Let’s face it. Riding with friends is always fun, but it’s not without headaches. Whether you want to keep the group running or you want to establish clear channels of contact, this is true-even daily off-road trips can become a logistical nightmare.
But with Garmin‘s new “Tread” GPS navigator, the goal is to simplify the experience so that you can focus on the important thing: riding. For example, it has a “group riding radio” function, which can track and two-way communication for up to 20 riders. And because of its Bluetooth support, you can even pair it with a helmet or headset so you can put your hands on the steering wheel. But that’s not all-Tread is also equipped with an ultra-bright 5.5-inch touch screen. This additional feature gives you full control over pre-loaded topographic and street maps, public land boundaries, and high-resolution BirdsEye satellite imagery. First, this off-road navigator equipped with a series of built-in sensors, InReach compatibility, and robust IPX7 and mil-spec 810 construction. As a result, GPS can push it away at any time. The product is available now at a price of US$800. Click here for more details about the Garmin Tread Powersport Off-Road Navigator.