Rollei Bike Pro Mount for GoPro* Red

  • Universal mounting for Actioncams
  • Vibration reduction for optimal recording
  • Big clamping range: 20 to 42 mm
  • Perfect grip and extremely high stability
  • Easily adjustable rapid tension lock
  • 360° spherical head system for perfect videos from unique angles

The BIKE PROmount from Rollei is a universal mounting system for actioncams and DSLR cameras with 1/4” thread and diameters from 20mm to 40mm. When fitted with the Rollei BIKE PROmount adapter, it is also suitable for use with all GoPro cameras, including the HERO, HERO3, HERO3+ and HERO4.

Perfect grip for perfect picture

Made from high-tech anodized aluminium, the BIKE PROmount is incredibly strong and rugged, and its secure hold means it can be used with confidence in extreme action video photography, in sports such as BMX, downhill mountain biking, skydiving and motocross.

This easily adjustable action camera mount ensures minimum camera vibration for better shooting, and has a locking mechanism. It is also fitted with an original quick-release system from renowned German brand iSHOXS, allowing simple and quick removal or attachment.

Bike Pro Mount - Super lightweight

Available in red, blue, orange or black and weighing just 172 grams, Rollei’s BIKE PROmount is supplied with the ProBox Hard Case and extensive accessories, including a tool set. It also comes with additional inserts of extra durable polymer for different tube profiles, making it one of the most adaptable action camera mounts on the market today.

The BIKE PROmount is made in Germany by Rollei, a company whose history dates all the way back to 1920, and with a well-deserved reputation as a precision manufacturer of cameras, tripods and camera accessories. Rollei even offer a 24-month warranty and replacement service for all their products, making the BIKE PROmount an obvious choice when choosing your next action camera mount.


Weight 172 g
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