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”
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”
Tuesday combined with some dry spring weather before a rainy week, a day off of work, and a strong desire to get out on the bikes.
My wife’s Blur (she has now named it the Sexy Vixen) is out of … Read the rest “Shaking Out the Cobwebs”
It’s been quite a summer. I haven’t updated much because I’ve been working a lot and when I’ve not been working, I’ve been riding a lot.
I’ve ridden a lot at Fort Harrison State Park.
I’ve … Read the rest “Busy Summer of Rides!”
I wrote a few weeks back that I had lost my Garmin Forerunner 205 after a trip to Texas. I thought it had to be at my house in Texas. I have made do for the past few weeks, borrowing … Read the rest “Running and Town Run Trail + Ft Ben + Garmin Forerunner 310XT”
An article posted on BikeRadar today implicated GPS data sharing in a string of bike thefts in the UK recently. The gist of the article is that thieves can use shared data to track the riding habits of people, especially … Read the rest “Activity Sharing Security”
I have had a number of questions from readers about how to get some certain trail data onto their GPS. That answer is complicated, because it depends on the trail data and it depends on the GPS you have. If … Read the rest “Making Transparent Maps for your Garmin GPS with GPX2IMG”
I wish I could stake a claim on that word, but I can’t. I have no idea who came up with it, but I’ve been seeing it around lately.
The short of it is that Strava’s segments competitions are pretty … Read the rest “Don’t be a Stravatard”
I ordered a Paul Components Stem Cap Light Mount to use on my On-One Pompetamine commuter bike, and it arrived via USPS today.
It’s a nice machined piece of aluminum, of typical Paul Components style and worksmanship. I got black … Read the rest “Paul Components Stem Cap Light Mount Review”