The Bryton Rider 310 has been okay, but since Strava ALWAYS throws out wheel sensor data from the device, and RideWithGPS totally mucks up the distance calculations, I decided I wanted something more reliable and versatile.
I wanted detailed mapping, … Read the rest “Garmin Edge 520”
In early January, I was approached by the folks at Bryton to test a GPS of theirs, the Rider 310. More specifically, they sent me a Rider 310T, which includes a HRM strap (soft strap type) and a cadence sensor. … Read the rest “Bryton Rider 310T Review”
As part of my recovery from acute myeloid leukemia, I set some fitness goals for myself. Early goals were more running and general fitness related. I ran a 5k. I ran a few more 5k’s. I eventually ran a half … Read the rest “I Did It”
My last post about this bike was before I had even finished my own build. I’ve been too busy riding it! Here’s a build summary, followed by my impressions.
Here’s my build list:
Salsa Bucksaw frame (med) blue
RockShox Bluto … Read the rest “400 Miles: Long Term Salsa Bucksaw Report”
I got my hands on a GPS accessory recently that I’m quite impressed with. Rec-Mounts is a Japanese company that makes TONS of mounting accessories for lots of applications. They sell some of their products on Amazon, thankfully, because it … Read the rest “Rec-Mounts Stem Spacer Computer Mount”
This is some old stuff I’ve been dragging my feet on posting. This past winter, I made myself a pair of pogies. They’re awesome, but I do need to tweak them a little for next winter. After going through the … Read the rest “DIY Mountain Bike Pogies”
Yesterday the wife and I traveled to French Lick, IN to try out the mountain bike trails on the resort.
The verdict: Win.
It was a relatively short ride because both of us have been working hard this summer, and … Read the rest “French Lick Resort”
Ever since it was announced April 10, 2014, I’ve been committed to making this my next mountain bike.
When the 2014 SaddleDrive event came around and Salsa started taking orders, I stepped up and told my local shop I was … Read the rest “Riding the Salsa Bucksaw”
Fitting regular rides in along with working two jobs and significant volunteer commitments tends to leave the website feeling neglected.
How about some pixels, some words, and some GPS tracks to make us happy?
Even though I only had one … Read the rest “Summer Rides”
Last week had a nice stretch of dry, sunny weather in Indiana for springtime and I took advantage getting a couple rides in on my days off.
My first ride of the week was on Wednesday. I had the whole … Read the rest “Spring is in Full Swing”