Inexpensive GPS System Recommendation Question Fairly inexpensive gps system for bike – 2007 nomad? Other Monte Jones 5 years 18 Answers 1366 views 0
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Google maps on my phone.
I use an old TomTom tucked up into my fairing.
I have an old Garmin but usualy use my Phone. Google Maps.
Cell phones are only good where there’s coverage.
did not see quality listed as a requirement. 😉
Also if you know you’re going to be traveling through an area without cell phone service, there is also an option to download sections of map, or your route
As long as you start your route while you have signal if you lose signal on your run your gps on google maps will still work.
I have one of the less expensive Garmins with a RAM mount.
I use CoPilot software on an old Galaxy s4 phone. The phone has no service from any providers. The maps are stored locally and the phone is in a LifeProof case that is mounted to the handlebars using a Ram Mount. So I have a waterproof GPS device as long as it isn’t being charged for less than $50.
Any cheap car one works great.
I use an old car one sometimes, and it would be great, except I can’t see the screen when the sun is shining on it.
You’re phone lol
No such thing as a cheap motorcycle GPS.
Ebay sells refurbished Garmin Zumo units as low as $300.
your smart phone with google maps