Calimoto sat nav for bikes

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Calimoto sat nav for bikes

#1 Post by Richzx6r » Tue Feb 26, 2019 11:54 am

Just want to say iv just got this and so far have done one rideout using it and it lived up to the hype, the free app has decent features but it's fairly cheap if you want to pay for it at £5 a month I think and you get one map free or the whole world maps for £60 but it has a few features like finding the twistiest and nicest roads in your area, the voice commands are easy to follow if you haven't got a mount and it has quite a few other things like speed. Av speed, height, miles left and ETA, premium also has lean angle and acceleration data so yea if you haven't already got it I'd suggest giving it a go
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