Mel (Newton )
The ads need to state that these will not fit a square tube handlebar such as all Goldwings. I did some serious modifying and did get it to work however. Also for the high price of this thing, it should at least come with an operating handbook. It doesn't. It wants you to download some huge file for a handbook. So I am still learning trying to figure out how to operate it. On the plus side it is a nice screen with shade protector and has good 3D graphics.
Anthony (plano )
Works with a Sena 20S headset. If you want GPS directions while you are connected to another headset, you have to have it connected as GPS with HFP. That means no stereo music. You can connect the garmin to the 20S as a phone with multimedia and get stereo sound but when you are talking to another rider, the GPS will cut off the conversation to play directions. This is a limitation of the Sena 20S.
Adrienne (San Diego )
This is a great GPS. I bought it because of the anti-glare and the "curvy road" option for motorcycles. It truly is the easiest to see display in direct sunlight that I have ever used and it is super tough and durable. It was somewhat of a hassle to set up initially, but now its great.
dredd (claverack )
This item enables you to wire a second bike for the Zumo unit you already have. With it there's no need to purchase a second unit. Works perfectly as it's Garmin made for the 665/660 units.
Pascal (Brooklyn )
Great buy, easy to configure and setup. Long press on power button to turn it off. Got the Garmin tire monitor, setup and sync was easy as well. Can't wait to take it on a long trip.
Erik (São Paulo Brazil )
I'm using it for 1 year and it is just great. It never failed and never left me alone. The downpoint is that the screen as it is a touchscreen can't be cleaned while on use. When on dirt roads it get dusty and is impossible to slip your glove without change anything. The audio is clear, The motorcycle mount is rock solid, the car one which comes with, is not so good The cable showed bad contact within few weeks and persists. It requires a bit to get used with once you have to navigate mainly from the menu and there is no short cut to come back to navigation, you will have to touch every single screen back and back, except on music player mode. On this case it show a button to go direct to it. But after all i love it.