This is the RickRak Universal Bar Mount Clamp for GoPro. The RickRak Harley GoPro mount is easily placed on any round bar with the exclusive Rickrak clamp. It can also be used for Sony action cameras or any standard tripod-mounted device. The clamp has a protective rubber material to assure no scratches are left behind. The RickRak Harley GoPro mount comes on and off very quickly and can easily be moved around for different camera angles.
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This RickRak Harley GoPro mount is one of my favorites. Time is important when I'm shooting videos for our YouTube Channel. This mount makes it super quick for me to take it on and off and move it around my bike to get the critical shots I need. When not using it, I can take it off in seconds and toss it into my saddlebag.
Understand, there are a ton of variables when using GoPro mounts and how well the footage comes out is dependent on many things. Different motorcycle models, years, motors, mount location, vibration, camera models, camera settings, and angles are just a few of the variables to consider. Testing ahead of time is what you should do if you if the footage you are planning on getting is important.
I will say that whether you're producing professional videos like me or you're just a hobbyist capturing motorcycle trip footage to later share with family and friends, I guarantee there is a GoPro action camera mount for you and your Harley. Check our online store to find what you need!
Note: I will strongly suggest that you don't get the cheaply made GoPro brand tube/bar mounts. They are cheaply built, break often, and are severely overpriced. Trust me, I tried to use them many years ago and ended up throwing away a large box or cheap GoPro parts. They are frustrating and vibrate badly when mounted to a motorcycle. GoPro makes okay cameras, but many of their mounts are lacking.
I strongly suggest you check out Law Abiding Biker Podcast Episode #177 where we discuss in detail each of the mounts I am discussing in this article.