Etikettarkiv: gps

Test: TomTom Bandit and RIDER

IMG_5599Time to go more in-depth with the products from TomTom I’ve been hanging onto for some time now. We are talking about the TomTom Bandit action camera and the TomTom RIDER 400, their new motorcycle specific navigator. I brought them both on the amazing trip to Grisslehamn this weekend to see how they stood up against the Garmin Montana and GoPro… Fortsätt läsa Test: TomTom Bandit and RIDER

TomTom RIDER 400: Unboxing and first look

IMG_5604I did it! After having procrastinated  for a week – I’m on vacation after all – I finally pulled through and did an unboxing video of the TomTom RIDER 400 Navigation (GPS). Or an attempt at least. Editing in iMovie isn’t exactly the most exact science. But here it is, I hope you enjoy it.  Fortsätt läsa TomTom RIDER 400: Unboxing and first look

Sneak peak: TomTom RIDER 400

IMG5813The things I do for you, readers all over the world. The kind people at TomTom Sweden, and the even kinder people at their PR-agency (Cloudberry, thank you!) sent me this to review over the summer. Tomorrow I’ll try to edit an unboxing video which will be followed by a First Look and, later on, an in-depth review. Does that sound all right to you…? Fortsätt läsa Sneak peak: TomTom RIDER 400

Waiting for the good times

1468615_10152864618160922_4369698682482131712_nIf you came here to read about the TomTom Rider 400, you’ll have to wait just a little bit longer. I still haven’t got it yet but it’s probably due any day now, and I promise I’ll make it up to you, okay? There are no riding reports either, not even anything mechanical. Bad weather combined with finishing up some stuff at work before I go on a much needed vacation hasn’t really left me that much time to do either. In the meanwhile, I’ve been occupied with watching biker build offs on YouTube. Fortsätt läsa Waiting for the good times

The price of happiness

IMG5522As with  many other passions, love included, being a motorcyclist will move the hole in your heart to your pocket and I guess it’s a matter of opinion which you prefer. In some regards, this is nothing more than a trap. You ride because it feels the void in your soul caused by the god damn never-ending rat race, but you can never escape the race either because you need the money for gear, parts, bikes and gas to keep that void away. Still, if I am to put money on something, I’d rather do it this way than any other way.  Fortsätt läsa The price of happiness