Tag Archives: Garmin

Friday Group Ride #329

Friday Group Ride #329

I set out by myself after my last two friends texted me their regrets. Normally that would be a recipe for feet-up couchtime. I’m not the best at rolling with altered plans. Some might even ...

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Kissing GPS

Kissing GPS

The first time I bought a bike computer I had to take a piece of string and follow the circumference of my bike tire and then place that piece of string on a yard stick to figure its exact ...

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Lezyne Introduces GPS

Lezyne Introduces GPS

When you think of the many components and accessories on the market, there aren’t many near monopolies. There’s the Greenfield kickstand and … the Garmin’s GPS units. ...

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Schwinn CycleNav

Schwinn CycleNav

In the town where I grew up you either had a Schwinn Varsity or you knew someone who did. Same with the Stingray. A bike path had just been built and it was covered in Schwins. I had a Columbia. ...

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Wahoo RFLKT+ and PROTKT

Wahoo RFLKT+ and PROTKT

  Cinelli never had as firm a hold on the buying fate of cyclists as Garmin does. Generally speaking, when I’m on the road, riders either use computers, or they don’t. And if ...

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2013 Interbike, Part 7

Cyclops showed a new trainer interface that allows you to ride over videoed courses. You’ll have to put together the big-ass monitor set-up yourself. but it dials up wattage on the hills ...

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Friday Group Ride #179

Sometimes, late on a Friday, when I’m plotting a course across a digital map, seeking out roads I haven’t ridden, trees and lakes and towns I haven’t seen already, I get the ...

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Friday Group Ride #174

My takeaways from the first week of the 100th Tour de France are as follows: 1) Corsica is beautiful, and despite the narrow, nervous, crashy, not-altogether-organized nature of the opening ...

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Announcing the Recon Jet

  I’m going to begin by saying that it’s not in my habit to write posts in response to a press release. Reprinting a press release isn’t RKP’s editorial mandate; put ...

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