Street Glide Smart Phone And GPS Mount For All Touring Models With Batwing Fairing

Street Glide Mount1Street-Glide-Mount2The Street Glide iPhone / GPS Mount, designed and manufactured by Iron Aces Speed Shop, Inc., provides smartphone and GPS users with a simple, elegant and functional mounting solution that does not distract from the bikes overall beauty.

Specifically designed for Harley-Davidson touring models equipped with a batwing fairing, the Street Glide iPhone / GPS Mount utilizes unused inner fairing space, keeping the riders iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Garmin Zumo, Dynojet Power Vision or other GPS / smart phone the field of vision for added safety while maintaining a sleek, unobtrusive finish.

Constructed of 6061-T6 billet aluminum, the Street Glide iPhone / GPS Mount features two bolt channels for proper centering of the device, whether using a smart phone or GPS. MSRP from $125 to $215. Order at Iron Aces Speed Shop. MSRP – $125-$215

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6 Responses to “Street Glide Smart Phone And GPS Mount For All Touring Models With Batwing Fairing”


  1. 1 Zipper May 16th, 2013 at 6:06 am

    How to operate your GPS, SMART PHONE, STEREO, INTERCOM, and talk to your spouse while riding. Will this be the next level in motorcycle safety courses? ..Z

  2. 2 Paul May 16th, 2013 at 7:29 am

    No.

  3. 3 Zoomer May 16th, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    Ditto what Paul said.

  4. 4 .357 Magnum May 16th, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    Smartphones with capacitive touchscreens don’t work with gloves on, and they can’t be used in the rain. No, we still need to pony up the $600 for waterproof GPSs with built-in MP3 player and bluetooth, but I’ve recently discovered that’s worth it. Hardwired power and audio means your batteries won’t go dead on a long trip. The fairing mount for the Garmin/Road Tech Zumo is far better-looking than this, and puts accurate MPH measurement (and nav information) in perfect view, just below the windscreen and off center. And audiobooks in MP3 just make those ironbutt miles fall away in no time.

    AND I don’t need to switch to those poser fingerless gloves to operate the touchscreen!

  5. 5 Andy S. May 17th, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    @ .357 Magnum I think you might be confused as to what the Street Glide Mount is. It is simply a mount just like the one Harley offers for mounting whatever type of device you use on whether it’s an iPhone, smartphone or GPS. It just positions the device in the center of the fairing instead of off to the side. From what I understand, you can mount your Road Tech Zumo directly to it and still run the power / audio just as you would with the Harley mount.

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