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Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
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I am tired of changing batteries in multiple cycling computers and having different computers on different bikes, etc.  I am thinking about a Garmin or similar GPS system (I don't want to rely on my…Continue

Tags: smartphone, bluetooth, electronics, watch, speedometer

Started this discussion. Last reply by peter moormann 10 hours ago.

FS: Kids' Specialized Hotrock 20" 6-speed

For sale is a kids' Specialized Hotrock with 20" wheels and 6 speeds.  Three kids learned to ride on this.  Apart from some battle scars, some of which are shown in the photos, it's in good shape.…Continue

Tags: 20", Hotrock, Mountain, Kids, Specialized

Started Sep 14, 2014

SOLD: Adams Trail-a-Bike Original Folder with 2 Hitches - $60

For sale is a black Adams Trail-a-Bike "Original Folder" (now called the "Original Folder One":  …Continue

Tags: child, bell, kids, trailer, adams

Started Sep 14, 2014

"You can kill anyone with your car as long as you don't really mean it" article

Thought I would put this out there.  The author's reporting and logic leave a bit to be desired--in particular the lazy suggestion that CM and RoS are the same--but the article speaks sympathetically…Continue

Tags: robert, vais, negligence, DUI, hamel

Started Jun 18, 2014

 

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peter moormann replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"I lived for 30 years without, pagers, internet, mobile phones, GPS,Macbook pros. MP3 players, Ipads...... But might that might be nice for trail lights "
10 hours ago
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to in it to win it 8.0 mi's discussion I rode today. Did you?
"Pleasant temperature today. Nice ride."
Thursday
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Josh L.'s discussion The Importance of Lubing One's Kryptonite Lock in the Winter
"WD40 is not a lubricant at all.  "
Thursday
Chitown_Mike replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"I have a Garmin Forerunner 205 that my mother was willing to part with, and I really like it.  Slightly bulky for a wrist mounted unit, but you can get a bike unit.  So far it has been very accurate and I record my commute as well as my…"
Wednesday
Louie Louie replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"I had been happily cycling without tracking miles and speed for about two years and now this thread has me looking at the Garmin 200. $99 if you buy it refurbish from garmin. Thanks..."
Wednesday
Matt M. 18.5KM replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"http://www.peterwhitecycles.com/ewerk.asp ...you say that now....  ;-) "
Wednesday
KevinM replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"I use a Garmin Montana. It's kinda big, but it works great as a unit that I can use in my car, on my motorcycle, on my bike, etc. it's easy to load and share routes and will hold a charge for an all day ride. It also uses AAA batteries as…"
Wednesday
Jaik S. replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"I've got a set of Helios Bars...I am really hoping they open the data up for better tracking, light timing, etc. This one (The Bike Hawk) looks interesting. Another one, Bike spike was on Kickstarter. I contact them about getting a refund…"
Tuesday
Yasmeen replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"I just went from a tri-watch Garmin to a Garmin Edge 1000 and I love it. "
Tuesday
peter moormann replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"MeH! Spend your hard earned  money on tires, chains and brake pads. Bikes don't need batteries. "
Tuesday
djm replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"Not to hijack the thread, but Ive found that my wired Sigma computers run 3+ years per battery.  Recent ones also autoswitch between two bikes, too. Back on topic...I recently acquired a Garmin eTrex.  Its a general purpose GPS (GPGPS?),…"
Monday
Asper K replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"I bought the "Garmin Edge Touring Navigator" last year and have basically been disappointed by it. Sometimes it's ok, but it's not up to date on bike trails, bike friendly routes.  I've found google maps in bike mode to…"
Monday
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to in it to win it 8.0 mi's discussion I rode today. Did you?
"Great ride in this morning.  Did not feel as cold as it is."
Monday
Lisa Curcio 4.1mi replied to Andy Moss 9.5's discussion Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?
"If all you want to do is track distance and speed, even the Garmin 200 will work. I have mounts on the two bikes that I ride regularly and can quickly switch the computer.  It is USB rechargeable. If I wanted to put it on one of the other…"
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Current GPS Devices - the good, the bad, the MEH?

I am tired of changing batteries in multiple cycling computers and having different computers on different bikes, etc.  I am thinking about a Garmin or similar GPS system (I don't want to rely on my phone, although the ability to integrate with a phone would be a plus), either something that mounts on the bike, like a Garmin Edge 510 or similar, or a wearable one.Anyone have any thoughts or recommendations on particular devices or brands?See More
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Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Mark's discussion Car - Bicycle Accident
"Same thing happened to me a couple of years ago.  It was surprising to me how much being dazed by the accident makes it difficult to do the right things. It's not too late, but don't delay!"
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What I ride:
Road, Mountain, Track, Divvy (bike share), Fixed Gear
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Distance, Competition / Racing, Around Town
What brings you to The Chainlink?
Keeping on top of the local cyclist community, volunteering, daydreaming, etc.
About me:
Partner with a very, very big law firm. Habeas counsel to prisoners at Guantanamo. Adherent of the Bike+1 rule, symmetry afficionado and tinkerer.

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At 9:55am on February 17, 2014, The Grizz said…

   How much for the Panasonic &/or would you sell wheels separately?

 
 
 

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