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

Phone and GPS Mounts for Suzuki SV650 Motorcycles

The Suzuki SV650 has been manufactured since 1999. It’s a sporty bike that is fairly priced, and thus fairly popular. Being around for 18 years and going through several design influences, good mounting locations vary by year and customization.  One common challenge on practically all Suzuki SV650 models is the lack of a lot of handlebar space for mounting anything because there’s very little handlebar.  However, most have a very small amount of handlebar that exists directly next to the clutch assembly. So for those that have that small amount of real estate, consider a handlebar mount.  However, due to the … Read more

Mounts for the Garmin inReach Explorer+ and inReach SE+ GPS

Garmin recently closed their purchase of Delorme and integrated their popular inReach line of handheld GPS devices.  The first of the new lineup includes the Garmin inReach Explorer+ and Garmin InReach SE+.  Reminds me a bit of the old Garmin eTrex line but with much improved software.  These handheld devices are great for hikers or geocaching and can even be used in the car or on a motorcycle. Garmin integrated the Delorme Earthmate maps into these handheld devices.  However, I think the most important differentiation in these devices is the availability of Iridium Satellite coverage which enables 2-way text messaging from … Read more

Garmin DriveLuxe 51 LMT-S Car and Motorcycle Mounts

Continuing with the successful launch of their revamped automotive line, the Garmin DriveLuxe 51 LMT-S continues to be an integral part of Garmin’s 2017 vehicle GPS lineup.  The Garmin DriveLuxe 51 LMT-S has all the top of the line features you want in a car GPS and then some.  The GPS has features not found in other Garmin lines.  It’s a step above the Garmin Drive line. Anyway, Garmin DriveLuxe 51 LMT-S has integration you can’t current;y find in a single smartphone app and that includes my favorite which is Waze.  The Garmin DriveLuxe 51 LMT-S has Live Services.  This includes Live Traffic and Live … Read more

Mounts for the Garmin RV 770 LMT-S GPS

Looks like Garmin is sticking with their specialty GPS line for RVs.  The Garmin RV 770 LMT-S is the second iteration of their RV line. The Garmin RV 770 LMT-S is made for RV owners with features that are important to an RV owner.  This model includes free lifetime maps and a traffic subscription.  A big 7″ screen on this GPS is the largest made by Garmin for the automotive market.  Customized RV routing for the United States and Canada is included along with a directory of America’s RV Parks & Services.  The Garmin RV 770 LMT-S has Voice Commands, Bluetooth … Read more

Alternative Mounts for the GoPro HERO Session and HERO5 Session

The GoPro HERO Session and GoPro HERO5 Session are the latest in a series of smaller action cameras introduced by GoPro.  The major difference between these two cameras is video quality.  The lower priced GoPro HERO Session delivers 1440p video where the GoPro HERO5 Session shoots 4K video. The GoPro HERO Session and GoPro HERO5 Session are the same size and get mounted the same way.  When we refer to the GoPro HERO Session, all of our mounting comments equally apply to the GoPro HERO5 Session. The GoPro HERO Session comes with a few mounting accessories packaged in the box with … Read more