Best Motorcycle Sat Nav

You'll never get lost on a road trip again with a top, reliable, and accurate motorcycle sat nav.

Two bikers in the sunset using satnavs

by Jim Blackstock |

Aside from a helmet camera, motorcycle sat navs are a pretty essential component of any bike ride you take. They're a great way to help you stay on track, find a campsite, a petrol station, not to mention they help you avoid getting lost.

In order to get to your destination easier than ever before and in a timely, stress-free manner, bag yourself one of the best motorcycle sat navs.

The Best Motorcycle Sat Navs:

Garmin Zumo 346LMT-S

Editor's pick
Garmin Zumo 346LMT-S
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A powerful offering from Garmin, the Zumo 346LMT-S features a 4.3-inch touchscreen that thankfully is compatible with riding gloves. Garmin Adventurous Routing will find curvy or hilly routes so you can enjoy your ride even more. It even offers both satellite and map options.

Pros: Not only does this have a glove-friendly screen, but it is also resistant to harsh weather, UV rays and any unfortunate fuel spills.

Cons: It is one of the more expensive models.

TomTom Rider 500 World

Best motorcycle sat nav for long journeys
TomTom Sat-Nav - Rider 450 World
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Want to travel with your motorcycle? This sat nav has everything you need, from world maps to traffic updates.

Pros: The 4.3-inch device can also be operated with a gloved hand, and there is less chance of getting into trouble, thanks to lifetime speed camera alerts.

Cons: Sometimes this device loses out on WiFi connectivity.

Beeline Moto

Best value for money
Beeline Moto

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Controlled via an app on your smartphone, the Beeline uses a small screen that displays directions only, not a map (just like in a video game). Designed for classic motorbikes that would look odd with a big screen attached to it.

Pros: It looks great and is a simple, yet effective option.

Cons: The simplicity of the design means you won't get any traffic updates or a view of the map.

Garmin Zumo 396MT-S

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Garmin Zumo 595LM
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The 396MT-S a premier model and offers a wealth of features and connectivity to provide the all-round device for your motorcycle.

Pros: This comes with 'adventurous routing' and lifetime EU maps, which is perfect for an expedition into Europe on your travels. Bluetooth connectivity means audio prompts are available through your intercom, as well as the option to play music and access your mobile phone.

Cons: Fitting the wiring is hard because it is pretty bulky. But don't worry too much, because once it's in place, it will stay there.

BW All Terrain 4.3 Inch Motorcycle GPS Navigation System

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BW All Terrain 4.3 Inch Motorcycle GPS Navigation System
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The BW All Terrain does exactly what you need it to do - it gets you from A to B. Functions like the 4.3-inch touch screen and Bluetooth connectivity are everything you need from a motorcycle sat nav.

Pros: It's a budget-friendly option that will help you go on adventures, even in the rain. Not to mention, it has 4GB internal memory.

Cons: You have to put the whole address in to find somewhere, so if you only have the postcode this might be difficult.

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Jim Blackstock is the Commissioning Editor for MCN and an expert in motorcycle product testing, helping our readers know what products offer good value and why.

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