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Never get lost again with an ATV GPS navigation system. You’ll be able to pinpoint your location regardless of where you are, and you can check out where a road ends before deciding to take it. You’re probably familiar with the GPS units that are commonly found in automobiles, assisting drivers with directions. Now you can utilize that same technology for your off-road adventures, keeping track of trails and maintaining a sense of direction in the great outdoors.
Some of these GPS units will even keep track of where you’ve been, allowing you to upload your own custom course to a computer later. And if that isn’t enough for you, you can even grab routes online that others have created and use them to create a custom adventure of your own. Today’s navigation systems are more advanced than ever, offering a plethora of features that provide the ultimate in trail-riding convenience.
Of course, the last thing you need is to constantly fumble around with a small device while you’re on a trail. That’s why we also supply ATV GPS mounts. With a good mounting bracket, you can keep your GPS in view at all times without ever breaking to take your hands off the handlebars.
Don’t delay – pick up an ATV GPS today! Browse our selection to see what best suits your needs.
William in TX
This was very handy since I use the 78sc for sailing and now also on a GS. The enclosure fits the gps well and easy to remove.Read All Reviews
Jim in IL
This is the best and most durable charging base I've used. I highly recommend this if you ride offroad and require uninterrupted power to your garmin Montana. The wiring harness has many wires for various sensors but personally I only use the red and black power wires.Read All Reviews
Anthony in CA
I used this on a 5 day trip in Baja that totaled over 550 miles. I imported my GPX files in an SD card and it worked amazing! Zero issues with see in the bright sunlight, dusty conditions and hot temps. Zero lag or delay when displaying large files of waypoints. It literally worked flawlessly, the mount was as good as a universal mount can be, not perfect placement but it did its job. I only plug I used was the 12v supply to the battery. It did take a full day of riding to get the units internal battery fully charged. Having the ability to unplug it from the bike and bring it inside to review/change the following days trail was awesome. It has so many options thats its fully customizable. I thing I learned was that the internal battery will not charge if the bikes battery is under about 12.2v. So leaving it plugged in on the bike with the engine off didn't continue to charge the battery. Bike had to be started to make enough voltage.Read All Reviews
David in OR
Exactly what I needed. People have said, "We learn best by doing dangerous things safely" having a Garmin Inreach won't keep you from getting injured riding motorcycles, but if you do ride in remote areas, you must have a way to call for help even a relatively minor injury becomes a big deal if you can not contact anyone. the Packer Tracker allows you to keep it on you person 100% of the time.Read All Reviews