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Triumph Teams Up With Beeline For Rider Navigation

Triumph Motorcycles has announced that it will be offering a new navigation accessory via dealerships, targetted at existing owners and owners of the brand's modern classic machines.

Following the debut of Triumph's own SOS app earlier this year, the British motorcycle brand is teaming up with Beeline, a company already well established in the bike navigation world, to bring Triumph branded Beeline navigators to the Triumph accessories range.

Triumph says the Beeline system is designed to give riders all the benefits of this incredibly easy to use and elegant navigation system, with a minimal, stylish and robust design.

The Beeline simply mounts to the handlebar by securely mounting with a quick-release twist-lock system and elasticated strap mount that comes as standard with every setup. and connects via Bluetooth to the rider's smartphone. It then displays navigation instructions on its IP67 rated waterproof screen one of two navigation modes.

The first is dubbed Route, which provides turn-by-turn navigation; and Compass, which enables the rider to follow a simple compass heading to reach the desired destination.

Currently limited to navigation coverage in the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan, the Beeline is priced at £199 with New Zealand pricing yet to be confirmed at the time of writing.

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It'd be challenging to navigate using Compass on my Rocket 3. Might get my wheels dirty...

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