Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: Los Angeles, CA
I'm old fashioned I suppose, is use a good old Garmin 1450 with a universal ram mount on the brake reservoir.
When trying to decide on a GPS solution, I thought of three determining factors. One, a dedicated gps will not be interrupted by phone calls, texts, etc. two, the screen is very glove friendly. And most important, when it kicks off the bike for whatever reason (accident, bump, pothole, etc.), which would I rather lose, an $800 iPhone with all my contacts and info, or a $50, easily replaceable Garmin?
And I have had one kick off the bike. Good decision.
"What is your measure of success? Warren Buffett has always said the measure is whether the people close to you are happy and love you." Bill Gates
Ingrid - '07 Blue Burgman 400 (56k mi) - original owner
Jesse - '05 Silver Burgman 650 (27k mi) - 3rd owner