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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

Sat Navs

would appreciate some help

 

I want to get a sat nav as i plan to go to the lake district for a weekend.

 

It has to be able to opt for a route without motorways, as im on my 125.

 

Do they run on batteries or do you have to hardwire them to the bike?

 

A bit of help would be good here

 

Thanks

 

JP

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750FLYER

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750FLYER says:

Usually

hard-wired mate but hell.... nowadays smart phones have sat-nav on them so guess you could just use that eh??

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

i could

i will lookin to it.. ta 750flyer

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johnlad1

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johnlad1 says:

watch out for caravans and 4 wheel drives while your

up here in the lake district they dont stick to there side of the road my 750flyer beat me to it was gonna sugest that if u have a smart phone u can probabably get a sat nav app on it

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scotmoto

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scotmoto says:

sat nav

i bought a used Garmin 660 zumo and it hard wires on to your battery, i find them better than tomtom riders, or you can just charge it up each night and you get a good 5-6 hours out of it.

 

Deffo worth the money as you can set it to miss out all motorways, so if you are in an area that you don't know it manages to sniff out all the best biking roads :ph43r:

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PerryGPS

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PerryGPS says:

Bike Sat Navs

Hello,

I work for a company called Global GPS and we do specialize in a lot of bike related products.

We are one of the cheapest online for bike GPS systems.

We also have the BRAND NEW TomTom Rider 5.

If you wish to purchase from ourselves then as a SPECIAL OFFER, we can offer free delivery with any purchase on bike related products or a free carry case when you purchase a bike sat nav with the use of this promo code: GG789

If i can be of any help at all then do not hesitate to contact me at the office on 01626336007

Perry

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

nice try

but that was 2 years ago!

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

Jawa..

Did you buy a Satnav...  ?  :lol:

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

no

i didnt... i navigate by using the wind and moon

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

Jawa...

its cheaper than a satnav.....   I quite like getting lost ,you never know where your going to end up...:smile

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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

Folded Paper Thingy

I use one of those folded paper thingies, ah yes, a map.  :biggrin:

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