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GPS navagation systems and maps to help you get the most out of your trip.
Kevin in UT
The Butler Maps are a great way to plan out a road trip. It's easy to find the kind of roads that bikers love, including scenery, twisties, and other elements that make up a fun ride. I like how it highlights the do-not-miss portions of the state.Read All Reviews
ben in IN
I have a slightly larger Galaxy Note which is practically a small tablet and obviously it barely fits but still seems to hold well Maybe will get the larger one in the future but this does well.Read All Reviews
Hugh in SC
I spent most of the day getting familiar with this rugged instrument. I like the phone app. The device allows (and encourages you to do it each time you use it) you to test it by replying to a text it sent you. What concerns me is that it so far has taken over an hour to get a response. I don't know if the text I send gets there quickly and it just takes a long time for Me to get a response or if both are slow. Would hate to be lying in the woods next to my bike injured and be stuck with a slow system. Would be interested in the experience of othersRead All Reviews
David in TX
I've got 4 bikes and one on each bike. This is the only item that fits so you have to purchase. It is a solid unit that has never failed me. I took a good soil sample last summer and it took a direct hit. The only part that broke was the RAM mount.Read All Reviews
Zach in IA
I purchased one of these in August to go on a dual sport trip in Colorado with a buddy. We both purchased them and used the buddy tracking. The bluetooth was a little confusing to get setup and the first firmware versions seemed to disconnect quite a few times. Once it all worked it worked really well. We use it with Sena 10R headsets. It was typically just over a mile before it would lose communication with the buddy system. One thing I would like to see them change in the firmware is the buddy problem indicator. It only shows up on the screen as a red icon. I would like to see it configurable to use the two led indicators that are used for temperature warnings at the top of the display. They are much more noticeable. I did have the display freeze once where it didn't respond to touch or any buttons. I preordered mine directly from Trailtech so it could have been something with the initial firmware. If this happens to you on the trail just hold all of the buttons at the same time and it will force a reset. Any GPX editor can be used to customize trails. If you know where you are going just pre-download all of the maps for that system ahead of time. Caltopo is my favorite. Go out, get lost, and the next time you look down a foreign path just go for it. The coolest things are found by accident. So the next time someone says do you want to try to go down that? Just reply "Yes Man" like Jim CarryRead All Reviews