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If you don’t have a GPS unit for your UTV yet, it’s time to get one. Today’s GPS technology isn’t just more accurate than ever; it’s also more useful for a variety of contexts. And since UTVs are among the most versatile vehicles available, the right GPS system is a must-have add-on.
Perhaps the biggest benefit of packing along a GPS is that you can navigate trail systems. But not only will this help you keep on track with where you’re going, many units also record where you’ve been. This is perfect if you want to build a good route to follow again later or to share with friends. It’s easy to track each trip for ride reports. When you have a GPS unit along, you might even discover new adventures that you might otherwise discount or ignore.
If you’ve got the right setup and local laws permit it, your UTV might also be street legal. A GPS unit can steer you through town directly to a great place to eat or an interesting attraction. This is an excellent tool to have handy when you’re in unfamiliar territory and just want to bring your machine down off the trail for a quick bite to eat or another diversion.
A GPS is an excellent tool to have handy when you’re in unfamiliar territory and just want to bring your machine down off the trail for a quick bite to eat or another diversion if your UTV is street legal (as long as you’ve got the right setup and local laws permit it). We have many types of GPS systems, but we also have several different mounts as well. Some offer a quick-and-easy solution that allows you to remove your unit for other purposes. Others have a sleek, fully integrated installation process that will make it look like your GPS unit was built specifically for your side-by-side. Whatever your preference is, you’ll find the ideal mount here.
Take a moment to check out our selection of GPS systems and related accessories. Buy one today to get your UTV ready for your next excursion.
ARTHUR in FL
I use this bracket for mostly off road trail riding on my KTM with an under bar mount steering stabilizer. Keep in mind I also have risers between my handlebar and the Scotts stabilizer mount. Its works just perfect and does not come loose. Only issue is you cant move the position much without the screws hitting the stabilizer, unless I raise the bar up more with another spacer. Other than that its fine and does not move.Read All Reviews
Jeffrey in AZ
I wasn't sure this was the right path to go at first. Everyone is running Lowrance units and there were a few complaints on the forums about this PIDD. After installing the unit, I was very happy with the way it looks in the dash. It could use a bigger screen, but it serves a purpose and the screen size really isn't an issue. RiderX and Polaris have just released a software update that brings many new features to the unit including new Speedo Screen, Nav updates and Audio support so it acts like a source unit (need to buy new 2016 cables). You won't get RCA out, but if you are running Polaris Speakers it works perfect or you can cut and solder on RCA plugs to connect to your own amp. With the unit being software updatable, it makes the longevity of purchase much longer and it seems Polaris and RiderX are really putting effort into maintaining the software.Read All Reviews
David in CA
I do a lot of multi-day, several hundred mile dual sport/dirt biking rides in Northern California and Nevada. I've used 2 other models/brands in the past and there is no comparison. I have this mounted and hard wired to my KTM 500 EXC so I don't ever need to worry about my batteries running out. I have also been using this for geocaching with my family with helped justify the price with my wife :-) If you do GPS based off road rides this is your best choice.Read All Reviews