Summary: Good GPS for motorcycles. Love the winding road option. Tried it on a local ride to a fimiliar destination and it took me on a very interesting route. Look forward to using it on a trip to the NC mountains. Installation and hook up was easy. Already had a mount from the Garmin I was using, designed for my bike. Two downsides however. Most touring bikes have a 12v lighter type recepticals and a plug for this would be nice.
Summary: I have owned the previous version of the TomTom Rider and was less than thrilled with the long term support, thus the only 4-star rating at this time. With the old unit, the mount was a weak point. After about a year or so, the mount would fail to charge the unit and replacement mounts were not available in the US, only through the TomTom UK store at roughly $100. For a $400 unit, that is a substantial percentage of the total cost.
Summary: Needed to replace a Zumo 550 that had failed. After looking at prices and options made the decision to buy the TomTom. Overall it has most of the features that I needed but with the price difference between it and a new Garmin made the decision to buy the TomTom. Screen quality is good and unit easy to operate. For the difference in cost I am pleased with the unit.
Summary: Nice unit works great with gloves but the software takes some getting used to. Also the GPS menus are different than what I am used to. If you already have a TomTom I am sure you will have no problems. Linked easily to my Sena headset in my helmet.
Summary: The winding roads feature is awesome. The unit is user friendly and works well with gloves on. Still learning how to use all the special features. The Tyre software I'm finding it hard to use or understand, a how too tutorial would help a lot. I still think overall the unit is a great unit from a quality built point of view.