Leglites is an innovative, easy-to-use new product for easy high visibility for cyclists. Leglites are lightweight, high visibility garments that you simply zip onto your calves, or slip onto your forearms.
This post has charts and videos to help you decide between the Garmin Edge 1000 vs 820. First there is a chart comparing all features of the Garmin Edge 1000 vs 820, and then I discuss the differences between them. Then I have another chart that shows only the differences between the two bike computers, so you can easily see the differences between the Garmin Edge 1000 vs 820.
This post compares two premium GPS bike computers: the Garmin Edge 820 vs 520. These are identical in size and share many features, but there are some key differences that you should be aware of, if you are choosing which one to buy.
Here is my review of the AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Cordless Bluetooth Open Ear Bone Conduction Headphones, which are quite new to the market, but have quickly become my go-to cycling headphones. They are cordless (Bluetooth) headphones that conduct sound to you via vibrations on your cheekbones, instead of by plugging up your ears. This makes these headphones ideal for people listening to music while vulnerable to traffic, such as pedestrians and cyclists. The new CORDLESS Trekz Titanium Bluetooth open ear bone conduction earphones are a great idea, and have been very well designed. This review will help you decide if you want to try this new technology.
The Garmin Edge 1000 is currently the cheapest I have seen it in many years – so I decided to get the word out with this special post. The Garmin Edge 1000 is on sale right now (25 April 2017), discounted by $100. This hardly ever happens, so if you are interested in getting one for your spring/summer training, grab it while it lasts! The Garmin Edge 1000 is best suited for serious or competitive cyclists who wish to take their cycling skills and performance to a whole new level.