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Should I keep or sell Angi?

Old 12-28-19, 10:46 AM
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Should I keep or sell Angi?

So I just got the SWorks Evade II and it comes with Angi. I already have the standard Garmin safety system that will call my emergency contacts if I crash. Do I really need to keep the Angi on my helmet or should I just sell it for some cashycashy
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Yes, I know lots of us were hoping for updates on the collegiate racing scene. I guess the actual road racing doesn't start until March but we should be well into training, team selection, etc.
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Originally Posted by kevin****t View Post
So I just got the SWorks Evade II and it comes with Angi. I already have the standard Garmin safety system that will call my emergency contacts if I crash. Do I really need to keep the Angi on my helmet or should I just sell it for some cashycashy
Umm, is there really a second-hand market for such a cheap little unnecessary device?

But yes, you should really get rid of it. That thing will hold you back on the climbs - it must weigh at least 20 grams.

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Old 12-30-19, 10:31 PM
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Yes, I know lots of us were hoping for updates on the collegiate racing scene. I guess the actual road racing doesn't start until March but we should be well into training, team selection, etc.
Yes. Just started my training plan first race is late March. Sprints Sweet spots and 2 endurance days and 2 days at the gym for core/back.

Also a lot of the cat 1/2 seniors on the team say that I should start in the Cís as far as what group to race in.
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