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Tom Tom Rider Motorcycle GPS

The TomTom Rider Motorcycle Navigation allows you to always ride with the latest map. Get to your destination faster with Free Lifetime Maps - for the life of your product, you can download 4 or more full updates of the map on your device every year. You receive all updates to the road network, addresses and Points of Interest. 

PC Route Management via Tyre Pro lets you get an early start on your touring excitement. Use Tyre Pro to search, create and edit routes on your PC before you upload them to your device.


  • Plan the quickest way to get to a destination or point of interest 
  • Plan to have an adrenaline-filled ride - just choose Winding Roads and your TomTom RIDER will show you the most thrilling way to go 
  • Plan to have a great ride in advance - create a route from scratch or find one online, customize it and save it to your device 
  • You can change it or share files via Bluetooth, even when you’re already on the road 
  • Capture your route from beginning to end - Trip Recording remembers every spontaneous detour and waypoint in between 
  • Glove-friendly screen responds instantly to touch and is designed for riding in any weather 
  • The TomTom RIDER connects to your phone, so you can call handsfree via Bluetooth while you’re en route
  • Map coverage - Pre-installed map of US and Canada
  • Other country maps are available on TomTom's website 


  • TomTom RIDER device 
  • RAM mounting hardware
  • Charging Bike Dock and cable 
  • USB home charger 
  • Software package for route planning on PC
  • PC Route management via TyrePro
  • Instruction manual


  • Battery life up to 6 hours autonomous operation
  • Bluetooth for handsfree calling and data exchange
  • 4 GB internal memory
  • Screen size 4.3" (11 cm) multi-touch screen
  • Screen type 4:3 sunlight readable screen
  • Screen resolution 480 x 272 pixels
  • Waterproof (IPX7) protects against any wet-weather conditions


  • Size (W x H x D) 5.1" x 4.0" x 2.1"
  • Weight 12.5 oz.
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TomTom Rider GPS 4.1 5 17 17
The best feature of this product is the winding road feature Best purchase that I have made. I use the winding road feature all the time. Works great September 21, 2015
Love it so far So far I have only used this GPS locally, but it seems to work great. It paired easily with my Sena headset, but getting my phone to pair at the same time as the GPS has been difficult. GPS is easy to use, mounts to the bike easily, and is simple to wire to the bike for charging during use. Price was right so I went for it. Glad I did. Revzilla was awesome as usual. September 14, 2015
have only used it once as it's brand new to me easy to use but there is no handy instruction guide included...had to go to the website and down load a lot of paper to get directions...so far, l programed in a custom" route from Tyre and thats the route l wanted to follow but when l tried to get it up on the screen the Tom Tom wanted to readjust what l had already planned. l couldn't figure out to get the route l wanted and had made on Tyre to open on the screen. Guess l have to do some more reading for the next time. l do like the choices they give like "twisty roads" when l just have a final destination with out a planned route of my own. July 27, 2015
Good GPS but the Tyre program is clumsy Good GPS for the bikes, A little hard to get used to. the Tyre program is not all that user friendly, but gets you there. June 25, 2015
Better than expected I wondered before purchasing this GPS how good will it be when the cost compared to a Garmin is so much less. I have been pleasantly surprised. It does everything I need it to do. The Plan Winding Routes function is great when you have a destination in mind and don't really care how long it takes to get there. I have it paired to my Sena headset and the directions come through great. As with any new electronic product there is a learning curve. After using it a few times I can navigate the functions easily. I feel this is a good product at a great price. Now all that is left is to see how long it lasts. June 1, 2015
An excellent GPS I've had a Tom Tom for years, and upgraded to the Rider for more maps and to be more motorcycle friendly. This GPS has not disappointed me. The winding route feature has placed me on beautiful and interesting roads. We create routes using BaseCamp and load them onto this Tom Tom using Tyre to convert them to the correct format. I like that I can change a point from a Waypoint to a Destination on the GPS. My biggest complaint is that the communications over my Sena headset is not as seamless as I would expect - sometimes the Rider talks over the communication to the other bike and sometimes it shuts down the communication then reconnects. Turning off voice directions solved the problem. Overall, I am very satisfied with this device. May 20, 2015
Great bang for the buck! Got this from revzillia could not wait for the 400, wanted the garmin but not for 900. Used it local no problems much better than my zumo 450 simple install. Software I think is much better than base camp. Heading out for a week long trip will up date. May 11, 2015
Great GPS for the Price! I've been working with my TomTom Rider for a little over a week now as I get ready for a long trip. I've been able to use most all functions at this point and am very pleased with my purchase. I’m coming from a Garmin Nuvi. As best as I can tell, the TomTom has the functionality found on most navigation devices these days, but it’s been very user friendly and intuitive to get used to and operate. Set up and option selection was simple. Visually the screen seems of a decent size (110cm diagonal) as do the size and arrangement of the mapping and navigation icons. I can read the display even in the direct Florida sunlight. Tyre-to-Travel, which was included free on the Rider, was a great little software application that I really like. Creating and loading maps using Tyre has been a breeze. It seems very similar to the operation of GoogleMaps. Loading maps from Tyre is a simple touch. Loading recorded routes onto Tyre from the Rider is equally simple. I did need to remind myself that these aren't maps/routes that are getting exchanged between Tyre and the Rider. All they are is a series of waypoints, which are literally nothing more than points on a map. Each of Tyre and the Rider navigate between the waypoints … separately … according to the selected options. An example of where this is important to understand is if you set the Tyre application to avoid highways while creating a map, you also need to select that avoidance when ultimately running the map on the Rider. Otherwise, the Rider may send you on a whole different route involving highways between the waypoints. Also, I found that the Winding Route Planner will also include highways as you move up the so-called "Winding Scale" unless you set the avoidance in preferences. Lastly, making changes, skipping waypoints, and skipping discrete roads altogether while out on your travels is simplified with the use of a Quick Menu and what seems to be some quickly accessed options in the menus. The mount and docking cradle seems sturdy enough. I took note of some owners who over torqued the ball plate bolts creating damage to the electrical connection in the cradle. Caution would seem in order; all these products are only plastic after all. A little medium threadlock and a light torque is holding my mount/cradle together fine. I was lucky to be able to wire the harness included in the TomTom package to an existing, unused switched circuit that had a pigtail close to the mount. It’s working fine. So far, I’m pretty impressed with the TomTom. It’s doing its job and for a price that was way less than the competitors out there. Yeah, I'd definitely recommend the product. May 9, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Brad H: When compared with the "other" GPS company and others have said about their experiences, I believe the Tom Tom Rider is the best bang for the buck, and will get you there just as well as the "other" brand. Nov 5, 2015
Everett H: Price / performance Aug 1, 2015
SKI u: I had a Tom Tom Rider 2 it was excellent til it passed away May 14, 2015
Douglas P: RevZilla did a great review on this unit on Youtube. Apr 30, 2015
Wayne G: Spouse specifically requested as a gift. Apr 17, 2015
William G. A: Saw the video; not as costly as Garmin Mar 19, 2015
David B: Can't beat the price, easy install on my 2012 Harley Davidson Road King, works great very happy with my purchase. Dec 14, 2014
Fredrik S: It's a little heavy, both the unit and the hardware to mount it. But, it is a much better value than the Garmin models that are made for bikes. And I like the curvy roads feature - to me it's a no-brainer that most bike-riders would want/need that. Jul 17, 2014
A shopper asked: will the tom tom blue tooth work with the Sena head set blue tooth ? Mar 12, 2014
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Thomas K: The tom tom rider Reference Guide. - [Which can be down loaded I belive on a tom tom site] - can tell you all info on the tom tom rider you need to know. But I did take a look in the reference guide & found under "using a head set" a site you can go to to see a full list of compatible headsets for the tom tom Rider. - Hope this Helps!!!!! [I did not see sena listed.] & The computer would not let me list the site in this note. Mar 13, 2014
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Charles A: I am sorry to say, I Don't Know!" You may beed to access some info ion the Internet that may be too technical for most equipment outlets to be aware.

I hope are able to reach assistance via the Internet so as find the answer to you rquestion.

Much success.
Mar 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: If i buy a GPS from overseas will it have the right maps for me here in australia ? May 6, 2014
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A S: No. GPS units are preloaded with the maps for the region they are sold in. Jul 3, 2014
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Filipe G asked: I do not have a windshield. Will this GPS be secured with direct 60 to 70 mph wind to the mounting kit? May 16, 2015
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Paul B: The device is locked in place via a slide on bracket. The bracket is attached to a Ram mounting system which IMHO is one of the best and most versitile mounts you can get. (extra mount components are available to mount the unit or anything else you have anywhere in any position). The only way this unit is coming off is if you don't tighten it down or lock it in place and honestly you can't lock it in place if the mount isn't tightened down. Love this unit Does everything I want and more. May 16, 2015
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Dave P: Yes. Mine shifts around a little on really rough bumps like pot holes but I can tighten it more to stay in place. Mounting is good. I don't think it would wobble in wind because it is a very short connection.
I guess you could mount a really short windshield if you wanted I am certain it will be fine.
May 23, 2015
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Joe W: Yes, this mount will keep the unit secured! The mount is made by RAM and won't let the GPS loose until you want it off. I have used it on a dual-sport riding off-road bouncing around and it kept the GPS secure. The wind should be no problem. May 16, 2015
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Raymond P: Hi Filipe,

I would suggest to secure the arm swivels with a good glue after adjusting it to the desired position. I do think this is the very best way for your bike.

May 20, 2015
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michael f: I do have a small windshield, but having mounted this and seeing how stable the mounting system is, I believe that the lack of windshield would not be a problem at all! May 18, 2015
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David B: Yes no need to worry. I have a windshield which I remove every so often and have never had an issue at highway speeds (70-75). May 16, 2015
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John G: I do have a windshield, but I think the mounting should be able to take the wind, no problem. May 18, 2015
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Bruce R: Yes, the base mounting unit is very secure. Highway speeds should be no problem. May 16, 2015
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Fredrik S: Yes, it would be secure in the wind. May 16, 2015
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william m: It certainly will. May 16, 2015
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Erik S asked: Hey guys, I am a long time customer and I don't appreciate you removing my question about whether or not anyone has tested this thing WITH GLOVES ON? Given that electronics are not returnable, this is a very reasonable question. Oct 1, 2014
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Jon R: Hi Erik,

I did a lengthy ride with this unit (14,000km over 25.days) and it performed well with gloves on. The interface has large "buttons" that respond accurately even when wearing winter gloves. Also the software is excellent. The "winding roads" feature worked well most of the time with only the occasional redundant detour.

HOWEVER, and this is a big one, the hardware for this unit was a MAJOR let down. When I screwed the unit onto the mounting bracket, the screws pushed through the casing and cracked the plastic. The plastic was very brittle and crumbled. As I was leaving the next day, I couldn't return the product leaving me no other option but to secure the broken frame with JB weld. This worked well and the unit performed great for about 7000km. Then, the unit mysteriously stopped charging. It would go into shutdown mode and then power would come on and it would start up again. I found the problem to be thus: extended vibration during the ride wore down the grooves that the unit slides into when attaching the computer onto the mounting bracket (the seemingly well designed quick release system). Well the problem is that the power connectors stop connecting when the unit isn't perfectly in place. I used JB weld again to fill in some of the worn plastic and it worked for a while but on the last 3 days of my trip the unit was just dead weight on my dash.
Tom Tom has a great product here that I would repurchase if they redesigned the mounting system.
Moral of the story: for short rides on smooth roads with a smooth ride (I have a thumper), the Tom Tom Rider will probably do the trick... But then, why even own a GPS?
Moral #2: always carry JB weld in your tool kit.
Oct 2, 2014
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Dave P: Works very well with all types of gloves. Don't need those special gloves for touch screens. Really good GPS but not with Mac or Google Crome.
Must use with PC and Internet Explorer when planning pre routes otherwise no issues. Garmin has a wider use base with other riders for sharing files.
Oct 2, 2014
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Paul B: Hey Erik S,

Yes the unit works with gloves on very well. I was worried that with gloves on I would hit the wrong button or multi buttons but NOPE it seems to know what I want. I would recommend a screen protector though. I really enjoy this version, my ZUMO hasn't been used all season.
Oct 2, 2014
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Nathan V: I bought this gps for a cross country trip, and the touchscreen works surprisingly well with gloves on. I never tried typing while moving but navigating the menus is made easy with large icons and the screen is almost as responsive as if you were not wearing gloves. Oct 2, 2014
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A s: It is more responsive with gloves than bare fingers. It works great with my tourmaster adventure gel gloves. Still works with my winter insulated gloves but not quite a well. If you already have a TomTom and are familiar the operation this a a clear choice. Oct 2, 2014
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Joe W: I have used mine with gloves on and it works just fine. Believe me, I had my doubts with this lower priced unit and have worked hard to find its flaws. So far I haven't found any problems and am very happy with the Rider. Oct 2, 2014
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David B: I think it's a great unit for it's price. I really like mine but, after using mine without gloves for a few months , I think you would have with gloves on. Oct 2, 2014
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Kevin P: It works fine with my Scorpion SGS gloves. Nothing special about the gloves that I know of. It should work with any gloves as far as I know. Oct 2, 2014
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George D: It works fine with gloves. I finally have something good to say about it. Oct 2, 2014
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David C asked: As a practical matter, is the screen large enough so that you can navigate by only glancing at it occasionally or do you really need to connect to a microphone in your helmet to make GPS useful? Apr 10, 2015
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Douglas C: The screen size is really nice in my opinion. I'm older, wear glasses and never use the Bluetooh when I'm on the Bike. The screen visibility holds up as well as any I've seen in direct sunlight.

I also use the GPS in my Truck on regular long business trips. Used the Bluetooth a few times but found that I don't need it.
Apr 10, 2015
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Fredrik S: It is big enough to be practical for me. I don't ride with headphones, so I haven't tried it with the audio, yet anyway. If I am in an unfamiliar area I do tend to stop and orient myself from time to time. My biggest wish is that the GPS could tell me in advance which small roads are actually gravel, and which are not.

Apr 10, 2015
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David B: The screen is large enough so you can navigate without voice commands, you can even zoom in and out. I just think voice commands are a nice plus. Apr 10, 2015
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David C: Thanks, Doug
I'm probably older than you are, and you gave me some good news.
Apr 10, 2015
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David C: Thanks Fredrik,
That's what I was hoping for.
Apr 10, 2015
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David C: Thanks, David
I think I'll go for it.
Apr 10, 2015
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Robert Y asked: If the dock is connected to the bike's battery while the gps is not mounted, and it rains, will it short circuit the battery? Nov 21, 2014
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Dave P: Robert I guess it seems like it could. I was in a drenching heavy down pour and put the GPS away while the cable was exposed to the water and rode 3 hours and it was fine.

I installed it differently but my answer to your question would still be right.

I plug it in with a male / female connection where I plug the battery tender and cap that when not in use. That way it is a direct connection to the battery and I turn it on and off on the GPS, not the keyed switch which would turn it off when the ignition is off.
Nov 22, 2014
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Paul B: The mounting clamp will cover the pins from shorting out. have had absolutely no issues in the rain, did a 10 day trip with rain every day. Nov 22, 2014
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Robert Y: Okay thanks! Nov 22, 2014
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Russell Z: Yes. It will probably start a fire and burn out the controller. I would stay away from that. Nov 21, 2014
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A S asked: Hi, I have beach bars with a thick diameter. Will the mounting bracket provided work on bars with a thicker diameter? John Mar 22, 2015
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David K: They won't if you open the box. No refunds on electronics. Anthony says so in the video.

It's no big deal to buy the parts from RAM to fit the beach bars.
May 8, 2015
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David K: It's a RAM mount so other options would be available through RAM. May 5, 2015
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David B: I think so, but if they don't Revzilla will take unit back. Really I don't think you will have problem. Apr 10, 2015
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Xi S asked: Is this the latest 2015 version? Mar 19, 2015
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David B: I bought mine in summer of 2014, at that time it was current version of Tom Tom Rider Apr 10, 2015
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Gary W: At the time of purchase this was the newest edition. Mar 19, 2015
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Raymond P: Well, I really do not know because Tom Tom do not give the information regarding the version. At least I did not find anything specific about that. Sorry! Mar 20, 2015
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Haley C asked: Hi,

Is this the latest version of this Tom Tom i.e. Tom Tom Rider 2?
Apr 30, 2014
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Paul B: Hi Haley C,

This is, if I am not mistaken, 2 generations after the tomtom rider 2. There was a tomtom urban rider in there somewhere. This tomtom was released late 2013 in Europe and made available north American in 2014. It is the most recent Rider as of today and in my opinion the best to date.
Apr 30, 2014
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Douglas C: Yes, my review is on the latest version purchased 01/2014. Apr 30, 2014
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Haley C: Thank you :) May 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the new Ride 400 worth the waiting? i am looking for a motorcycle GPS and debating between the Tom Tom Rider and the Tom Tom Rider 400 coming up in august. Any advice ? Tony Jul 10, 2015
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michael f: Not knowing what additional features the 400 will have makes advising you rather difficult! I can tell you that I have been very happy with the unit I have, and the features that exist currently are easy to use, and very intuitive. I cannot imagine what additional bells and whistles that I could hope for. Jul 11, 2015
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David B: I like my Tom Tom Rider but, if a new version is coming in August , i would wait to see what new. Also maybe their will be a price on the (old) rider version. Jul 11, 2015
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A shopper asked: interested in a gps that will work for dual sport navigation off road can the new tom tom accomplish this easily ? I am not the most tech person so downloading at an event needs to be straight forward. Course will be single track at many points not road.

Jun 13, 2015
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Salvador S: I was with a group of about 40 riders and there were about ten riders with the Garmin zumo gps and only two of us with the new Totom rider, they all eush they had bought the Totom, it is very easy to use and yeas you can set your way points for any kind of road paved or not. It uses a software that it's much more user friendly. Btw it is almost half the price of the Garmin. Jun 13, 2015
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Paul P: Sorry, I have only used it for 1 trip. Still very new at using this device. Jun 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: I returned my brand new Garmin Zumo since it would not follow routes without me having to select waypoint after waypoint manualy. Does this TomTom model follow routes as it should (IMHO)?

Ex.: I create a route with
- start
- waypoint 1
- waypoint 2
- end

On Garmin I set it to follow the route, select my start. It then asks me where I want to go on my route (!). If I select the end, it recalculates the "best" route and ignores the waypoints. If I select waypoint 1, when I get to it, it thinks I am done. I have to then select waypoint 2 to get to it. Very annoying on a bike! P.S.: I do not need Garmin support, they already told me the newest Garmin models do not follow routes with waypoints like their previous models did...

So will I be able to do that with the TomTom Rider? Can it follow routes with waypoints?

Jan 29, 2014
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Douglas C: I have had the TomTom Rider for about a month now and have used it on two long trips in my truck (it's been too cold for the motorcycle here in Illinois). This is my first TomTom after using four Garmins over the past 10 years. I purchased the TomTom because I was frustrated with Garmin's poor customer support.

First thing I will say is that TomTom does some things a bit differently than Garmin. So for Garmin users there will be a transition period. You really need to spend some time with the manual and practice a bit.

I agree that creating routes with waypoints on a Garmin can be time consuming and frustrating.

TomTom has a very nice feature (explanation hidden deep within the manual) that allows you to create waypoints via City Centers. In TomTom a route is called an "Itinerary". Create an Itinerary with a start point and a destination. Then create waypoints using the "Via City Center" feature. Simply type in the city & state of the towns you want to pass through or around.

When you have entered all the City Center waypoints then simply press "Calculate Fastest Route". TomTom realizes you do not actually want to go to the City Center and routes you via the fastest route through or around the City Center to your next waypoint. This seems to work seamlessly and is big improvement over having to create specific waypoints. I have created 10 or 15 Itineraries using this method with ease.

Another great feature of TomTom is that when connected to your computer you can operate your TomTom remotely. An image of the TomTom display appears on your computer screen and you can use your mouse and keyboard to create Itineraries, load them and check to see if TomTom routes you as you expect.

There has been a learning but I'm glad I went with the TomTom.
Jan 30, 2014
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Charles A: I do not know the answer to your question as I have purchased the TomTom Rider GPS based on friends' recommendations. It may be of value to ask TomTom Rider that question directly through their website. I do not even know what a waypoint is. I'm sorry I do not know how to help you. Good luck in your effort. Jan 29, 2014
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Edward H asked: Can you wire the gps to a standard car 12 volt plug? I have a 12v outlet right by my instrument cluster and figured that would be easier than wiring it to the battery. Aug 20, 2015
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Dave P: Yes Aug 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Which Bluetooth headset would be the best choice to use with the TomTom rider? Main concerns are... As near to waterproof as possible, able to use a dual set (riding 2 up),wired mike, connect able to both cell phone and the TTomTom rider. Pairing and or taking (conferencing) with other riders, is of no concern and FM stereo system feature is not at all important. Mar 27, 2015
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David B: I have a Schuberth C3 Pro helmet with their SRC system. Apr 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: My handlebars are thick beach bars. Will the mounting bracket provided work on bars of a thicker diameter? Thanks John Mar 22, 2015
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Lynn W W: I mounted mine on a BMW R1200GS which has very thick bars.
No problem with the RAM mount.
Mar 22, 2015
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A shopper asked: Dan S: Would it update Maps from U.S.A to Australian Maps ? Jun 22, 2014
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A S: Yes, but they won't be free unless you have a worldwide model. Jul 3, 2014
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