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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by mleir, Jan 24, 2003.
I'm looking for alt. to the tt RoadBook Holder.
What else is available out there?
Roadbookholder RB-TT carbon - Euro 550,00
Weighs just 540g: lightweight for enthusiasts:
Carbon fibre housing, lightweight side panels and composite cover reduce the weight to the half! The roadbook used by the winner of the 1999 Paris-Granada-Dakar rally
Roadbookholder RB-compact - Euro 85,00
The Roadbook Holder for touring riders
Rallyists have used roadbook holders for years. More and more touring riders also want to benefit from "notes that appear by simply turning a knob". But rally roadbook holder are often too big. Many motorcycles do not offer enough space or the rider cannot see the instruments anymore.
There is a small roadbook holder available now: the RB compact.
For handwritten notes
Small dimensions (90mm x 130mm x 40mm)
Paper width up to 60mm
Rugged aluminium housing
Front cover opens and closes with no tools
With belt-driven paper brake to prevent the paper roll from unwinding
For use on all types of motorcycles
Includes mounting kit for handlebars without crossbar
Optional green, energy-saving LED lighting
Roadbookholder RB-01 - Euro 120,00
Cover closes and opens with no tools
Large viewing area
Rubber belt drive prevents the paper roll from unwinding
drives both paper rollers
Rugged Macrolon front cover
Large knobs for easy and precise operation
Two stable mounting clamps for secure fasting to handlebars
Weighs just 500g (without mount)
190mm x 130mm x 65mm
Roadbookholder RB-TT - Euro 257,00
When designing our roadbook holder, we have used our experience gained over many years. It works with a unique "DOUBLE MOTION drive" which means that two motors control paper transport. Thus the paper is always tightened and does not unwind even at high vibrations. In addition, we deliberately decided not to use rubber driving belts prone to ageing and cracks. We have chosen a direct drive instead. The RB-TT standard package includes a lighting kit and a handlebar control. The roadbook holder is easy to mount and the electrical connections are made quickly. Just connect two cables to the power supply. Then plug in the handlebar control. The handlebar holders including rubber mounts are pre-assembled. The following accessory parts are available: two different mounting plates for mounting an IMO-100 computer with or without control lamp unit.
Reinforced edges for high stability
For A5 roadbooks
Housing dimensions: (L x W x H) 197 x 124 x 70mm
Electrical drive incl. paper brake
Manual operation possible
Includes handlebar control
Opens and closes with no tools
Extra large paper roll: up to 80 A5 sheets (approx. 17m)
Weight: 1000g incl. Mount
Cockpit installation depends on your bike, but they have stuff that replaces your whole instrument panel
Cockpit F650 GS/DAKAR V100
Version 100 for IMO-100R
or 100R300 or 100R Sport
For the use with IMO-100R, IMO-100R100 oder IMO-100R300.
Is Tourtech the only company that makes these? Its not that I don't like Tourtech products. I just want to look at all options before purchase.
I bought mine from my local MX parts dealer. It's made by MOOSE Products, looks like the small one from TT, and cost about $30. Sorry, I couldn't find a picture of it to post.
here is apicture of the moose rollchart holder. It has a removable plastic window which we weren't using for this rally. That's my wife, Amy, doing a superb job of navigating by GPS and rollchart, during the BlackDog.
here is a closer pic- if I find a better one I will post it
PErfect, exactly the information I was having a tough time finding.
In case anyone esle is looking here's the link to Moose's site.
MOose trail/enduro section
Enduro Engineering makes a good one to, not sure of URL but you can find them with a search.
Here's a picture of the one I have...
Ashamed to bump this page up again but I want to ask this any way.
Is there a real reason why you want to have an electrical powered holder? To me, it seems like just something that can break. I can imagine people saying that this is saver because you can keep both hands on your bar but I don't buy that. If you're scrolling down, you'll be looking at your holder anyway instead of to the road, right?
Anything I'm missing regarding this?