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TomTom in a sandwich bag. Cheap and it works fine. Fitted in a bicycle cradle that was £5.00.
 

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Hi is there a waterproof GPS for bikes? what are you guys using or recomending? Cheers Grant
Depends what you want to do with it for road riding i use a tomtom 510 car unit very good unit never suffered from getting water in it and it has got wet cant see why i would want too pay an extra £200 for a tomtom rider2 or even more for a garmin Zumo. For offroading and orienteering i use a garmin gpsmap60csx brilliant and submersible.
 

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Garmin 550 works for me :thumbleft:
 

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TomTom in a sandwich bag. Cheap and it works fine. Fitted in a bicycle cradle that was £5.00.
Ok cool i have an old road angel i can use. although it was crap at directions- i guess it will be perfect for going off road to follow the silly cows directions!!
 

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For on road Tomtom One XL, in freezer bag if raining, same idea as Treadtrader, offroad Garmin Legend on bike mount as gives topography, altitude and mapping for tracks and paths can be uploaded.
 

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TomTom in a sandwich bag. Cheap and it works fine. Fitted in a bicycle cradle that was £5.00.
Similar - I use a garmin nuvi 250 on a bicycle mount on the varadero. Been using it for 2 years without any problems at all. If it rains I put it in my tank bag.
Nuvi = £80
Mount = £5 from ebay
Power = £10 waterproof cigar socket wired to battery
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