TerraCycle L2D Mounts



The clever fellows over at TerraCycle sent me these photos of a pair of mounts they put together for the Fenix L2D using parts from their existing accessory mounts. The arms are from their Euro light mount (see last two photos), and the clamps are Cateyes. The fork leg version looks like a nice alternative to the A.N.T. and Paul/Gino mounts for those who don’t have lowrider braze-ons. The handlebar version is reportedly much stronger than the popular TwoFish block. If you’re interested in one of these set-ups—or some other custom configuration—drop them a note or give them a call and I’m sure they’d be happy to work with you on it.

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5 Responses to “TerraCycle L2D Mounts”

  • BenTed says:

    FYI, Fenix sells their own inexpensive bike mount for their L2D light. Here is an example:
    http://www.brightguy.com/products/Fenix_Bike_Mount.php
    I use it on my 30 mile RT commute between Davis and Sacramento. It can mount on the handlebars, or on the forks like Terracycle and the custom ANT ones Alan showed on this blog. I find that the Fenix one works quite well–I particularly like the fact that it can rotate 360 degrees, allowing you to mount it numerous places along the fork.

  • Alan says:

    @BenTed

    Thanks for the info!

    Alan

  • John says:

    BenTed, Thanks for the post. I ordered two of the Fenix mounts a couple of weeks ago and I’m waiting for arrival (back ordered). I intend to use them as fork mounts and I’ll post what I think when they get here. That said, I have a Terracycle light mount on my Tour Easy and it is a work of art. Pat makes a very high quality product and you can be sure that the Terracycle mount will provide rock solid support for the light.

  • Dolan Halbrook says:

    The “Euro” light mount looks really slick, and getting the light up higher would mean less light simply reflected off of my front fender, but I also have to wonder if it would also mean less light overall. My IQ fly is pretty bright, but I wouldn’t want to give up any more than I have to… perhaps time to fabricate my own mount that pushes it forward even more?

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