TomTom keeps urban riders on track

Gloved fingers shouldn't have a problem with the large icons

Gloved fingers shouldn't have a problem with the large icons

TomTom is hoping to keep bikers on track with its new TomTom Urban Rider device.

It has a glove-friendly screen with large icons and features advanced lane guidance and IQ Routes, which calculates the fastest route every hour.

“With TomTom Urban Rider, we’re making navigation truly accessible to all users of a powered two-wheeler,” said Damian Woodward, VP sales & marketing at TomTom.

TomTom Urban Rider will be available from the end of May 2010 and is priced from £249.99.

Also coming soon is TomTom Rider Pro, which comes with a Bluetooth headset.

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One Response to “TomTom keeps urban riders on track”

  1. Karen Reilly says:

    As a biker this is brilliant but we have had this before. The biggest thing is whether it is waterproof!


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