A simple, cheap routesheet holder
Hear is a useful idea I found on the YACF forum Somnolent said: charging of Garmins from a dynamo while on the move is problematic even in the dry. Nothing that can’t be overcome mitigated with a little ingenuity. Been running my Etrex (HCx) from the Luxos USB offtake for a couple of years now. I’ve …
A comprehensive review of the current offerings here: Best GPS devices for cycling Bikeradar’s review of the best units for riding, training, touring and navigation Update: Keep an eye on the forthcoming Hammerhead Karoo
I could not agree more with Pamela Blalock who says: “A good brevet bike is one you use on a brevet with little or no hassle or pain. This means the bike is: reliable and comfortable has enough storage capacity that you can carry what you need for the distance and conditions (including clothes and …
Have you ever wondered if your cleats are set up correctly? This page has some detailed information on attaching and setting up different cleats. Steve Hogg’s thoughts Joel Friel on Midsole Bike Cleat position
Your smartphone can be a powerful navigational tool, whether you have cell service or not. Using Your Smartphone as a GPS Unit
Garmin’s Etrex series of GPS units are used by many people in preference to their cycling-specific Edge devices because they are robust and take replaceable batteries. If you want to know how to set it up a Garmin Etrex 20 or 30 GPS for randonneuring, Francis Cooke has a very useful guide.
Microshift’s prototype 11-speed electric eXCD drivetrain was on display at the Taipei 2016 Cycle Show. Said to be available sometime in 2017, it looks promising.
Purpose-made cold weather cycling boots.