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  1. Hi everyone my 6 month old Garmin Edge's one ear broke off? Would Garmin help out or am I left on my own to sort it out?
  2. Hoping to get some help here. I've googled around and can't find the exact thing, but I'm guessing if it's possible someone on here would have figured out how. The problem: I want to be able to view WHERE I am on an elevation profile for a certain route - quite practically, I've often done (Mtb) races and pulled out my phone to look at the elevation map, cross that to how many km's we've done, and been able to go "OK, looks like we have that x big climb left", or "we're this far now into that hard piece" etc. I'm wondering if somehow, using the EDGE 520's segments or route profiles, you can load a race's route before the ride and be able to map yourself during it on the unit itself. i.e. on one of your data screens, have some version of the 'total' race and be able to track yourself on it.
  3. Hi Hubbers - Not sure if there is a thread like this so sorry if there is already one. I'm in the market for a decent cycling / gps computer.......navigation is not necessary but will be a added bonus. Main features to track your ride; display HR / Cadence / Power ect. I would really like to have a device where I can import a previous race and then compete against that time.....I assume this will be like virtual pacer? So if my previous CTCT time was 4hrs, I want to know how far I'm off in reaching the goal. Any advice or device you can recommend? Garmin / Wahoo / Bryton ......... ?????
  4. Garmin have quietly introduced the successors to the Edge 520 and 820 GPS units, with the new devices boasting Garmin's new ClimbPro feature in smaller and lighter packages... https://road.cc/content/tech-news/259675-garmin-launch-edge-530-and-830-gps-units?fbclid=IwAR3gary3LcSok7pt-yxtC-r9GjRavJWj-LVAVoo4BSPGBjPzK9gkDLACWb4
  5. So the EGDE 130 was promised at 169 GBP, which comes to about R2843. But then Garmin SA decides to pop in into a bundle and voila, we sit at R4300, not the value proposition I was hoping for...
  6. HI Hubbers, To those of you attend the Meyersdal VA, I lost my Edge 520 in there on Wednesday afternoon between 3-4pm. When the device turns on my name and number does show. If you have found it, please return!
  7. Hi Hubbers! I have been using my Edge 520 device since Nov/Dec 2015 and I have had very little complaints. I attempted to use the Courses function this past weekend .Very simple (in theory), you plot the route on GC and download to the device. Then you 'start' the course and ride towards the start, it picks up that you're on the course and it takes you from there. Could someone who has used the Courses function often please help me: When your Map is displaying (when the line is purple), it only gives me 2 options to display along with the route, speed, elevation or whatever. But under the Courses function you can choose stuff like Heading, Speed, HR, Time/Dist to Next. What is next? Is that the next turn? Also, is there a way so that ONLY the map shows? Do you have to turn all your other screens off under the Activity Profile? I think the Courses function is very cool, but on the Edge 500 (which I had before) it was very crass, and on the 520 it's not user friendly. I suspect units like the 1000 and 820 Explore have a much better Courses function/interface. Thanks for reading and commenting!
  8. I am in the process of updating replacement values on my insurance policy. One of the items that I need to update is a Garmin Edge 305. In the event that it should get lost/damaged/stolen, what would the equivalent replacement model be? Thanks Edit: It is the bundle with the Cadence sensor and HRM belt
  9. Hi guys, I have searched but seen nothing on it. I got given a new garmin cadence sensor but it does not seem to talk to my 705 head unit. Anyone else tried this setup? Shot.
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doKfNMJ6xZU JOIN connects everyday cyclists from all over the world by enhancing and developing the sport’s social nature through mobile technology. Cyclists can find rides all over the world, connect with friends and other cyclists, stay in touch, ride together and share their experiences through photos and comments. The unique JOIN technology is available on the Garmin Edge 1000 and Edge 820 through a custom JOIN widget available on the Connect IQ store. Through the widget, users can browse and download routes and participate in rides directly from their Edge anywhere, anytime. JOIN is one of the many new software features released for Garmin Edge devices. Other updates include Live Track Auto Start, Strava Beacon and support for Shimano and Trek accessories. For more information, visit the Garmin Connect IQ Store.
  11. Today Garmin announced a new partnership with the JOIN cycling platform. The JOIN applications for both the Garmin Connect IQ Store and the App Store are designed to help riders connect their daily cycling life on and off the bike. Everything users love about cycling is now combined into a single smart app for iOS. Click here to view the article
  12. Good Morning, Anyone out there that can give me/us, a heads up on where to find the BEST deal for a Garmin EDGE 25 GPS/Heart-rate bike computer Bundle? Thanks in advance
  13. Hi Techie Hubbers, I'm struggling to configure multiple bikes on my Edge 520. Any of you out there that can help?
  14. Garmin International Inc. today announced the Edge 520, the first GPS bike computer with Strava Live Segments. The Edge 520 boasts a myriad of advanced analysis features including time in zone, functional threshold power, cycling-specific VO2 max and recovery time, indoor trainer support, cycling dynamics and in-ride segments through Strava and Garmin Connect. Additional connected features and a high-resolution, color display offer cyclists a complete package of cutting-edge features in a compact, lightweight device. Click here to view the article
  15. “We’re excited to announce the Edge 520 and our strategic relationship with Strava – providing cyclists with the first GPS bike computer to have Strava Live Segments,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of worldwide sales. “The Edge 520 taps into cyclists competitive edge and offers them the latest in innovative training tools.” Live Segments and Advanced MetricsGarmin Edge products are the only GPS bike computers to feature Strava Live Segments. As the first GPS bike computer with Strava Live Segments, users can upload segments directly from Strava to their Edge 520 to receive instantaneous data, compete for King of the Mountain or Queen of the Mountain titles, and improve their personal bests. Additionally, the Edge 1000, Edge 810 and Edge 510 will add support for Strava Live Segments via a software update in Q3. Users can also tap into their competitive edge with in-ride challenges through Garmin Connect segments. The Edge 520 provides new advanced performance and power analysis to maximize training efforts. Advanced metrics include time in zone, functional threshold power and watts/kg tracking, cycling-specific VO2 max estimate, a recovery advisor and cycling dynamics – revolutionary metrics that provide feedback to cyclists on their position and pedal form. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eua9CDTOeyw Exceptional Display and Connected FeaturesThe Edge 520’s aerodynamic design features a high-resolution, 2.3” color display, providing ideal visibility. With up to 15 hours of battery life and compatibility with GPS and GLONASS satellites, it is built to handle endurance rides. The Edge 520 integrates with compatible Shimano Di2 electronic shifting systems and standard ANT+ sensors including power meters, heart rate monitors, speed and cadence sensors, the newly announced Varia™ line of smart cycling devices, remotes and VIRB. Additionally it pairs with compatible ANT+ indoor trainers for data display and control. When paired with a compatible Bluetooth device the Edge 520 can instantly upload activities to Garmin Connect for post-ride analysis, instant sharing on social media, and with the Live Tracking feature users can allow family and friends to follow their rides in real time. Users can also stay connected with family and friends during a ride with the Edge 520’s smart notifications that display incoming texts, calls and more. In Garmin Connect users can download courses and follow them on the device, receiving turn indications throughout a ride, and compete against other cyclists on previously ridden courses. Edge 520 users can upload to Garmin Connect and download courses and segments via a PC or Mac. The Edge 520 is expected to begin shipping in Q3 and has a suggested retail price of $299.99 and $399.99 bundled with a heart rate monitor, cadence sensor and speed sensor. It will be the on-bike device used by Team Cannondale-Garmin during races beginning in July.
  16. “Answer the call for adventure with the advanced mapping and navigation features of our latest GPS cycling computer, the Edge Explore 1000,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of worldwide sales. “Featuring cycling-specific maps and points of interest, the Edge Explore 1000 also offers innovative features that help create a safer riding environment for cyclists while they explore new routes.” With the Edge Explore 1000 cyclists can explore new rides provided by the device or easily map their own routes. Using the round-trip course feature users can simply enter how far they want to ride and a starting direction, and the Edge Explore 1000 will calculate up to three course options. Cyclists can also create new courses themselves directly on the Edge Explore 1000 using the preloaded map and points of interest. Or, they can plan and download courses using Garmin Connect or third-party apps.The first Garmin device to offer incident detection capabilities via an integrated accelerometer, the Edge Explore 1000 can manually or automatically send a cyclist’s location to emergency contacts in the event of an accident. It is also compatible with the innovative Varia line of smart cycling devices, including a first-of-its-kind rearview bike radar and smart bike lights. These features help create a safer cycling environment, allowing cyclists to stay focused and enjoy their ride with peace of mind. Additional ANT+ sensor compatibility include power meters, heart rate monitors, speed and cadence sensors and VIRB. Ideal for all riding conditions – rain or shine – the Edge Explore 1000 features a large, high-resolution 3” capacitive touch display that adjusts automatically for low-light riding conditions, offers up to 15 hours of battery life, and is compatible with GPS and GLONASS satellites for fast connection. When paired with a compatible Bluetooth device and the Garmin Connect Mobile app, the Edge Explore 1000 offers live tracking, incoming call and text alerts, social media sharing, weather, wireless uploads and sending/receiving courses. The Edge Explore 1000 is expected to begin shipping in Q3 and has a suggested retail price of $449.99.
  17. Garmin today announced the Edge Explore 1000, an easy-to-use GPS bike computer with cycling-specific maps and points of interest. Ideal for touring and adventure, the Edge Explore 1000 features preloaded Garmin Cycle Map with routable road and bike paths, elevation data, points of interest and address search. Users can discover new routes with its ability to create courses on device by inputting a distance and starting direction and choosing from up to three cycling-friendly courses. Helping create a safer riding environment, Edge Explore 1000 is the first Garmin device to offer incident detection capabilities and is compatible with the Varia line of smart cycling devices. Click here to view the article
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