There is also and included Bluetooth headset from Cardo that works great for in-helmet communication between you and the device. Apparently the Bluetooth headset is kind of a moot point since most people that can afford an $800 GPS unit for their motorcycle can probably afford a helmet with integrated Bluetooth.
The unit is also apparently very rugged and can even stand some water, up to a foot of it for 30 minutes to be exact. There are two different models, I am assuming both are European, but I gather that one has maps and languages for all of Europe on it, that one is the $800 one, and the other has only maps and languages for a given region on it, that one goes for a $101 less.
Born To Be Wild: TomTom Rider 2nd Edition Is Out [via gizmodo]