You'll need a usb 12v to 5v adapter/charger if your wireless charger comes with a 110vac wall charger. Presuming the wireless charger has a usb plug to connect to a cube for home charging, a12 usb adapter/charger will work for cars, trucks, suvs and motorcycles. You may have to check your wireless power specs and whether or not it will draw more than a few amps as most vehicle usb adapters limit current to around 2 amps. Typical dc adapters for a few dollars from most auto stores. They plug into the power outlet/cigarette lighter socket. If your motorcycle doesn't have one then this complicates things as you'll have to either wire up the adapter into a switched, fused circuit that shuts off when the ignition key is turned off or have someone familiar with motorcycle electrical wiring perform the modification. If wired into a live wire then the combination usb adapter/wireless charger will always draw current that can drain a battery. Be sure the ram mount can hold the wireless pad and your phone rigidly. You don't want a flimsy phone mount to loosen its grip on every bump and pothole that wasn't avoided unless you're only charging when parked.