Motorcycle Radar Mounts

Vibration is bad. It tends to rattle things out of place and wear things down. Vibration is especially bad when it breaks things that are not designed to withstand it, such as your GPS, cell phone, MP3 player, camera, radar detector or that other expensive gizmo that you have mounted on your bike.

Your next Motorcycle Radar Mount. This is why we created the AdaptivMount™. The AdaptivMount™ is specifically designed to minimize the vibration transferred from your bike to your gadget with the patent-pending AdaptiSorb™ Anti-Vibration Technology.

Form and Function

Choosing custom mounts and cradles has always been a tradeoff between adjustability, ease of installation, aesthetics, size, and vibrations. Custom made motorcycle mounts and cradles are specific to your motorcycle radar needs. With the AdaptivMount™, you get it all.

The double ball-joint design provides a high degree of freedom for optimal positioning, easy adjustment, and simple installation. High strength steel and aircraft grade aluminum components ensure a sturdy connection, while the AdaptiSorb™ Anti-Vibration technology protects your gadgets in a sleek, compact design.

Key Features

  • AdaptiSorb™ Anti-Vibration Technologyprotects your gadgets/li>
  • High strength steel and aircraft grade aluminum construction
  • Highly adjustable with the turn of just one screw
  • Simple installation
  • Sleek, compact design
  • Bike specific models
  • Sleek, compact design



How Does The AdaptivMount™ Work?

Traditional motorcycle radar mounts have a single top plate that transfers vibrations directly from the motorcycle, through the mount, right to your gadget. The AdaptivMount™, however, is designed with two plates separated by AdaptiSorb™ vibration dampers. Your motorcycle radar detector mounts to the top plate only. With this design, the vibrations are absorbed through the dampers BEFORE they reach your TPX Motorcycle Radar Detector. Therefore, our custom motorcycle mounts and cradles are ideal for all road and weather conditions.



Which Motorcycle Mount do I Need For My Bike?

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