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Old 12-26-2012, 09:50 AM
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I love my GPS. I like to explore without keeping track of the way home. I can get totally lost, and just hit home to find my way back. And when I'm on a trip, I don't have to worry about where turns are. I spend my time enjoying the scenery. It's also nice knowing if there's a hairpin turn just over that next hill.

I use the HD Ride Planner. No muss, no fuss.
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Old 12-26-2012, 03:31 PM
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I love my Zumo Harley Road Tech 665 with XM. Like American Express, "Don't leave home without it". I also like wandering around but it's very convenient, when you're not familiar with your surroundings, to hit "HOME" and get there without any problems. The added bonus is having the XM Radio playing thru my stock HD head unit providing me with all of my favorite channels. I have mine mounted with the Iron Aces Road Glide Mount. Can't beat it. Iron Aces is another great company and Forum Sponsor with Superior Customer Service. Great product too!
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Old 12-26-2012, 04:47 PM
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Underneath the video, reads the following:

"It's rugged enough and smart enough to guide you to wherever your ride might take you".

That doesn't even make sense. Why would you want to be "guided" to "wherever"? I know, I know, petty. I'm in advertising.
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Thanks guys I just stop at small mom and pops stations or diners talk to locals they tell us the best roads to take and what to look for also were to watch your speed.I don't get turned around to easy but it would be nice to use to find a major road just don"t want it to take away from stopping and asking its what I love about mc riding
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Old 12-26-2012, 07:15 PM
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It's nice to see they have lifetime map updates. It is a bit pricey though.


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Old 12-26-2012, 10:51 PM
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regular standard duty garmin still seems fine in my book

if it rains, even an cow knows when to come in out of the rain

granted, getting a new one this year, maybe the 2500 series
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Old 12-27-2012, 07:53 AM
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Thanks guys I just stop at small mom and pops stations or diners talk to locals they tell us the best roads to take and what to look for also were to watch your speed.I don't get turned around to easy but it would be nice to use to find a major road just don"t want it to take away from stopping and asking its what I love about mc riding
The GPS is just a tool. You're in charge of it and can use it any way you want to use. Why would you quote "just don"t want it to take away from stopping and asking" worry about something like that.

And it can be very handy at times for finding a gas station or restaurant or motel or campground, especially in the boondocks.
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