Mounts for the Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited Motorcycle

The Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited is almost as large as an SUV.  It also costs as much as an SUV.  This is a seriously large motorcycle.  You would think there’s plenty of good places to mount a phone or GPS but surprisingly not. We have the usual photo with this article that shows the Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited cockpit.  It’s a busy cockpit.  We’re going to concentrate on a few locations for consideration when mounting a smartphone or GPS. The Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited handlebar is a standard diameter.  That’s good.  It means most motorcycle handlebar mounts should fit fine.  Except for one thing.  It slopes … Read more

Mounting a Flag to a Motorcycle

A recent visit to the annual Gooch’s Garlic Run in New Jersey, I took notice of several motorcycles with a flag mounted.  Methods used to mount a flag to a motorcycle varied from homemade to an official mount.  Some of the homemade varieties didn’t look too bad but a few looked a bit shaky.  This article will take a look at a few ways to mount a flag to a motorcycle. The photo attached to this article is a US flag mounted onto the back of a Harley-Davidson.  That’s normally the model you find American flags attached to.  It’s also … Read more

Mounts for a Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic Motorcycle

I recently took a look at a  Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic motorcycle while visiting my local Harley showroom here in New Jersey.  I should have taken a photo of the two-up seat because that’s as close to a living room as I have seen on a motorcycle. The photo that accompanies this article is of a Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic cockpit.  There are two excellent locations for mounting a device in the handlebar and clutch.  That’s typical for many Harley models.  While I suppose we could also go with a gas tank mount, I think it would look awkward so … Read more

Mounts for a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Motorcycle

I was recently walking around a Harley showroom and stumbled upon a brand new Harley-Davidson Fat Boy.  So, here’s our article about phone, GPS and camera mounts and holders for a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle. The photo that accompanies this article is of a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy cockpit.  You can see there are a lot of different places to mount a cell phone, GPS, camera or satellite radio.  The handlebar is an obvious choice.  So is the clutch and brake reservoir.  There are a few other secondary locations to try but I think these two are the easiest to install and will … Read more

Mounts for a Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Motorcycle

The Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail is one of the nicest ones I have seen.  I’m sure that I’ll get a lot disagreement on that, but to me, it’s the perfect balance of chrome and black.  It’s also one of the easiest to mount a cell phone, GPS or camera to.  So, here’s our article about mounts and holders for a Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail motorcycle. The photo that accompanies this article is of a Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail cockpit.  You can see there is a lot of different places to mount a cell phone, GPS, camera or satellite radio.  The handlebar is an obvious … Read more

Mounts for a Harley-Davidson Street Bob Motorcycle

The Harley-Davidson Street Bob is a motorcycle that caught my eye as I was trawling through a Harley showroom a few weeks back.  Using a Dyna chassis, not overly expensive and fairly minimal in design and accessories, this is a fairly easy motorcycle to mount mobile electronics to. The photo that accompanies this article is of a Harley-Davidson Street Bob cockpit.  The first thing that hits me is all that handlebar space.  That’s the best place to mount a phone, GPS, camera or drink holder.  The clutch is fairly high up because of the handlebar shape so I’m recommending the handlebar … Read more