Ciro Smartphone Holder

Securely mount your Smartphone or GPS with a Ciro Holder. It is designed to be quick and simple, just flip the lever to lock your smartphone into the secure rubber molded fingers.

Never worry about draining your phone battery with the premium version. The Ciro Premium Smartphone Holder has a built in 1.3 amp USB plug-in so you’ll be able to charge as you ride. This is a great feature if you use navigation or listen to music from your phone. More info at CIRO 3D.

6 Responses to “Ciro Smartphone Holder”

  1. 1 calif Phil Dec 14th, 2017 at 8:42 am

    These work very good. I have sold quite a few of them

  2. 2 Chris Dec 14th, 2017 at 8:58 am

    Bad enough we have car drivers txting while driving but now bikers can be just as foolish and self centred….Fan fkn tastic!

  3. 3 BOSS HAWG Dec 14th, 2017 at 1:02 pm

    And you bitch about Cagers ?

    Depends on which bike I am riding…
    mine stays in the stays in my back pocket or saddlebags until I park it .

    I for one enjoy the ride and have over 400k miles riding HDs without accident!


  4. 4 glenn Dec 14th, 2017 at 8:25 pm

    If you can,t leave your phone in your bag and go for a ride, then stay the fuck home!

  5. 5 Boots Dec 14th, 2017 at 11:04 pm

    I have to agree with the majority of the commentators. Its getting to the point where you cant even make out the handlebars on some bikes because they are covered with cup holders, phones, speakers and GPS’s!! All I need is my Hog and a long filler cigar and a destination! (destination is not always a requirement)

  6. 6 Chris Dec 15th, 2017 at 9:31 am

    I’m a relative late-comer to the technological advancements of hand held devices and apps. I resisted for a long time and gave my wife a hard time for relying on her phone’s GPS. That said, I do a lot of long-haul riding across the country and through cities that I am unfamiliar with. Being able to have Google Maps guide me through sure works a lot better than stopping and rechecking my maps (hopefully they are all up to date) to verify my next turn or having to stare at my tank while buzzing down the freeway trying to read the directions I laid down.

    Like most here, I ride to get away from the distractions of life, however, my smart phone equipped navigation system is pretty darned handy.

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