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  • #26206

    ValleyMan
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    Latest news on the Powermeter front. After two years of waiting the Vector hits the streets. http://sites.garmin.com/vector/. Good review at http://www.dcrainmaker.com/2013/08/hands-on-garmin-vector.html (this is a top blog for really good in-depth review of all sorts of interesting stuff).

    I note that Pembrokeshire Bikes is shown as a stockist so we can no doubt expect Huw to turn up with one very soon!

    #26208

    Morganite
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    Very funny

    #26209

    Roger
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    VERY FUNNY….but I want one!…and I’ll be very sad if its not under the tree on Christmas Day…it seems almost too good to be true…I’m worried however that it will demonstrate what I know to be true…that I ride using mainly only one leg

    #26211

    ValleyMan
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    Perhaps you should see a doctor.

    #26774

    Morganite
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    Roger now has the Garmin Vectors, Arms race up and way, watch this space.

    #26776

    Roger
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    Its all well and good having the arms..it’s another thing deploying them…trying to train to threshold is knackering..

    #26778

    No “Broken Britain” in the Allen household then. Theyre about £1000 aren’t they?

    I’m not knocking them as I’d love to have a set, but knowing what your power is doesn’t increase it. If you want to be a better cyclist take £1000 worth of unpaid leave and hit the road.

    Though the irony is, that would only get Roger the afternoon off!

    #26780

    Roger
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    What’s all this talk of money? Father Christmas left them under the tree for me….

    #30814

    Triathlon
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    I love the google in this helmet. It facilitates shield my eyes whilst I’m driving. It also has sufficient tinting to make sure that I don’t have to fear about the intense solar affecting my rides. Best Triathlon Bike Helmet Review The goggle is not detachable even though, so it’d pose an difficulty for people who choose to use their own using goggle.

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