The Garmin Zumo 390 is a GPS navigation made for motorcycles. This handy electronic map in a box has a 4.3-inch glove-friendly touch-screen that can be read even in direct sunlight. The Garmin Zumo 390 also has a few cool settings just for motorcyclists, such as a 'Twisty' winding road mode that will map out some sweet carving scenery roads instead of the boring old highway.
Also, the Garmin Zumo 390LM has a Lane Assist setting with junction view where a brightly colored arrow indicates the proper lane needed for you next turn or exit. The Garmin Zumo 390LM has another feature known as TracBack so you can navigate right back to where you started, along the same rout. Another feature is Exit Services that lists gas stations and restaurants for upcoming exits.
The Zumo 390 is of course Bluetooth enabled, so if you wear a headset it will feed you any and all directions. You can also tell the Zumo 390 to look for points of interest through the Zumo Bluetooth interface for a last-minute change of plans or a quick pit stop for food and fuel. Other standouts of the Garmin Zumo 390 are a built-in trip computer with compass display, a digital fuel gauge so you can estimate how many kilometers you can ride before a fuel stop, and a speed-limit indicator so you won't get the rare chance to get a speed ticket.
There are even more add-ons for the Garmin Zumo 390LM, such as ture pressure monitors and a POV camera, known as the VIRB action camera, proving that the folks at Garmin want you to ride safe and have fun while doing so.