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Tackform Motorcycle Phone Mounts

On this page you'll find a curated selection of motorcycle phone mounts for all major Motorcycle brands including but not limited to Harley Davidson, BMW, Honda (including Goldwing), Kawasaki, Ducati, Yamaha, Aprilia, KTM and More. All you need to know is where you want to mount the phone, and the diameter of your bars. You can find resources on how to measure your bar sizes in the resource section on the bottom of this page.

There's No Chrome Like Show Chrome

"The only chrome mount I'll put on my bike"

Real Chrome Finish, Optional Anti-Theft Knob, Optional iPhone Camera Protection, Custom Fit for Every Bar Size.

Brake / Clutch Phone mount

"Absolutely Perfect"

If you're tight on real estate on your bars, they are non-round, or you simply like the positioning consider mounting to you brake or clutch lever assembly.

Mount Location Reference Guide

Bar Mounts

Bar mounts connect directly to the handle bars. These are available in bar specific bolt on options as well as quick release bar clamps that can be easily moved from one location to another.

Brake / Clutch Mounts

Our Brake / Clutch Mount comes with both US Standard and Metric Screws to cover all Harley Davidson Bikes, Gold Wing and most other bikes on the market.

Cross Bar Mount

Common Cross Bars are .5" in diameter and our 3/8" - 5/8" in diameter.

Mirror Mount - Threaded Ball

Threaded Ball Mirror Mounts are used when you have an unused mirror mounting hole available, commonly on the brake or clutch lever assembly.

Mirror Mount - Pinch Bolt

Pinch Bolt Mirror Mounts are used in tandem with the mirror.

Riser Bolt Mount

You'll find that a large majority of handle bar clamps and riser use an M8 screw. For these applications you can have a nice center mounted solution.

Stem Mounts

Stem Mounts are the most common solutions for street bikes with clip-ons that do not have conventional bars.

Bike Custom Solutions

This page covers the majority of phone mounts for motorcycles, however we do have a few more custom options for Can - AM, and BMW Motorcycles with Non-Standard. We recommend finding those options through our navigation menu.

Motorcycle Phone Mount Resource Section.

Please help us by measuring your bars prior to selecting one our bar clamps. It will help save us from unnecessary exchanges.

Tackform offers both universal as well as clamps for specific bar sizes. If you're going with a bar specific clamp, it's important that know the exact diameter.

Before making your selection, please watch the video below for more guidance.

To avoid purchasing the incorrect bar clamp size, measure twice, buy once!;

To help you measure correctly, we've created an easy-to-follow guide and an informative video. Don't hesitate to contact us if you need assistance!

Here's a Diameter to Circumference Chart to simplify your measurement:

  • Bar Size - 7/8" | Circumference 2-3/4"
  • Bar Size - 1" | Circumference 3-1/8"
  • Bar Size - 1.25" | Circumference 4"
  • Bar Size - 1.5" | Circumference 4-3/4"
  • Bar Size - 1.75" | Circumference 5-1/2"
  • Bar Size - 2" | Circumference 6-1/4"

Simply cut a paper strip matching the circumference above, and wrap it around your bar. The paper will wrap around your bar and should come within 1/8 of an inch from touching or overlapping. Please measure on a straight part of the bar and not near a bend for a more accurate measurement. 

Mounting a phone or device on your handlebars is a pretty easy task but there are some a few things to think about. 

1. How will your device be positioned on your motorcycle.

Rule of thumb is position your where the reflection of the phone is hitting your head or chest. This means there's no where in the sky the the sun or a bright light source can be and reflect directly in your face.  If you do this you're body will as as a shade from a the light source. All of our products with both a single or a double ball connection will 

2. What type of clamp do you need to mount one your motorcycle.

If you want to go right to the bars the main thing to consider is if you're looking to have your mount up there for an extended period time, which is most common, or of you're looking for a device you can quickly and swap from one bike to the next. 

Of course the ability to swap it from one bike to the next sounds awesome, there is a compromise. Adjustable clamps with a quick release knob come with a much larger footprint. And if you're anything like me, super particular, you'll want a mounting bracket designed specifically for the diameter of your bars. 

3. Are your bars tapered?

For tapered bars it's good to identify a spot straight spot to mount to. This is typically in the center near the riser, or closer to the grips, in hopes the brake and clutch cable don't interfere. If have have no real estate on the bar to mount to we have a couple options.

A. Mirror Mount. We have a first option that can clamp to the mirror post, common on scooters. We have a second option is the threaded ball mount that can mount into the mirror post hole, that will only work if you have this location available and mirror is not mounted there. Or the third and arguably best option the pinch bolt mirror mount. For this you'll remove the mirror, and reinstall it after sliding it through the pinch bolt ball. (See the Pinch Bolt Mirror Mount options for more details. 

B. Cross Bar - on occasion tapered bars may have a cross bar that you can mount to using our 3/8"-5/8" bar clamp. 

C. Brake / Clutch - May brake and clutch assemblies have two mounting holes in the front clamp facing the rider. If these are accessible you can mount a brake / clutch mount to this location.   

4. Do you have Non-Round or cast bars like on a Goldwing, BMW or CanAm? 

For Goldwing ( All years ) You'll simply go with our Brake / Clutch Mount. However for Can-Am and BMW you may want to go with a bike specific option. 

Selecting a holder.

For Phones - Tackform has two different type of phone holder styles. The Enduro Cradle is a compact high spring tension design available in both Standard or Vibration Dampening.  Vibration dampening is only designed to prevent damage on sensitive component on iPhones. This can however in some environments adversely affect the viewing of the phone. Although the stabilizing does protect the camera it can create more visible movement on the screen then a rigid mount. For this reason, if you have an Android or non-iPhone most people typically prefer the standard cradle rather than the vibration dampening. 

If you're looking for a phone mount with wireless charging it's recommended you go with our Adventure cradle. This is designed for the roughest of terrain and abuse. 

Tuners or Garmin Zumo - For these devices you will want to go with our AMPS holder. You may notice on the back of your Zumo charging station 4 holes in a rectangle pattern. Those holes are the industry standard AMPS pattern. 

Can't Find what your Looking For

Let's Build It!

Tackform has over 50 different Motorcycle Mounting Bases, Arm Components and Holder Types. Of course, what you see above are the common configurations but if you're looking to mount a tuner, GPS, action cam or anything else jump over to our builder and put together what it is you're looking for.