I've found a way to keep my TomTom One GPS (mounted on a Ram Mount on the handlebar) powered after researching past posts. Many have tapped into the auxiliary plug in the headlight bucket but I already have a lightbar connection there and didn't want to risk tapping into that for fear of overloading the circuit, so I routed the power cord (6ft long) from the GPS under the tank, secured by duct tape there, then just under the seat along the frame rail with zip ties, and into the right saddlebag. In the saddlebag it plugs into my Walmart plug, which is plugged into my battery tender leads hooked to the battery, the Walmart plug cord is just long enough to plug into the tender leads under the seat and into the saddlebag to meet the power cord from the GPS. When I take the GPS off the bike, I just disconnect the plug from the GPS and stash the plug in my windshield bag, then disconnect the Walmart plug from the battery tender plug and put the rubber cap back on. From the right side of the bike you cannot see the cord unless you bend down and look under the seat or behind the right saddlebag. I turned on the bike and the GPS a few times, everything worked okay but haven't ridden it like this yet. Attached are pics. Any suggestions, comments, criticisms?