TomTom releases GPS for bikes

TomTom has released a navigation device specifically designed for motorbikes in New Zealand.

The TomTom Urban Rider device is now available.

The device is designed specifically for "life on two wheels", said TomTom spokesperson Chris Kearney.

It has a "glove-friendly" touchscreen menu and loud, clear voice instructions delivered through a speaker. The touchscreen is simplified into two buttons for ease of use.

The Urban Rider also has a waterproof casing for bad weather, and a feature called "winding roads" which allows users to explore some biker-friendly routes.

The clamp that attaches the device to the bike is adjustable, to fit different handlebar sizes.

The device retails for $699.

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