GPS Navigation 

The Ultimate How-to for Handheld GPS & Ride Computers 


Dial in your GPS for Comfort and Ease of Travel:

An evening workshop designed to build a concept of Handheld & On-board GPS navigation for a variety of user. No matter if you are riding motorcycle, hiking or even scuba diving, we will address topics such as electronic map creation, trip planning, interfacing and data exchange between users. Don't wait too long for signing up, this course is very popular and fills up quick !       

Our expert instructors are always present with fresh material, ensuring you make the most of your experience at AMA and leave with a result you're proud of!  Please bring the device you will be navigating with. 

Getting Here:

All of our workshops take place in Victoria, BC. Courses will either be taught at the Vancouver Island Safety Council or Frank Whites Diving Store in Victoria BC. Sufficient Parking is available at no cost.    



Garmin GPS and individual USB data cables , your personal Wifi capable Laptop (WINDOWS 7 or higher), a Desktop PC or laptop

Experience and software required:

Basic computer knowledge. As part of the workshop, a GPS, laptop and a working installation of Garmin BaseCamp and Google Earth software is required (we will provide downloading information). Electronic Maps are not required and will be provided during the workshop. Maps already installed on your GPS are an asset. We may work in teams of 2 , depending on the skill level of the participants.

Max. Group Number:

10:1 client to Instructor ratio. Please contact us for larger bookings. 


An evening session upon request (currently taught via Zoom), please email. A minimum of 2 people is required

What's Included:

Online documents, examples, GPS trackplots  

Amaruq Motorcycle Adventures Ltd.

P.O Box 407, 

Brentwood Bay, BC


Ph +1 (250) 808-1776

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