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BikeCityGuide wins Eurobike Award for ‘must have’ accessory

last modified Sep 15, 2014 12:03 PM
The Finn Smartphone Mount made by BikeCityGuide, which is based at the ideaSpace City site, has been awarded the internationally acclaimed Eurobike Award 2014 as one of the “must have” bike accessories of the year.
BikeCityGuide wins Eurobike Award for ‘must have’ accessory

Finn Smartphone Mount


The universal smartphone mount is made of high-quality silicone material and fits safely and easily to any handlebar.

The award ceremony took place on August 24 at the Eurobike fair in Friedrichshafen, Germany. In total, 56 products in 10 categories were nominated and were reviewed for their design, quality and functionality.

The judges verdict on the Finn Smartphone Mount was: “This smartphone holder on the handlebars impressed us as being functional, efficient, lightweight and low-cost. As it hardly occupies any space, it’s ideal for rental bikes.”

For more details on the Finn mount see here and for more information on the company see here.

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