Did the Duffly Lake circle route yesterday from my home in Maple Ridge BC which is about a 400 mile round trip and absolutely stunning. From coastal mountains to alpine lakes and glaciers, then into the high desert and back down to the coast again. Its a must ride if you find yourself out this way. As I was heading out of Pemberton toward Lillooet, I attached my GPS to the tach using the regular suction cup bracket. Don't really need to see the tach on a Harley anyway and this mounting system has worked fine in the past. Didn't bother plugging in the power cord as I was just going to use it for a while to see what other roads were listed in the area. About 20 miles out of Pemberton as I was cruising at a comfortable 40 mph, the suction cup let go and my GPS made a rather hasty departure.... Stopped the bike, wandered back and eventually found my GPS lying in the ditch. I was expecting to find $200 bucks worth of tiny little bits and pieces but when I finally found it, it was still in one piece and working just fine. The back of the unit and the edges had some pretty good road rash but the front of the unit and the screen did not have a mark on it. I couldn't believe my luck! Needless to say, time to get a proper mounting system. I know there are handle bar mounts available but the the way the bars shake on the Electraglide at idle, I dont think a handle bar mount would be the best way to go. I may have to fabricate something that attachs directly to the fairing. Anyone out there have any ideas (other than leaving the GPS at home...)????