Veho Muvi HD Camera to Ram Mount

The Veho Muvi HD Camera comes with a variety of mounting hardware for mounting to helmets, arms, handlebars, tripods, etc. but does not come with any method of mounting to the standard 1” ball of the Ram Mount brand of mounting hardware. After some consideration it appeared that the 1” ball with the standard tripod nut (¼” x 20), RAM-B-337U, would facilitate the mounting of the HD camera to the handlebar of my Can-Am Spyder (where a 1” ball is already attached).


Note that the Veho Muvi tripod attachment (red arrow) can be attached to several of the cases that hold the HD Camera. The one shown attaches to the bottom of the HD Camera and is secured by a tripod threaded bolt that screws into the bottom of the HD Camera, holding it securely to the mounting hardware.

The Ram Mount hardware (black arrow) consists of the 1” rubber ball molded onto an aluminum shaft and hex nut, ¼” x 20, that provides a convenient method of attaching the Veho Muvi HD Camera to standard Ram Mount hardware.


About justanoldguy

Retired Computer Programmer. Born and Raised in Missouri. Graduated from Missouri School of Mines in 1964. Retired in 2003. Moved to Colorado in 2010. Enjoying good health and 'front range'. Touring frequently on Can-Am Spyder motorcycle. Skiing during the Winter months at Monarch Mountain Ski Area (for free!).
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3 Responses to Veho Muvi HD Camera to Ram Mount

  1. Charles Tindall says:

    Just got one for Christmas and want to use the GPS RAM mount on my bike. Good tip. Many thanks Charlie

  2. Charles Tindall says:

    Thanks and Happy New Year.

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