Summer sun, motorcycling and the Garmin zumo660

Posted on Apr 19 2009 - 7:59pm by Richard Sharp

garmin-zumo-660As the nicer British weather approaches (OK that statement can be seen as quite ironic), you bikers out there may be thinking about getting out and about on your motorcycles a bit more often. Maybe you have a classic Harley that you don’t want to get wet or are thinking about this year’s meetings which might include visiting the Castle Combe Probike National Motorcycle Races on 22nd August.

Whatever your motives to take your motorbike out you will appreciate the benefits of purchasing the latest bikers must-have, the Garmin zumo660 motorbike Sat Nav.

The Garmin zumo660 motorbike Sat Nav is a fantastic device that will allow you the freedom to enjoy your biking without having to stop, take your gloves off and waste time map reading (maps blowing about in the wind is just one of the many frustrations for a biker). The Garmin zumo660 motorbike Sat Nav has many useful features that make it an invaluable tool for the motorcycle rider including, a clear easy to read 4.3” Sat Nav screen, a full colour touch (glove friendly) screen, rugged UV resistant and waterproof casing that resists all the damage the British weather can throw at it. The Garmin zumo660 motorbike Sat Nav comes with pre-loaded UK and European maps, Bluetooth wireless allows for those all important calls, and again no need to take off your gloves, lithium-ion battery which allows up to 5 hours of motorbike Sat Nav use, points of interest, speed limits and safety camera alerts, MP3 player, JPEG picture display, fuel gauge alert, and so much more.

The Garmin zumo660 motorbike Sat Nav allows you to enjoy uninterrupted motorcycle riding, no need to stop take your helmet and gloves off unless of course it’s for that much needed pitstop, you will wonder how you ever managed without your motorbike Sat Nav and although at £450 it’s not exactly cheap it is most certainly worth the outlay.

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Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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