Fumbling behind the wheel? Not cool. You could get into an accident. So put the phone down — but keep it secure and steady as you bike your way to your destination. No more serious text-and-bike accidents or “oh crap, I dropped my phone” moments!
A cinch to set up and applicable anywhere
Use the holder’s watch-like button strap to clip the holder to a bike handlebar, shopping cart handle, treadmill handle, or baby stroller handle. Our handle is ultra adjustable for a versatile use — you don’t need to have a bike to use this smartphone must-have.
Fit to most smartphones
Our 360° Bicycle Phone Holder measures 2.5 x 4.5 inches and fits any smartphone that is 4 to 6.5 inches in height. Note for most phones, you might have to remove any thick protective casing to fit the device into the holder.
Turn it any direction
With 360-degree rotation, you can angle your phone any way without restriction. Discover ease in following a GPS map or reading a text however you want.
Super durable for trusty hold
Our phone holder is made from high-quality silicone that holds on tight and strong, all without scratching or clipping your handles of your bike or equipment of use. It’s a great alternative to hard plastics used by many other competitor products or similar phone-holding solutions.
this product is easy to recommend with the claw grip being the key. I’m a casual bike path/bike lane rider owning a simple commuter bike so I look at my phone quite often during my rides and this holder is the most efficient I’ve used with no slippage. It appears sturdy enough to recommend to mountain bike riders..., I’ll be purchasing a second one as a HS graduation present to my son for his mountain bike.👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾
Perfect for motorcycle . It is helpful for this small bike that likes to have destinations of fun and enjoys getting lost but needs directions home. Keeps your phone safe and accessible. If your phone has cover it takes a little wiggle to put on but no biggie.
Really love the simplicity of the installation. You just hand turn the knob to tighten the mount on the handle and you're done (plus it makes removal just as easy). My previous mount had rubber pieces you needed to stick in to fit different sized handles plus you needed a screwdriver to tighten it in. There is an additional rotating knob on the back of the actual phone mount which secures the phone into any position. You are trading some ease of movement (since you need to loosen/tighten each time you want to rotate your phone) for stability as it does seem to lock it into place well and you can still set the phone in any position horizontal, vertical, or other. Overall seems very well made and thought out.
Ordered this mount to help me while I'm out cycling with my son. Came fast, installed in seconds and holds my Google Pixel 2XL perfectly!!
I ride a road bike and wanted a quick mount for my Iphone xs in a Lifeproof Case. This filled the bill. The clamp just screwed on the handlebars and it was ready to go. On my first ride I noticed the phone battery ran down quickly with the screen on all the time. I was trying to figure out how to attach a Anker tube shaped phone phone charger. My husband came up with the idea of cutting an old road bike inner tube. With 2 bands one wrapped around the mount (not over the phone) on the top and bottom of the mount, the charger slips easily but firmly under the phone mount. I'll test it out tomorrow.
I put it on my suzuki maruader 800. Is really great at speeds under 50. However going 50 and above there was tons of vibrations in the rubber mount. So good for around town.
Well so far so good. Just a few issues.
1) It fits large phones with otterbox cases - even though it seems too small.
2) It fits handlebars
3) It seems to stay put even over bumps for the most part
1) It seems floppy and loose (but it somehow stays put just fine). I am concerned this will get worse. It really needs some rigidity.
2) It does not fit larger posts (it says it does but it wont wrap around the frame)
3) I am worried the straps that hold the phone will break eventually, they are very thin.
4) The handlebar strap is not 100% solid. It still rotates around the handlebar even when strapped down to the max.
Its OK for the price, but if you want something rigid and solid keep looking. This mount has zero rigidity, its basically 100% silicone except for the rotating mechanism.
I think the mount is great. It allows for a variety of sizes to grasp onto. The phone holder itself at first I didn’t think much of it, but it actually grips the phone (iPhone 7 and 8 plus) very well. Attached to my bike, the phones were snug and easy to function.
The best part, I can also use this in my car! It fits into the grab handle in the middle of the dashboard between the seats. It'll be fantastic for road trips, whether I'm on my bike or in my car. Can't wait!
Lightweight and easy to put on and takeoff. I live in an urban environment and have had screw on phone holders stolen so this helps prevent theft by taking it off easily. Not quite as sturdy as I was hoping for so the holder moves around a little when riding vs. others that I’ve had where the phone stays more fixed and sturdy.
The good parts:
- it's cheap
- it does the job
The bad parts:
- it doesn't do a great job. The phone is wobbly and it's shaking too much on a bumpy road. I think this is due to the rubber design. In order to be better at this it needs to be more firmly fixed and made of only solid parts, no rubber.
This is a decent little phone mount that is pretty cheap. It grips the handlebars tightly and won’t fall towards or away from you while you ride. Being able to rotate the screen is a nice feature also. Face ID doesn’t work because of the silicone bands, but they seem sturdy enough. When you are on a bumpier road, your phone will flop around some, but I haven’t at all been worried that it was going to fall out. Overall, it’s pretty solid.
Purchased this for my wife so what she could mount her phone to her bike and utilize her music and GPS. The mount is simple to install on a bike handle bar and does a good job holding the phone in place. The only minor complaint she had was that her Otter box phone case increased the dimensions of her phone such that the holder was stretched a bit more than she would have liked leaving her concerned that it might fail a bit prematurely. So far it is working well but only time will tell how well it holds up.
I bought one for me and one for my boyfriend. We have different phones and this fits both types. Mine tilts a little while I'm riding, but other than that, it's awesome.
I specifically bought this for my iPhone 7 Plus that I have in a fairly slim case and with a Popsocket on the back. I was happy to see that it does in fact fit my phone and holds it securely. This is so easy to install on a bike and then be able to move it to another if you so choose. Initially, putting my phone in the holder was tough. It does fit tightly. After putting it in and removing a couple of times, it seemed easier but without losing grip. The case seems like it will hold up and doesn't look like it's overstretched. Overall, I'm really pleased with this product.