The 7 Best GPS Units For Motorcycles

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We spent 24 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top selections for this wiki. Hitting the road on two wheels is hazardous enough even when you know exactly where you're going. When you don't, these GPS units for motorcycles will direct you safely to your destination, with options like smartphone hookups to let you stay in touch with the outside world hands-free. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best gps unit for motorcycles on Amazon.

7. Koolertron 4.3 Inch All Terrain

6. TomTom Rider 400 Portable

5. Garmin Zumo 396 LMT-S

4. Garmin Zumo 590LM

3. BMW Navigator VI

2. TomTom Rider 550

1. Garmin Zumo 595LM

Editor's Notes

October 30, 2018:

Generally speaking, most customers don't seem too thrilled with any of the options out there, though motorcyclists can be pretty demanding considering the danger of their pastime. Garmin and Tom Tom are more or less the only companies still making these devices, though a lackluster Koolertron unit did make the list for its low price.


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Last updated on November 06, 2018 by Daniel Imperiale

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