Goldstrike Drink Holder

Goldstrike - A Division of Ciro

Goldstrike Drink Holder
$45.95 to $69.95
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Bring virtually any can, bottle, or cup with you securely and in style with the Goldstrike™ Drink Holder. Chrome plated and made from tough neoprene rubber, this drink holder will really stand up to the elements.

58003 - Fits any Goldstrike by Ciro ball mount

58411 - Fits 2018+ Gold Wing Tour & Non-Tour Models (DCT Only)

58410 - Fits 2018+ Gold Wings (will only fit brake side of bikes with DCT or CB switch installed), GL1800 2001-2017, F6B 2013-2016, GL1500 1988-2000

  • Holds your drink secure with a contoured rubber net
  • Infinite adjustment with Ciro ball mount design
  • Rubber lined ring keeps your can or bottle from vibrating
  • Soft rubber net won’t scratch if it comes in contact with paint 
  • U.S. Patent No. D798,672

4 Member Reviews

Nampa, ID
Just Right

I got the right side chrome mount. It took only a few minutes to install. This thing looks sharp. great for my coffee mug in the morning. And works great for that bottle of water with a squeeze spout on it. Beware if you set it to low it can cause you a issue if you open the glove box with the wheel turned.

2 out of 4 people found this helpful
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Navarre , FL
Great looking cup holder

Bought the passenger armrest with it and have it attached to right side. Works as advertised and looks very nice. Wish I would of bought the larger "Big Ass" holder. Reason, if you use a tall travel cup, center of gravity with want to turn holder around. The "Big Ass" is deeper and will hold cup lower into it, preventing tip-over.

3 out of 5 people found this helpful
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Couch Rocket
Henderson, NV

The product arrived quickly and in perfect condition. I purchased the cup holder and left-side mounting bracket. I had it installed in about 5 minutes and it looks great. I usually ride with a can of soda in a "koozie" and it fits very well. This is also a very good looking cup holder. The left-side mount does block a couple buttons from being seen easily, but it provides plenty of room for your thumb...even with a glove. I give it 4 stars only because it seems a bit pricey for a cup holder. The product is well made and is not cheaply made.

4 out of 6 people found this helpful
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Lake Grove, NY
Good for Driver, Not good for Passenger in Armrests

This is an extension of my review that I submitted for the passenger armrest that is made by the same manufacturer. I have a 2018 Goldwing Tour, DCT version. The cup holder is great for the driver, because it is attached FIRMLY to the screws by the right side brake area (you can also get the left mounted side as well). Here is the only issue, but it is a BIG one; If you use this cupholder with the passenger armrest made by the same manufacturer, it installs into a hole on the side of the armrest. It seems, at first glance, like a great solution for the passenger, and it looks great installed. HOWEVER, The adapter that holds the cup holder into the hole of the armrest is designed to allow the cup holder to spin when you open the rear trunk (so your drink doesn't spill....). I purchased the regular size drink holder, not the "big ass" (that's what it's called) one that they sell. I use a 20oz thermos, and it sits too high in the cup holder, and it spins upside down when you open the trunk (it doesn't automatically adjust the vertical position of the cup holder), which is it NOT supposed to do, and it also naturally spins the cup UPSIDE DOWN if you brake hard or accelerate hard, or make tight turns !! The cup won't fall out of the holder because of the rubberized material, but if you are not using a sealed LID thermos type of container, your drink (HOT coffee) WILL spill all over you AND your bike !! I did not purchase the "big ass" cup holder because it looks way too big and I wanted to preserve the sporty look of my 2018 Goldwing. The adapter on the armrests for this cup holder product NEEDS to be modified by the manufacturer so that it doesn't spin as easily as it does (and despite that, it STILL doesn't keep the drink upright if you open the trunk in it's current form anyway! ) You actually have to hold your drink WHILE you open the rear trunk to keep the drink rightside up. Anyway, Good idea, but bad execution. Needs to have the adapter MUCH tighter. I am debating on whether to return the armrests I purchased because of this defect, but I like the armrest feature; the issue is with the loose spinning of the adapter. The cup holder itself is well made, and it looks sporty, and holds the cups very well.

4 out of 6 people found this helpful
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  • Gold Wing (Non-Tour) 2018-2019
  • Gold Wing Tour 2018-2019
  • GL1800 2001-2017
  • F6B 2013-2017
  • GL1500 1988-2000