Just looking for some advice and tips on navigating. I've only been cycling for a year now but am finding when i go on longer routes (therefore in unknown areas) i keep having to stop and look at a map/end up on a motorway!
Just wondered how others follow a route, find a route or make up a route as they go!
At present ive tried taking a map but memorising key roads/features; making concise notes and a)sticking to top tube b)writing up my arm!
Am considering a top tube case with a clear panel for my phone?
Since having bought a Garmin Edge 500 last March I have since had to replace my speed/cadence sensor in August as it was not reading cadence or speed.
My speed/cadence sensor has just broken again! I am getting cadence but no speed. This means that it could cost me an extra £50 (minimum) a year to keep speed and cadence data!
Anyone else experience similar problems?
The Garmin Oregon 450 is a rugged personal navigation GPS, which can be used whilst travelling on foot or bike.
The wealth of features make this an exceptionally useful device for anyone for walks or rides out in the wilds of the UK.
Full details can be found on the Garmin UK website
This Garmin Oregon 450, bought from Cotswolds Outdoors, comes bundled with the Ordnance Survey GB 1:50k Discoverer map plus additional bike mount.