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Unable to find Specialized Enduro S-Works 2012 in Europe, we were very lucky to get an opportunity to pick one of these sweet rides from Lars at Trail Head Cyclery, San Jose, CA. Read more...
Thank you Lars & Trail Head CycleryApril 22, 2012 | Bikes
New article about cameras for MTB trails now available in the Gear section.
Pointing and shooting on MTB trailsApril 21, 2012 | What's New
New article about selection of DH / freeride pedals now online.
Hunt for quality pedalsApril 15, 2012 | What's New
New article about managing maps on your Garmin device now online.
Managing maps on Garmin - Hooray for JaVaWa tools!April 9, 2012 | What's New
I ended up choosing GPSMAP62st to be my new GPS for mountain biking. Why GPSMAP62st? Mainly because of its size and proper keyboard. St version comes with preloaded European 1:100k scale recreation maps. I received the unit today and did some running with it. My initial impressions are actually very positive. GPSMAP62st feels responsive, in that sense reminding me of GPSMAP276C. I never got the same positive initial feelings with my Zûmo 660 which felt quite sluggish (especially panning the map) for me, maybe after being used to the powerful 276C. GPSMAP62’s user interface feels quite nice and easier to use the good old 276C. Interesting to see how it’s gonna deal with TOPO maps, especially scrolling. Hopefully I will get a chance to test it this Easter. For pros and cons of different GPS units, see my previous writing, click here.