Have decided to sign up to the latest strava challenge. My understanding is that time spent on the rollers can count towards the mileage. I use a polar cs500 to record my data. Anyone know how to convert the data produced into a format that can be uploaded to the strava site?
I bought the Bryton 20 with HRM this week and I still am not able to manage to link the two. I think I have made the HRM discoverable but alas nothing is happening. Any ideas or advice would be gratefully received.
I am considering the Bryton 20 with HRM but I'd welcome the thoughts of others out there about this please? Not looking to spend loads. Up to £120 ish. Thanks.
With smartphones growing in popularity, more and more people are turning to their phones to run their training schedules. Not many will work with ANT+ devices though, so it's good to see products like this HXM chest strap using the almost universally supported Bluetooth platform. And it's a great bit of kit too: well made, comfortable and reliable.
Aimed principally at Triathletes and Cyclists, Decathlon’s Geonaute is a slightly quirky, yet very user-friendly training aid – great for cross training but more experienced riders will want something more advanced.
So much more than simply a heart rate monitor, Cat-Eye’s MRC H220 does pretty much everything bar make the tea while remaining relevant and user friendly for novice and seasoned riders alike.