Lezyne GPS Watch Handlebar Adapter

Lezyne GPS Watch Handlebar Adapter
Lezyne GPS Watch Handlebar Adapter
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GPS Watch Handlebar Adapter by Lezyne
Although Lezyne's GPS Watches are great for cycling, wrist placement makes them a bit tricky to read when you're riding full-throttle down the road and trail. Eliminate distraction from your cycling routine by mounting the Lezyne GPS Watch Handlebar Adapter to your favorite road and mountain bike. This handlebar adapter secures to your bars with the watch strap tightened down for a snug, non-slip fit at higher speeds and over bumps on the trail.

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SKU: LED006O
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