Garmin Forerunner 610

The Garmin Forerunner 610 is a great GPS watch long as you don’t need full waterproof (do not submerse in water) capabilities. The 610 provides a sleek and comfortable alternative to other bulky GPS enabled watches. Benefits of the 610 over

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Garmin Edge 520

Overview The Garmin Edge 520 is a compact GPS that pairs with all sorts of sensors, tracks your progress, and can upload automatically to Garmin Connect to sync to Ride with GPS. Any sensors you have paired while recording will

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Garmin eTrex 20 & 30

The eTrex 20 and 30 is a sturdy GPS unit that is great for all sorts of uses. It runs off of AA batteries so you never have to worry about charging the device or not being able to keep

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Improving GPS Accuracy on Android

If you think it is taking a long time to get a lock on your location when using our mobile application, it may be due to your device’s GPS settings. We recommend setting it to High Accuracy. Go to Settings

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Garmin Edge Touring

The Garmin Edge Touring and Touring Plus are for the casual cyclist who is interested in turn by turn directions. The Edge Touring is pre-loaded with Open Street Map data, so no separate map card purchase is required. The Touring

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Garmin Edge 200

Overview The Edge 200 is a cheap, reliable GPS unit, when a slim and simple design is more important than having every possible feature. It does not support ANT+ sensors, so choose the newer Edge 510 if you are looking

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Garmin Edge 1000

Overview The Garmin Edge 1000 is a top of the line navigation enabled GPS unit. It offers many features that may be useful, though for 99% of users the Edge 810 or Edge Touring is just as capable. We recommend

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Magellan Mio Cyclo 505

Overview The Magellan Mio Cyclo 505 is a great alternative to a Garmin Edge 800 or 810. Available significantly cheaper than the equivalent Garmin Edge 810, the Cyclo manages to provide excellent navigation at a low price point. Unlike the

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Garmin Edge 510

Quick Summary Map a route using our bike route planner and then export a GPX Track for breadcrumb navigation on the Edge 510, or a TCX Course file to get basic turn guidance using the cuesheet generated when you planned the route.

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Compatible Devices

We get a lot of questions around here about what GPS and sensor devices are compatible.  As a general rule, we’ll work any GPS device that has a USB connector and sensor that uses Bluetooth Smart or BTLE. Learn how

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Why is my GPS data sometimes wrong?

You may have noticed that the screenshots on this page look a little different. On November 29, we’re updating the look of our website, and the screenshots you see here show our new design. The Ride with GPS website has

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Uploading Rides

You’ve recorded a ride with your GPS device, now upload it to the Ride with GPS website in one of several ways: Upload from a Garmin device Garmin Express Via E-mail Forgot to record your ride? Upload to the website

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Garmin Edge 810

Quick Summary: Download and install Garmin Express to always get the last updates for your Edge 810 and to take advantage of our Auto-Sync feature. Recommended Settings: If you want turn-by-turn directions and have base maps installed, the following settings

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Garmin Edge 500

Garmin Edge 500 Tips and Tricks The Edge 500 is a cyclist favorite, when a slim and simple design is more important than having every possible feature. While the Edge 500 may miss some of the mapping functionality provided by

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