I remembered Ally’s warning when I first got the GPS that the bit that holds the GPS in place will break if its treated roughly and I have always treated it gently.
For the last few days it hasn’t felt as strong as usual and today it just gave up the ghost when I took the GPS out during a stop, it hadn’t quite broken off and I was hopeful it would hold out, it did until later on when on a bumpy track it snapped right off and the GPS was jumping about.
Luckily it was right outside a home and I managed to get three rubber bands to hold it in place with, these did the job perfectly well and the rest of the day went with no problems at all.
These two saved the day with the rubber bands
Now to ride home and get some more spare rubber bands because as we all know Ram GPS mounts and rubber bands don’t last forever, they will give out on you somewhen
Jumpin Chicken&Pizza was tonights eatery, 119 Baht for that lot and was it filling, a lot cheaper and in my opinion a lot better tasting than what KFC is