In my humble opinion... riders should not add to the uncertainty of the road and other drivers by mounting their phones where they can see and or use them (for any reason).

I don't need GPS. I have maps and maps work when there is no cell service.
I have a iPod nano that I use for music. I plug it in, put it away and let it shuffle through my music, and I have the radio/cd deck.

.... and on a side note: I totally disagree with Harley's new stereos being able to "Text to Speech," "Hands-free Mobile Phone-via Bluetooth" and "Voice Recognition Languages: Phone." I feel those are an accident, or worse, waiting to happen. Someone will get a call or a text a the wrong moment... Look down and that will be that.

Besides, isn't the whole idea of riding to break away and enjoy the ride, the scenery, the smells. I would hate for a phone to ring or let me know I have a text and interrupt my "groove." I can check during a stop or when I am home.

Monday, October 6, 2014
If you have a shiny case on your phone, this will not hold your phone secure. My husband bought this and almost lost his phone the first ride he used it. It might work OK with an Otter Box case since it has a rubbery finish, but keep a close eye on it.

Racine, WI
Tuesday, July 22, 2014