K-Edge has been finding better ways to put your cycling computer on your bikes for 10 years now, and the latest is a clever adjustable mount for integrated handlebar-stem combos. Typically, those bars have non-round sections on either side of the usual bar-stem interface, so K-Edge’s usual mounts can’t clamp on. So, typically, those bar-stem brands add threaded inserts to the underside to allow for plank-style out-front mounts to bolt onto it. But, typically, those planks are rigid, so your computer is stuck at the same angle as the stem. Not any more…

K-Edge IHS adjustable out-front cycling computer mount for integrated one-piece handlebar-and-stem combos

The new K-Edge IHS (for “Integrated Handlebar System) mount adds a pivot point with set screw to let you customize the angle.

K-Edge IHS adjustable out-front cycling computer mount for integrated one-piece handlebar-and-stem combos

It uses the same machined alloy construction as their other pro mounts, with the plastic inserts to match whatever GPS cycling computer you own. On the underside are additional threaded holes for attaching accessories like their GoPro/Light mount. Look for it to run $49.99.

The celebrate their 10th anniversary, they made these stainless steel keychain bottle openers and gave them a black oxide finish. You can grab one from their website for $5. We’ve been using one for more than 5 years and they’re awesome.

Note the difference between the black oxide’s matte finish and the anodized black mount’s shiny finish. They say you can’t do the black ano finish on hardened tool steel or stainless steel, but hinted that they might be working on something along these lines for future products that will be very cool. For now, though, their Di2 junction box holder is also made out of stainless steel and comes in the matte black oxide finish.

K-Edge.com

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