Updated February 14, 2021 by Luke Mitchell

The 10 Best Motorcycle Phone Mounts

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This wiki has been updated 20 times since it was first published in December of 2017. Being able to access your smartphone while in the saddle can help make your next road trip go a whole lot smoother, both by giving you a convenient navigation option and letting you take hands-free calls. The problem is figuring out a way to keep your device handy. These motorcycle phone mounts are designed to do just that, and also ensure it stays safe and secure over all kinds of terrain. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Tackform Enduro Series PM11

2. Meetou QC 3.0 USB

3. Tackform Universal

Editor's Notes

February 09, 2021:

Our latest update introduces the Tackform Universal in place of its predecessor, the Tackform Solutions RidePro. This recent incarnation is certainly one of the more aesthetically-pleasing models on the market and is very easy to set up one-handed, keeping your bike steady with the other hand as you install your device. It is also available in black or chrome, to suit a variety of vehicles.

There are often occasions when you will be riding over rough terrain, but if you make a habit of it, then the GUB Plus 6 is a worthy choice. It features a locking clamp with a knurled thumb screw to tighten, and has a reassuringly rugged aluminum frame with rubber gaskets for protection. If dirt bikes, ATVs, or mountain bikes are your thing, this mount is well worth considering.

August 05, 2019:

Just like when driving a car, having your phone mounted in a convenient place on your motorcycle makes for safer riding. It also makes checking Google maps, changing songs, and answering calls significantly more convenient. These days, motorcycle phone mounts come in a variety of forms and we want to make sure our list reflected that variety.

Without a doubt, the most secure option is the Tackform Enduro Series PM11. Unlike other models, which generally clamp over the round portion of the handlebars, this unit screws directly into the bolt holes on your brake or clutch reservoir, so there is no chance it slipping if properly installed. We also like that is has a small arm with two ball joints to provide a high degree of adjustability.

Of course, not everybody wants to deal with screwing something directly onto their motorcycle. If you fall into this category, you'll probably appreciate one of the many models on our list that offer tool-free installation, such as the Tackform Solutions RidePro, Caw.Car Accessories Panda Hug, Roam Co-Pilot, Visnfa PB04, and IPow Universal Cradle. These simply slip over your handlebars and have large thumbscrews that allow for finger tightening.

If you are handy with electrical wiring and don't mind a slightly longer installation process, the Meetou QC 3.0 USB rewards you with a quick-charging USB port, so you can always keep your device topped up on long rides.

Whatever model you decide to go with, it is important that you never let your phone distract you from the road and always wear a DOT-approved helmet and other protective riding gear.

4. Rokform Pro

5. GUB Plus 6

6. Caw.Car Accessories Panda Hug

7. Roam Co-Pilot

8. Visnfa PB04

9. ILM A10

10. IPow Universal Cradle


Luke Mitchell
Last updated on February 14, 2021 by Luke Mitchell

Having grown weary of working in office environments, music graduate Luke decided to trade the dismal skies of southern England for the far more agreeable climate of south Asia. Prior to writing for Ezvid Wiki, he established a small agency providing websites for clients all over the world. This enabled him to travel extensively, living for prolonged periods in a number of interesting countries and experiencing several different cultures along the way. When not playing or writing music, Luke likes to ride his motorcycle in far-flung regions where the air is thin and the roads are dusty. His areas of expertise are largely gleaned from his nomadic lifestyle and include travel, computers, automotive goods and accessories, musical instruments and gear, and boats.


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