Roll bar/tube clamp for mounting your quick-release GoPro camera on to tubes/frames ranging from 1.4" to 2.5" (3.5cm - 6.35cm) in diameter. Perfect for clamping your camera to the radiator cap (both metal and plastic caps) on karts. You can also clamp to bike frames, bumper bars, ski/surfboard racks, or anything else that is in the size range above. Comes with pivoting orientation arms allowing for 3-way adjustability, ensuring you can get the angle you want.
Compatible with all GoPro quick-release cameras including the Helmet HERO Wide, Motorsports HERO Wide, Motorsports HERO, Surf HERO, and WIDE HERO cameras. Not compatible with the Digital HERO 5 Wrist Camera.
1 Roll Bar/Tube Clamp
1 Three-way Adjustable Pivot Arm (three piece assembly)
Warranty: One Year
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Rated 4 out of 5 by QuinceyD Pretty good!
does what it says on the tin. Mounts GoPro to tubes. I use mine on my downtube mostly, but it will also fit on handle bars or seat post, so you dont have to also buy the handlebar mount
10 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Definitely a mount to have in your GoPro kit
The roll bar mount is far more useful than the ride hero (handlebar) mount, in fact I can't think of a situation where you would need a ride mount it you owned the roll bar mount.
However the the roll bar mount isn't without its issues. The top tube on my Giant reign is a weird box shape with curved surfaces which makes it near impossible to use it vertically or horizontally as the mount rotates 45° and then moves around making the footage shaky.
On the handle bars you really have to tighten the screws up super tight, you may even need a screw driver to assist because any movement at all will mean that your shot is shaky or pointing in the wrong direction.
So despite the draw backs when mounting on a round tube it does a good job of holding the camera nice and still and you can get some pretty cool angles using this mount.
Definitely a mount to have in your GoPro kit.
20 June 2013