2013 AIMExpo: Trail Tech Voyager GPS
Trail Tech is displaying a number of interesting products at the American International Motorcycle Expo in Orlando, Fla., but we were most intrigued by the Voyager GPS.
Trail Tech boasts that the Voyager is the first GPS ever made specifically for off-road riders. It mounts right on the steering wheel (UTVS) or below the handlebars (ATVs/Dirt Bikes). Its 240×400 LCD screen displays GPS speed, distance, compass, altitude, temperature and maps. As well, it can run on an internal battery or off of the vehicle’s power. Finally, gloved hands should easily be able to control the joystick navigation and large, rubberized buttons.
The Trail Tech Voyager GPS retails for $279.95. For a little added bling, the red anodized steering column protector ($119.95) looks sharp and could come in handy if you are less than careful behind the wheel.
Visit TrailTech.net for more information.
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