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Strava Announce “Local” – Top Rides in Worlds Biggest Cities


Today the guys over at Strava announced a new section of the site called “Local”, a collection of popular routes for cyclists and runners alike. Obviously, we’re only focussing on the cycling aspect of this at RCB. So let’s delve in a see what this will mean for us all going forwards. As it stands there are 12 global cities ... Read More »

Tom Tom Multi-Sports Cardio GPS watch – Reviewed


We recently received the brand new TomTom Multi Sport Cardio GPS Watch w Heart Rate Monitor and Cadence/Speed/Altimeter Sensor. This watch is really nice to look at easy to set up, simply plug into a computer, download the TomTom MySportsConnect app and follow the instructions! However, priced at £224 (Wiggle, 2014) the price may seem abit steep for some. Although ... Read More »

Garmin Edge 1000 – Reviewed

Garmin Edge 1000

Having reviewed the 200 and 500 from the Edge series, we thought we’d better step up and get one of the more up to date models. Garmin kindly sent us an Edge 1000 Bundle which contains: – Edge 1000 unit – Preloaded Garmin Cycle map of Europe – Quarter turn mount – Out-front mount – Speed sensor – Cadence sensor ... Read More »

Garmin Edge 200 – Reviewed

Garmin 200

The Garmin Edge 200 is the cheapest Garmin GPS cycle computer out there, at just £79.99 on Amazon. It is a brilliant little piece of kit, it records your current speed, average speed, milage (Km/Mi), Laps, ascents, and even has a “ghost rider” function. If you use Garmin Connect, Map My Ride or anything similar be sure to check the ... Read More »

Garmin Edge 500 – Reviewed

The Garmin Edge 500 Cycling GPS System

The Garmin Edge 500 is a tad more expensive than the Garmin 200 we recently reviewed. Dropping in at around £130 on Amazon. Amazon.co.uk Widgets Read More »