I’d heard of RAM Mounts before but wasn’t convinced. But after meeting Doctor Bob, the motorcycle RAM Mount guru, I’m a true believer.
Sure, RAM Mounts are good, but for motorcyclists they really only reach their full potential when used in conjunction with the Custom RAM Mount System from Telferizer.
I reckon Doctor Bob knows more about affixing RAM’s vast range of mounting solutions to motorcycles than anyone. A keen touring biker himself, Telferizer’s RAM mounting solutions evolved from necessity – some years ago Bob simply wanted to mount his new GPS unit to his bike. The kits available simply weren’t up to the task – so Bob made his own. From these humble beginnings, Telferizer now sets the standard in custom mounting solutions for motorcycles.
Telferizer offer custom mounting systems for over 100 motorcycle models, including solutions for most European and Japanese bikes, and Bob will ship The Telferizer to anywhere in the world. Telferizer’s website will help you identify if there is a custom mount available for your motorcycle but even if your bike isn’t there I recommend you drop Doctor Bob an email anyway. It’s likely he will be able to come up with something. His knowledge is vast and if he can’t help you he will certainly point you in the direction of someone that can. Bob is a master at good, old fashioned, customer service.
Telferizer custom mounts are perfect for mounting a GPS unit to your sports bike or sports-tourer, but there are many other applications for the Telferizer/RAM mounts.
RAM’s product range is very extensive and include the following devices: antennae mounts, iPad mounts, camera and camcorder mounts, cup holder mounts, GPS/marine GPS mounts, laptop/tablet mounts, mobile phone mounts, monitor mounts, MP3 mounts, PDA mounts, printer mounts, radio mounts, waterproof mounts and universal mounts. The list is almost endless. So why not check out RAM’s website to see the full range.
I have a few more ideas in mind for using Telferizer’s mounts with my GoPro HD Hero so I’ll drop Bob an email and see what he suggests. Stay tuned for more from Telferizer.
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