Zipp has unveiled its latest integrated mount called the QuickView, which is designed to work across the brand’s range of stems and handlebar set-ups to provide what the company calls an “efficient fix for an emerging challenge on modern bikes: system integration.”
The QuickView mount doubles up as a stem faceplate, offering support for cycling computers, as well as accessories such as lights and action cameras, with the goal of putting an end to cluttered handlebars.
“Our new mount doubles as the stem faceplate for a clean look that securely holds your cycle computer and a light or camera,” says Zipp. “No more multiple mounts bolted on here and there. The mount sits in front of your Zipp stem, positioning it for easy viewing and access.”
The QuickView is available in two versions. The first is designed to be compatible with Zipp’s Service Course, Service Course SL and SL Speed stems, while the other is dedicated to working with the brand’s SL Sprint stem.
Both versions are compatible with Garmin and Wahoo computers, as well as GoPro cameras, plus a host of lights from companies like Niterider, Light & Motion, Bontrager, Gloworm, Lezyne, Infini and Sigma Sport.
The QuickView is made from 6061 aluminum and features a hinge-style design, which can be adjusted to optimize the display angle. It can also be mounted either on the lower two bolts of the stem, or flipped to sit in a higher position.
Keen observers will also note that Zipp’s new logo has also carried over to the QuickView mount.
Like all of Zipp’s components, the $70.00 QuickView comes with a lifetime warranty.
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