Please show us your GPS mounted to your X-Bike in your favorite location .
I agree, plus I don't want anything in the windshield vent area.I like the looks of the center mount, but I still think the left handlebar is the most PRACTICAL location to mount the GPS on the Cross Country.
No matter what...I always have a paper maps (several actually, and even a small atlas) that fits under my trunk liner...doesn't take up any space.Actually I got a bit lost last weekend and when I turned my phone on there was no coverage anyway, so I waved down a passing car and they had a paper map!
I'm with you Arkiebiker. I have a GPS but I found it took away, rather than added, to the riding experience. I'll look at a paper map, and if I need to I'll make turn notes and tape them to my tank or place them in the window of my magnetic tank bag. Sometimes a map goes in that bag window.No matter what...I always have a paper maps (several actually, and even a small atlas) that fits under my trunk liner...doesn't take up any space.
I have a tank bib similar (or maybe identical -- it's hard to say, from that one pic) to MTVic's. The one I have I ordered from Sage Brush Designs right around a year ago; see 10 oz latigo leather motorcycle tank bib.Whose/what tank bag did you find that does not interfere with steering?
To refresh your memory, or if you weren't paying attention in Brattleboro:Please show us your GPS mounted to your X-Bike in your favorite location .
No offense, taken, Ric.A couple of those bikes are more like Boeing 747 cockpits than a motorcycle's. No offense Bill and MTVic, but when do you find time to see the scenery and enjoy being on a motorcycle? When people ask me what motorcycling is about, I tell them, adventure and freedom from the gadgets that seem to want to control peoples' lives. Just sayin'.