This may be the best Harley GoPro and action camera fairing mount that I've used. It's called the RickRak Deluxe 360 GoPro Action Camera Fairing Mount for Harley-Davidson Street Glides, Ultras, Road Glides & More.
There are two separate models to choose from for this mount. One model is for Harley's with the shark nose fairing such as the Road Glide. The other model is for Harley's with the batwing fairing such as the Street Glide and Ultras. This RickRak GoPro mount simply replaces one of your windshield bolts and is easy and fast to install.
When not using your GoPro or other action camera, you can simply remove the bottom arm thumb screw and you'll just be left the base plate. Simply screw the arm system back on with your camera attached and you're ready to start riding and shooting video in seconds.
If you want lots of adjustment for your GoPro or other action cameras mounted to the fairing, then this may be the best Harley GoPro & actions camera mount out there. With the RickRak Deluxe 360 ball head system you'll get all the adjustment you need for your GoPro or other actions cameras.
I've tested and used a ton of Harley GoPro & action camera mounts when filming routine videos for your YouTube Channel and when shooting my larger motorcycle documentary films. I use a ton of different camera gear of course, but the RickRak 360 Deluxe GoPro and action camera mount is certainly in my arsenal. It is very sleek, strong, durable, and best of all, functional. It also comes with a wrench for really tightening down the thumb screws, so your action camera stays in place.
I also use the very versatile RickRak Universal bar clamp GoPro and action camera mount. Within seconds I can clamp this mount to my handlebars, engine guard bars, saddle bag bars, or luggage rack bars. When done, I can unclamp it and throw it in a saddlebag. This is also a must-have Harley GoPro & action camera mount for your kit.
Understand, that with any Harley GoPro & action camera mount, your video results may vary dependant on your motorcycle year, make, model, roadway and environmental conditions, camera model, and internal camera settings & capabilities just to name a few. The key is to get out there and start riding and shooting video and see what works for you!