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Im planning a trip to Yellowstone. Im looking for a phone dock for my Samsung Gs6. Does anybody have any experience with having any and whats the best for the XC handlebars.

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I've always been a fan of the Ram Mount. It's easy to use and secure and it's really secure if you use the optional tether.
 

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I've always been a fan of the Ram Mount. It's easy to use and secure and it's really secure if you use the optional tether.
I would agree. They are very solid mounts and I have never had an issue with mine using the X-grip on several iPhones.
 

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I would agree. They are very solid mounts and I have never had an issue with mine using the X-grip on several iPhones.
Same here..... can't go wrong with them. I've used them for years on different bikes.
 

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Ram mount. Here ya go.
 

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Ram mount X type. Also have heard good things about a ciro 3d mount that has charge capabilities
 

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Throw my phone in the saddlebags, one less distraction from what is going on around me.
 

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Throw my phone in the saddlebags, one less distraction from what is going on around me.
yeah mines turned off and in my inside vest pocket too
 

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I bought the Ram Mount X-Type and used it once when leading a ride. I pre-programmed a route into my phone and along the way, it kept changing the route on me. Parked the mount and the phone stays in my pocket while I use a paper map (remember those?) in my tank bag's window.
 

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Well over 200,000 miles on bikes using a RAM X-Grip to hold a phone and/or a toll road transponder. 100% success, 100% of the time. I can't imagine a better bang for your buck than a RAM X-Grip.
 
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