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Touratech Mount for BMW Navigator IV


The new locking motorcycle mount for the BMW Navigator 4 from Touratech offers increased security over the stock plastic cradle of the BMW Navigator IV.

To protect your valuable GPS when riding on rough road surfaces, the mount features Touratech’s famous vibration dampening system.

The Touratech Navigator IV mount utilizes BMW’s original plastic GPS cradle so that all original electrical connections and controls are retained.

A key-lock mechanism secures the GPS unit to the motorcycle, giving you peace of mind while stopping for gas or a bite to eat.

This mount is designed to clamp securely to a 0.50 inch crossbar, Touratech GPS mount adapters, or a RAM mounting system.

Locking Handlebar Mount, BMW Navigator IV (065-0560)

  • Made from black anodized aluminum and stainless steel
  • Vibration dampening system prevents damage to GPS unit
  • Can match key to other Touratech locking products
  • Adaptable to any motorcycle using a Touratech GPS mount adapter, RAM mounting system, or crossbar.

The Touratech Locking Mount for the BMW Navigator IV is now available at for a retail price of $180.90. For more information on the part, or anything for your next adventure, contact Touratech-USA at 1-800-491-2926.

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