 threads.

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