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Daily coverage from the 2014 Sea Otter Classic Day 3

Welcome to Day 3 of RoadBikeReview's daily coverage of the 2014 Sea Otter Classic. We’ll be continually updating this page with photos and beta on all the latest in road bike technology.    Read More »

First Look: Sigma Rox 10.0 GPS cycling computer

The Sigma Rox 10.0 GPS is the first of the Sigma cycling computers to integrate GPS technology. It comes equipped with a GPS receiver, route navigation and ANT+ wireless transmission technology, making it ready for your power meter or indoor trainer.   Read More »

CatEye Padrone cyclocomputer – making all your numbers bigger

The Padrone is 85% bigger than CatEye’s popular wireless computer the Urban Wireless, weighs just 39g for the computer and mount, and it’s 22% thinner than their Urban Wireless as well.   Read More »

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I wish to learn about computers

What is the best resource to learn about API,GUI and command line ? I've had a few programming languages in the past and have played with Linux Mint too.Read More »

I hate computers – help me with a new one

They are such POS’s these days. I guess that’s what we get for the low prices. My wife’s laptop keep crashing. She uses it for work and it’s so bad and frustrating. This am, it crashed 3 times in 1 hr! WTF?! It’s a Dell (forget which model) with a Miscrosoft OS (forget which one). It’s only appro ... Read More »

How do non-GPS computers calculate speed?

Am thinking of getting a polar cs200 comp, as i'm happy with cadence, hr, and speed readouts, and with using credit card points, I get how it will calculate the first two, but how does a non-GPS comp calculate speed? And how accurately does it do so?Read More »

Anyone use 2 cycle computers at the same time?

I currently use Bontrager Node 2 cycle computer, which uses ANT+. I'm looking to buy a Garmin Edge 800. I would like to use the Node 2 to keep an eye on my speed/cadence, while having the Edge to record speed/cadence, as well as additional data so I can upload it to Garmin & Strava. This way, I c ... Read More »

Computers with Elevation +/-

For the past 18 months, I've been lurking on RBR.com to get a sense of computers with altitude sensing capability. I made my choice with a sub-$100 Mavic Wintech Alti. It came last week. I haven't ridden yet with it yes so I'm only going to talk about calibrating the altitude function and the featur ... Read More »

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