Originally Posted by notmybikemodelname
Come out to the KotW in 2013, you'll see quite a few Baja 1000 vets and at least three Dakar vets, among many other very accomplished desert racers doing it for four days straight.
I've raced desert for many years and in rough terrain i'm not taking my hands off the bars to push a button on my gps. Mellow terrian no problem but not 70+mph over whoops and rocks and jumps. You use the gps during the in between moments of rough terrain riding. I do understand what you are saying about using the Montana and the 476 to make one great gps.