Motorcycle Clutch Perch Smartphone Mounts

Motorcycle clutch perch smartphone mounts have been available for many years and is used by those that do not have a traditional handlebar or simply want to mount their device somewhere other than the traditional handlebar.  It’s extremely popular with Honda Goldwing owners as well as Harley-Davidson people.  I would say that after handlebar mounts, the clutch (or brake reservoir) is the second most popular mounting location on a motorcycle. Most clutch mounts attach to the motorcycle by replacing the two factory bolts with ones that come with the mount.  Depending upon the mount manufacturer, there are several sets of bolts, one is … Read more…

Mounts for Honda Goldwing Motorcycles

Honda Goldwings have been manufactured for roughly 40 years.  Over 600,00 have been sold mostly in the United States.  A very popular model, but challenging to mount your GPS, smartphone, or whatever gadget you have to your bike.  Earlier versions had a handlebar.  Today, we discuss mounts for Honda Goldwing motorcycles. A Honda Goldwing has some unique mounting challenges due to a lack of the traditional handlebar.  Therefore most mounting solutions will use a different location. Roughly 20 years Honda’s design change removed the majority of real estate away from the handlebar on the Honda Goldwing.  While it looks better, it … Read more…

Mounts for the Garmin Nuvi 42 44 52 54 2013 Series

Garmin has now introduced well in excess of 100 models of units as part of the Nuvi line.  The 2013 GPS line included a series of lower priced GPS models called the 42, 42LM, 44, 44LM, 52, 52LM, 54, 54LM.  The difference between all these units is size, map updates and coverage.  All of the 40-series models have 4.3 inch diagonal screens.  The 50-series have a 5.0″ diagonal screen.  When you see the letters “LM” at the end – that stands for Lifetime Map updates.  The 44 and 54 include maps for Canada and the US.  The 42 and 52 … Read more…

Mounting Gadgets on a Honda Goldwing

The Honda Goldwing has been manufactured for roughly 40 years.  Over 600,00 have been sold mostly in the United States.  A very popular model, but challenging to mount your GPS, smartphone, or whatever gadget you have to your bike.  Earlier versions had a handlebar.  Handlebar mounts are by far the most popular location to mount gadgets.  I would say roughly 95% of all motorcycle mounts sold are indeed the handlebar variety.  Paired with a custom cradle, a handlebar mount can accommodate practically any device imaginable.  We have even seen motorcycle drink mounts.  While we aren’t fans of the practice, riders can … Read more…