46 Years of Models
+ 2017 Motorcycles
+ 2016 Motorcycles
+ 2015 Motorcycles
+ 2014 Motorcycles
+ 2013 Motorcycles
+ 2012 Motorcycles
+ 2011 Motorcycles
+ 2010 Motorcycles
+ 2000 - 2009 Models
+ 1990 - 1999 Models
+ 1980 - 1989 Models
+ 1970 - 1979 Models
+ ATV Guides
+ Concept Bikes
Guides & Resources
+ Beginner's Guide
+ Biker's Dictionary
+ Buyer's Guide
+ Compare Bike/ATVs
+ MPG Guide
+ Maintenance Guide
+ Mfg Compendium
+ Model History Guide
+ Cool Wall
+ Performance Guide
+ Restoration Tips
+ Specs Handbook
+ Tire/Tyre Guide
+ TMW History
+ Travel Guide
+ Shopping Guide
+ Unit Converters
+ Moto Guzzi
+ MV Agusta
+ Royal Enfield
+ Photo Gallery
+ Google Plus
+ Old Photo Gallery
+ TMW Merchandise
Advertising & Media
+ Contact Us
+ Site Map
All content on Total Motorcycle is copyright protected and actively monitored by DMCA Protection Services.
Motorcycle is family owned and operated
By Riders, For Riders, 250 Million readers for over 16 years.
Suction Cup Mount Review
Back to Motorcycle Product Review Page
It's sucks hard but it doesn't blow!
GoPro Suction Cup Mount Review
Let us first start off by saying the GoPro Suction Cup Mount is a must have.
You might very well find yourself using the GoPro Suction Cup Mount the most as it will securely suck to any flat, smooth area on your motorcycle such as your bike's gas tank, a motorcycle fairing or even if you are lucky a rear tail piece. Anything even slightly curved and you might be out of luck.
But that leaves a lot of options and areas where you can suck this to and be careful, when installed it will really be on there so make sure you use the "pressure relief button" and the "pressure relief handle" to remove it without damage to the part. The GoPro Suction Cup Mount mounts so well that it's rated to 150 mph and some have gone even faster with it attached (ie airplanes), so you can trust your GoPro HD camera to it.
When mounted to your motorbike's petrol tank (a little British language in there for those in Europe) it can give you a great view of the road ahead, gauges (clocks) included and will give an amazing feel of speed as well. There is quite nothing like "feeling" the speed of your motorcycles as it's RPM gauge and speedometer climb.
The GoPro Suction Cup Mount harness worked impressively well and produced some really nice video results and angles. Total Motorcycle mounted it different positions and have included video below for your judgement on what view you like best and what worked best.
Overall this is a MUST have and we were extremely impressed with the mount and awarded it our Total Motorcycle Editor's Choice Award, 5 out of 5.
1. GoPro Suction Cup Mount is easy to use, put on/take off and adjust.
2. You can mount it to anything that is flat and smooth.
3. Vibration is very controlled.
4. Unique video angles.
1. None, other than we would like to see GoPro offer another smaller suction
cup mount so we can suck it to other smaller bike areas.
GoPro Suction Cup Mount Field Photos
GoPro Suction Cup Mount Specifications
Industrial strength suction cup for your quick-release HERO
camera. This is the suction cup mount that comes with the Motorsports
HERO and Motorsports HERO Wide cameras. Strong enough to pull dents out
of a car door (unfortunately tested and proven by GoPro) or stay attached
to an airplane at 200mph+, proven though not endorsed by GoPro per FAA
Perfect if you own a Helmet HERO, Surf HERO, or Wide HERO camera and want to add a suction cup mount to your arsenal. Attaches to cars, motorcycles, snowmobiles, cockpits, you name it.
NOT RECOMMENDED for surfboards, snowboards or other high-impact sports. Only recommended for non-impact activities.
- 1 Suction Cup Camera Mount
- 1 Rotational Joiner Arm
- Warranty: 1 Year
Model Number: GSC30
Construction: nylon and polycarbonate
Hardware: stainless steel
Total Motorcycle GoPro Suction Cup Mount review video
Total Motorcycle GoPro HD Hero review video
Overall, we give the GoPro Suction Cup Mount 5 out of 5 stars.