Thanks to the innovative invention of the GPS device, you’ll never have to worry about being lost again. How it works is basically pretty simple. A network of more than twenty satellites transmits signals back to earth on a continuous basis. Using a procedure called trilateration, a GPS receiver locks onto these signals to determine your location and even destination.
Usually when we think of GPS systems, we think of them as car accessories, but GPS devices can be used for motorcycles as well. Explore new places, destinations and landscapes by planning your road trip at home in advance, and then simply downloading your routes into the GPS device. You open up whole new experiences in travel and exploration with the security and confidence that you’ll never get lost again.
TomTom Rider GPS Device
TomTom Rider is one of the most sophisticated navigation systems for motorcycles currently on the market. Simply mount the device on your motorcycle and you’re ready to start your adventure on the road, safely guided by spoken directions turn-by-turn to any location in the United States or Canada. Just some of the features include:
• Plug & Go right out the box
• Virtual voice instructions
• Preloaded POI -- find millions of destinations, such as gas stations, hotels, restaurants and more with ease
• 3.5-inch Touchscreen
• Bluetooth/Cardo scala-rider headset
• Universal mount
• Easy access to emergency providers: police, fire stations or hospitals
• Extra car mount kit
TomTom Rider is a durable waterproof device, with anti-glare shield screen, integrated sun visor and easy gloves-on touchscreen operation that gives bikers the convenience they need while riding. Navigation directions are spoken through the in-helmet Bluetooth headset with crisp audio quality.
Explore the World with Ease and Security
With a choice of routes, you’ll discover the shortest and fastest ways to get to your destination. Whether you plan your trip in advance or rely on real-time information, TomTom will allow you to avoid toll-roads, find secret routes off highways and last-minute locations to get gas or food, so you can explore the world your own way.