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So far, this has been an outstanding application! You can set up multiple screens and configure each screen for the data you want. It does come with 12 screens already set up.
What I meant to say was the tire has NEVER been removed.
Ive had no problem, it's still mid 90's when I ride. I am drinking a LOT of water!
I'll look again, but this was stock tire with 400 miles.
I went out for my ride today and heard a noise like a bump on a tire. I put the bike up on my rack and spun the wheels expecting to find something in the tire, or a bulge from broken tire bands,
Wow, a little late;
I'm at 99.5 which is better than last month at 33. So I'll bust 125 this month!
This mount works great with an Otterbox Defender!
Mount is Amazon.com: Annex Quad Lock Universal Bike Mount Kit - Black: Cell Phones & Accessories
Installing it to otterbox...
Wow, great to see your name!
You have been and still are an inspiration to me!
The 500 will calibrate the wheel using the GPS. If the GPS is ON, it may show zero on a trainer. Turn GPS OFF when using trainer.
No problems at all with my unit.
I have had my Iphone 5S mounted and rain proof!
I have a Garmin Edge 500, but for 59.00 cyclemeter will also get speed and cadence, and heart rate.
If I go this way, the Garmin could go unused. (removed and sold)
Anyone using this...
I have my dream bike, 2012 cadd8 105, brooks B12
Get the bike NOW, my bike is much faster than it was 30 pound ago!
Tuesday it was 92-93F when I went out for my 11 miles. Garmin read up too 100F. It will be that hot again today. There was a benefit to second shift, riding in the morning before the day heated up.
I darn cranky the 3 day without a ride!
I quit eating my ride's back, and dropped 30 more pounds.
Eat 500 calories less than your need. And ride!
MFP is a great tool
OK. Point taken.
Maybe it's time to get a better fitting pair a cycle shorts. I bought these 45 pound ago.
I'm sure thinking about buying one.
And I thought I did god by getting in 44 miles last week. That's great, and welcome!