Keep your training on track with Garmin's Replacement Elastic Strap for your Heart Rate Monitor, which allows your wireless heart rate monitor (sold separately) to sit comfortably around your chest.
Mount your Garmin Edge computer with the Quarter Turn Bike Mount. It includes the bike mount, rubber disc, and elastic bands to secure the Quarter Turn to your stem or handlebars.
Secure your Edge to the handlebar of your bike with Garmin's Slide-In Bike Mount. Zip ties are included.
Garmin's Mount Base Kit gives your VIRB a secure hold for solid mounting. The 3 flat and 3 curved base mounts feature interlocking joints that provide grip, so tension isn't the only thing holding your VIRB in place. Plus, the mounts help cut down on vibration so you get even better footage.
Garmin's Small Tube Mount allows you to attach your VIRB to poles and other small tubes for awesome camera angles. It grips securely with interlocking joints and grippy rubber.
Go from wrist to bike in seconds with your Forerunner 920XT. Garmin's Quick Release Kit includes a quick release bracket, a wrist bracket, a bike mount, 2 pins, 2 screws, 6 rubber bike mount o-rings, and installation screwdrivers.
Keep your VIRB camera rolling even while you're driving with Garmin's Auto Dash Suction Mount. This mount attaches to a windshield or any smooth, flat surface. Joints on the mount interlock and grip in place instead of relying solely on tension. This provides a more rugged and durable, anti-vibration locking performance.
Garmin's Bike/Large Tube Mount lets you attach your VIRB (sold separately) to your handlebar, seatpost, or almost any round tube for awesome shot angles. It grips 0.75 - 1.5-inch diameter tubes securely with interlocking joints and grippy rubber.
Keep your VIRB powered wherever you go with Garmin's External Battery Charger. It includes an AC adapter and plugs for the UK, US, Europe, and Australia.
Garmin's so-tiny-you-won't-notice-it Foot Pod attaches to your shoe laces and uses ANT+ technology to wirelessly communicate with your watch. This allows you to get run distance and speed when training indoors on the treadmill or when GPS is unavailable. It also provides cadence (foot steps per minute) so you can get accurate data to help you improve. This isn't your average pedometer, as it uses MEMS inertial-sensor technology to accurately analyze stride-length changes and calculate your speed and distance to within 98% accuracy.
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