Lowrance is most common gps. But if on a bike I would use a iphone and LEADNAV app. Learn how to have give you audio notes as you reach the spot of importance.. You wont have to look att he unit just listen to it.
Thanks!!!!!!!No to the iphone, no to the lead nav app, no to voice notes - hes not driving a vehicle with a gatorade in the cup holder hes on a bike.
Get a garmin Montana and the appropriate ram mount. They make a bitchen ball mount that uses a through bolt that goes into your handlebar clamp. Use that along with a short two sided arm to attach your garmin to the bike. Send me your cell phone in a PM and I will text you some pics on what my set up looks like. Also, you will want to run a hard wired power cable from your battery along the wiring and up to your bars to have power 100% of the time. People say you can just follow the arrows but the safety net of following a gps track line is very reassuring when you have been in the desert for 3 hours without seeing anyone and not seeing stakes and arrows for 20 minutes at a time.
No to the iphone, no to the lead nav app, no to voice notes - hes not driving a vehicle with a gatorade in the cup holder hes on a bike.
Apple products dont charge fast enough and overheat. Especially at the 500.