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Details

  • Mirror requires no tools for mounting and fits into the ends of both flat and drop-style handlebars
  • Fully adjustable, so it can be set to match your favorite riding position
  • Front-facing reflector improves visibility to oncoming traffic

Imported.

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Specs

Best Use Cycling
Mirror Mounting Handlebar
Dimensions Unavailable
Weight Unavailable
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Mirroe Lousy Mounting Bought for wife's commuter bike. Great design. Mirror is great, super coverage, everything one wants in a mirror. However, the devil is in the details, had to cut down to fit in bar ends, kept loosening and required constant retightening of screws. The bike fell over and broke mounting arm. This is a constant problem with bike mirrors, true. Why not a break away mount that can be reset? Love Blackburn design and this one almost makes it. This may be out of production, but will buy her another, now on sale. Nice mirror, just never let the bike fall over.
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stable with wide field of view Bought this after a few days of riding in city traffic with no mirror. Having not used any type of bike mirror in the past, I wasn't expecting much. This mirror is well worth the price. It's an actual glass mirror (unlike some bike mirrors) with good image quality, and there is no vibration at all.
Date published: 2016-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice mirror Bought this mirror cause I'm tired of looking of looking my shoulder so much. Once I figured out the installation the mirror went on in a snap. It is a little larger than I thought but I can see behind me just fine.
Date published: 2016-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Can be a very good mirror. I bought this a week ago to replace one that was broken in transport back to the starting line after an MS150 ride. I had the first one for years after breaking numerous Mirrycle mirrors. I use it on my V-rex recumbent and it was always getting hit and bent while moving in and out of my Tacoma truck bed and it never broke even when the bike fell over on it. So I purchased another one and it again fit securely in the handlebar, but either the mirror was a tiny bit too small or there wasn't enough glue to hold it on, as it rattled constantly during a 100 mile ride and then it just fell out on the way back to the car. Luckily I had kept the old mirror head and just unscrewed the mirror portion of the new one and put the old one on for the ride the second day. I would definitely purchase another one, but I would check the tightness of the mirror in the plastic housing.
Date published: 2016-08-01
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