One of our customers, Greg, sent us a story last year about his motorcycle trip down the western coast of the United States. Posted in our GPS City Gallery, the story is shared again as part of our Friday Feature.
Last January, Greg drove his motorcycle, a 2008 BMW F800ST, from Portland, OR to San Diego, CA. Spending the majority of his trip on the Pacific Coast Highway, Greg enjoyed clear, ideal riding weather when traveling southbound.However, heading north on his return trip, "the weather turned wet." Luckily, Greg brought his Aqua Box along for the ride. The Aqua Box is a waterproof box designed specifically to protect your GPS from various elements like rain. The clear Flex-Lens lets users utilize their GPS without touching and damaging the actual GPS screen. In Greg's case, the Aqua Box was protecting his Garmin nuvi 760, which attached to the RAM mounting he installed on his motorcycle. For Greg, the Aqua Box "worked perfectly, to protect the nuvi." See Greg's original post from February 2010 here.
Do you have a similar motorcycle story to Greg's? Did you recently try geocaching for the first time? How did using a GPS change your daily commute? If you have a story, we would love to hear it! Submit your story and any accompanying pictures to our GPS City Gallery.