You are always available and hear calls, messages, music, etc.
Listen to the features of your smartphone with Siri or Google Now ™ and listen to music, calls, messages, weather forecasts, etc., while you're on the go. Get smart phone notifications to read aloud through the headset
- you're always within reach, but you can still focus on traffic. FEATURES TomTom Road Trips: Conquer the road with the best, carefully selected routes in the world
- exclusively available for syncing with your Rider 550. Updates via Wi-Fi®: Get the latest maps and software for your TomTom Rider via the integrated Wi-Fi®. No computer required. Smartphone Notifications: Have your smartphone notifications read aloud through the headset. Compatible with Siri and Google Now ™ ***: Use voice control to access functions on your smartphone and listen to music, calls, messages, etc. on the go. Fast quad-core processor: Plan routes faster than ever. Winding and mountainous routes: Find the most exciting winding roads and climbs and avoid boring straight-ahead driving. Planning a roundtrip: Your TomTom Rider will automatically find another way back from your tour. Motorcycle special destinations: Benefit from over 1,000 pre-installed special destinations especially for motorcyclists. Motorcycle route planning with TomTom MyDrive: Create your own thrilling tours with TomTom MyDrive by determining how mountainous or curvy they should be. Then sync it to your device wirelessly. Lifetime Map Updates (World) *: Install and update for life Your Motorcycle Navis at no additional charge Maps of countries around the world. Lifelong TomTom Traffic *: Use intelligent, real-time routes throughout the life of your motorcycle's navigation system to drive off the traffic. Lifetime Radar Cameras *: Alerts inform you about speed cameras on your track. RAM® mounting kit: Includes a rugged RAM® universal motorcycle mount. Delivery: TomTom Rider 550. motorcycle mount. RAM mounting kit.
- FantasticReview by John Hoy
- The Tomtom rider is more the than the GPS in your mobile phone.Review by Mark Robertson