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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Get fit, stay healthy, don't overtrain - they're the humble aspirations that many of us aim for. But across different workouts, not to mention different sports, it's always been tricky to figure out the right amount of effort to stay on track. Too much? Not enough? Strava says they've taken out...
  2. Components, Wrenching
    The Fitbit Surge claims to be a super watch, but while it's super as a watch, heart rate and GPS inconsistencies need to be addressed. Lowdown: FitBit Surge Fitness Watch According to Fitbit, the Surge is designed to be a fitness super watch, bringing together all-day activity tracking...
  3. Components, Wrenching
    The author sets the Wahoo Fitness TICKR X using her smartphone before starting a ride. The market for wireless training tools that work straight out of the box with gadgets we already own-like smartphones and tablets-is growing quickly, and understandably so. For those of us frustrated with...
  4. Components, Wrenching
    Mio is a brand that we are familiar with because we reviewed the Mio Alpha strapless heart rate monitor on our sister site Mtbr.com a while back. At Interbike, Mio was showing their latest product called the Velo. The Velo is a wristband for cyclists that measures heart rate continously with EKG...
  5. General Cycling Discussion
    The brand new Polar RCX5 offers the first dual frequency chest strap ever, allowing the watch to pick up heart rate while swimming, and still use WIND anti-interference technology in the bike and run. This watch was just released and looks to be Polar's biggest triathlon product release ever...
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