Fly6 rear bike camera mount for Topeak Explorer rack

Allows mounting of the Fly6 camera on a Topeak Explorer Tubular rack


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Print out, remove the support from the slide, test fit with the Fly6. It should be a little difficult to slide home so that it doesn't fly off but not really tight.

I ALWAYS recommend secondary tethering of gadgets. You can do it on the Fly6 by pulling out one of the rubber stops on the back of the unit, removing a screw from the hole, then putting a piece of sturdy line around the screw and replacing it and the stopper.

I use Spectra heavy fishing line (80 pound test).

Tie off somewhere. Don't give it too much slack or it could swing into the spokes and cause a crash. You can check my other designs for a suitable clip if you want to use that.

Materials and methods

- printed bits
- 2x 6-32 x 1" screws
- 2x 6-32 nylock nuts
- 4x 6-32 washers



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Mini photoJohn Ridley commented ago

There is some footage from the Fly6 on the review I posted. The mount really doesn't affect the footage shot from the camera. Here's the video, linked to where the footage starts.

381f6cb90d910f1dc9f874d81ea2b8d1?default=blank&size=40mifga commented ago

wanna share some video or photos of your rig in action? I have a different rack and a different camera, but i'm now convinced this type of solution will be really really great!

Mini photoJohn Ridley published this design ago