Cyclists get lost too. That's why iRiver, traditionally a media player manufacturer, has released a bicycle edition of their navigation system. Slashgear reports that this revamp to the iRiver NV comes with a smaller size, no integrated DMB TV tuner, and a scaled-up touchscreen UI designed to accomodate gloved fingers.
The NV runs on Windows CE 5.0, and comes with an SDHC card slot and integrated speakers, plus a 3.5mm headphone jack. This system comes packed with an in-car mount, but you'll have to pay extra if you want to get a handlebar mount for your bicycle. The NV itself runs about $156 USD, which is a great price for a solid touchscreen navigation system.
Currently, the iRiver NV is only available in South Korea. With any luck, it'll hit Europe and the U.S. soon as well.