Another test coming up

19228_10152917210493037_3030931799266313770_nThinking of which GPS to get for your bike? So do many people and let me tell you, it’s a jungle out there. For the last couple of weeks, we’ve been using my friend’s Garmin Montana, supposedly the best GPS for the offroad adventurer there is. I can’t speak for it’s efficiency in that sense but for the onroad adventurer it does have its flaws. Like finding places for example. For that reason, I’ve decided to test another competitor…

With only a few months in the stores, the nice people at TomTom have decided to lend me their newest addition to the motorcycle navigator segment: The TomTom Rider, model 400 if I’m not mistaken. It was released in a new edition earlier this spring and has a lot of motorcycle specific functions which I will test thoroughly.

Expect a “First look” and maybe, if I’m up for it, I’ll make an “unboxing video” with the TomTom Bandit action camera to go full on meta on this TomTom experience. As always, I would like to point out that I am in no way affiliated with TomTom, nor do I get paid to do this but they do lend me this for free on my request to facilitate  the test which I’m grateful for. The review will of course be as objective, or subjective if you will, as all the other tests and first looks on the blog. Stay vigilant so you don’t miss it.