The secret to the CycleMount™ Mirror Mount's adjustability is the 360 degree rotation. No standard GoPro® mount allows for rotation, meaning if mount isn’t exactly straight or exactly perpendicular to the direction of travel, the camera cannot be aimed correctly. The CycleMount™ Mirror Mount solves this by having a central pivot pin that allows for full 360 degree rotation meaning no matter what angle your front fairing sits at you can point your camera perfectly straight and lock it down for rock solid video.Having a camera mount bolt directly to the structure of the motorcycle improves video quality dramatically by eliminating the flex and vibration associated with stick on mounts on flexible bodywork. The upper fairing stay is the ideal location for a camera mount because it is solidly attached to the frame of the motorcycle, provides a clear view forward off the front of the bike or rearward towards the hand controls allowing for stunning video.
Check the drop down list to select your model, however if your exact model is not listed contact us with your year, make, and model along with the spacing between the bolt centers for the mirrors and we will let you know if that model would be supported.
Posted by Las on 11th Aug 2014
I recently bought a GoPro 3+ Silver and wanted the option of recording the front view without the instrument gauge. Found out about this item while lurking on STT Forum. This is a must have for all GoPro users (that ride bikes).
Pros: Can be rotated 360 degrees. You can get footage of the brake side or clutch side no fuss. Sturdy. Very simple to assemble and use.
Cons: None. Would say price but if you can afford a GoPro you can afford this mount. Like I stated, none.
Posted by Kris on 3rd Jul 2014
I picked up the universal 2" mount for my ZX14,its a great product and the placement for video is great.Easy to install. Very pleased with the purchase,thanks.
Posted by Dan on 16th May 2014
Received and installed my mirror bracket camera mount and blockoff plate yesterday. It was a tight fit on my R6. My only suggestions would be instead of universal hole sizes, make them more specific, and include black bolts instead of chrome, or include screw caps
Posted by Unknown on 19th Mar 2014
I've mounted my GoPro a couple of different ways, but was never really happy with the locations. GoPro's suction cup works, but doesn't provide confidence at high speeds. I'm not interested in drilling my bodywork either, so when I saw this device that attaches to the stock mirror mount I was 'sold'. Removing a mirror was not an isssue since I track ride most of the time. As well, I believe only one mirror is required in most states, so this should be a great solution for street bikes too. Clean and secure. Works perfectly.
All prices are in USD