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I'm sure this has been asked many times, and I searched the forum but can't seem to find a good solution for mounting an iPhone on the F4. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

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The gps and phone go in tank bag with charging port connected through battery charger connector.
I also have the gps Bluetooth connected. These are for extended trips.
Really try to minimize distractions while riding any of my bikes.


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Really try to minimize distractions while riding any of my bikes.
NO distractions......I'm trying to stay alive

phone is in my pocket, I might look at it when I get where i'm going:popcorn:

the girls will just have to wait....

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NO distractions......I'm trying to stay alive

phone is in my pocket, I might look at it when I get where i'm going:popcorn:

the girls will just have to wait....

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I don't answer when I drive or ride. If I am touring on bike I check the phone at stops every hour or so. When I drive I seldom am driing for more than half an hour at a time.

It's not like I'm that bloody important...:smoking:
 

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Keep the phone in my pocket and use the Bluetooth feature of my Scala.

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I have not looked at the Scala rider. That is a great solution. I am not interested in distractions either, but it is helpful to have GPS once in a while as I tend to explore. I never listen to music or have any interest in talking on the phone when riding. I also want to be able to charge the phone while riding so I don't end up with a dead phone.
 

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I have not looked at the Scala rider. That is a great solution. I am not interested in distractions either, but it is helpful to have GPS once in a while as I tend to explore. I never listen to music or have any interest in talking on the phone when riding. I also want to be able to charge the phone while riding so I don't end up with a dead phone.
I use WeatherBug, it finds my garage, gives freeway offramp numbers and lanes.....GPS eats battery life big time
its 8PM my Droid has been used off and on for 13 hours, 70% of the battery charge is left

I usually write complicated routes down on a piece of paper and clip it to the bike......writing it down makes me remember it.....rarely need to look at the note

I don't mind pulling over to look at the map

my '70s rain suit has a waterproof map pocket.....I still use the suit, its Safety Orange.....unlike all the stupid new black ones

my '70s Harro Elephant Boy waterproof tank bag has a map pocket too, unlike the Factory BMW tank bag that came with my R1150GS it has a rain cover......then you can't see the map:jerkoff::jerkoff::jerkoff::jerkoff:
 

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I use WeatherBug, it finds my garage, gives freeway offramp numbers and lanes.....GPS eats battery life big time
its 8PM my Droid has been used off and on for 13 hours, 70% of the battery charge is left

I usually write complicated routes down on a piece of paper and clip it to the bike......writing it down makes me remember it.....rarely need to look at the note

I don't mind pulling over to look at the map

my '70s rain suit has a waterproof map pocket.....I still use the suit, its Safety Orange.....unlike all the stupid new black ones

my '70s Harro Elephant Boy waterproof tank bag has a map pocket too, unlike the Factory BMW tank bag that came with my R1150GS it has a rain cover......then you can't see the map:jerkoff::jerkoff::jerkoff::jerkoff:
Thanks for that. I'll give WeatherBug a shot.
 

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I have the Technomount. Articulates in all directions so you can use it for GPS, phone, GoPro, toll transponder, ashtray holder, etc...
 

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