Trail Tech took on a competitive market in the GPS world with the Voyager GPS almost a decade ago. There was a rising need for a off-road motorcycle GPS and the company with a strong history in motorcycle gauges made what it felt was the ideal unit. It was packed with features, mostly in connection with the motorcycle, and did almost everything a GPS does. It was small and rugged. But it also lacked some features that were emerging at a rapid pace, most notably storage of maps and color.
Since then GPS units have advanced at the pace of the cell phone (which seem to be the new GPS for most) and Trail Tech have been busy with the next motorcycle and UTV specific GPS, the Voyager Pro. DBT has been testing them for over a year now as we were given prototypes to help with the debugging of software and some durability of the unit itself. To say the Voyager Pro has come a long way would be an understatement. It is a well thought out unit with a few very specific motorcycle type applications that could make it the right one for you and your group. And we say “group” because the buddy tracking feature is a great way to stay connected on a ride with others using the Voyager Pro.