Updated September 17, 2019 by Sam Kraft

The 10 Best Bike Phone Mounts

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This wiki has been updated 6 times since it was first published in January of 2018. Reaching into your pocket to access your device while you’re out riding isn’t just a pain in the you-know-what, it can be downright dangerous. With one of these bike mounts, you’ll be able to position your mobile phone in an easy-to-see location. Just remember: before changing the song or checking your maps app, make sure you come to a complete stop, well away from any traffic. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best bike phone mount on Amazon.

10. Visnfa Mobile

9. IPow Cell

8. TaoTronics Cradle

7. Mongoora Smart

6. iKross Holder

5. Homeasy Universal

4. Morpheus M4s

3. Wallfire Bag

2. Caw.Car Comfort

1. Quad Lock Pro

Editor's Notes

April 24, 2019:

There was a new version available of the IPow Cradle, so we updated the list to reflect this. We noticed that the Vava Triangle was being offered in a new model as well, but as the design is significantly different, we decided to remove the original item and add the new version — the TaoTronics Cradle — separately. Securing and removing your phone in the TaoTronics Cradle can be a bit tricky, but once it’s all set up, it’s a reliable mount for the price.

The most impressive new addition is the Caw.Car Comfort, which can be arranged in virtually any position on your handlebars for maximum versatility. Several motorcycle enthusiasts have reported satisfaction in its strength and stability. We also added the Homeasy Universal as a dependable heavy-duty option suitable for off-roading.

We eliminated the Gub MaxMiles from this list due to a lack of availability, and we also got rid of the Roam Premium after uncovering serious durability issues. The springs in the clamp tend to break easily, as does the flimsy plastic mount, which has led to numerous devices being damaged or ruined as a result of falling out of the holder.


Sam Kraft
Last updated on September 17, 2019 by Sam Kraft

In addition to his corporate career as a marketing and communications professional in Chicago, Sam runs a popular blog that focuses on the city’s flourishing craft beer and brewery scene. He received his degree in journalism from DePaul University (which spurred his interest in freelance writing) and has since spent years developing expertise in copywriting, digital marketing and public relations. A lifetime of fishing, hiking and camping trips has left him well-versed in just about any outdoors-related topic, and over several years spent working in the trades during his youth, he accumulated a wealth of knowledge about tools and machinery. He’s a travel junkie, a health and fitness enthusiast, and an avid biker.


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