The Rider 2nd Edition now rocks up with TomTom’s spiffing Map Share scheme that lets users tinker with the maps by adding newly built roads to the map database. But instead of selfishly keeping this insider info to yourself, you can just pop online and share your improved mappage with fellow Tommys.
Evel Knievel wannabes will also dig the new Help Me menu that delivers whip-smart access to emergency service, or a very nice AA man. The added Itinerary Planner lets crotch rocket straddlers plan multi-stop trips to include an Olympic breakfast at a Little Chef.
And before first edition Rider owners start spitting feathers at the cheek of it all, they should know a free upgrade download is available from the TomTom website.
Out May | £350 (UK maps) £400 (Western European maps)