The next evolution of Trail Tech's most popular off road GPS, featuring patent pending Buddy Tracking, Bluetooth for phone and media connection, 4" color touchscreen, and full vehicle integration. Buddy Tracking connects multiple Voyager Pro devices to a private location tracking network. Once connected to the buddy group, you will see markers showing the name and location of all group members. No cell signal needed, the Buddy Tracking works using sub-gigahertz radio signals. The technology supports up to 20 riders in a single group. In order to enable the buddy tracking feature you must install the external vehicle to vehicle antenna. The mesh network capability increases the comfortable following distance between you and your buddies. The typical antenna range between buddies is .5 to 1.5 miles, increasing with line of sight and fewer obstructions.
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NOTES: The Trail Tech Voyager Pro is offered in three kits. One for Adventure bikes, one for 690/701 bikes and the other for Enduro/Off-road based bikes. The Enduro/Off-road kit has added accessories for speed and running temperature, whereas the Adventure bike kit comes with a RAM mount.
All kits come with:
Adventure Kit (922-123) Adds:
Enduro/Off-Road kit (922-129) Adds:
The next generation of trail riding technology has arrived. We're proud to announce the Trail Tech Voyager Pro! The Connected Riders GPS! Info at www.trailtech.net/voyagerpro
Posted by craig smith on 21st Sep 2021
This GPS helped navigate through the Daniel Boone National Forrest with ease riding my 790 Adventure. My only complaint is the instructions are kind of vague. Once I got familiar with the interface it was awesome. I could read it standing, sitting, shade, direct sunlight, you name. It's tough too, I forded plenty of 2 ft_ + water crossings and had a few spills, No issues mounted with the Vanasche aluminum mount.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Aug 2020
First I’d say definitely go through the online manual. This computer does a ton of stuff. Physically very rugged, I used the aluminum guard also. Very intuitive and easy to use, but again read the manual or you may miss out on some cool functions.