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I have put this watch through the ringer over the past 4 months and have found my opinions at this point. This watch is great fit on the wrist and the buttons don't accidentally press when in use. The Fenix looks nice and is user friendly when setting up or when working with it in the field. I just recently spent a year with the Forerunner 610 and this watch had accidental button issues and a small screen.
The GPS when working does download nicely with Garmin Connect and provides a really good interface of your route/training history that is usable and easy to use. Kudos for this feature as I find it indispensable.
So that's the good, the bad is I constantly have issues with the satellites initially connecting, the ANT+ does not always stay connected to my HRM band and the bluetooth is useless as it does not connect to my IPhone. The ANT+ issue is really bothersome as adding additional devices like power is not gonna happen.
Garmin really needs to allow us to download the latest software to the watch and make this unit truly dynamic and a tool that you can modify and grow with your needs and activity. Why we don't have good software upgrades is boggling to the brain with today's technology and fast changing pace of software development.
This is a good watch just don't expect it to do what it's little microprocessor could be possible of doing.
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5 5

My wife has these sneakers. She says they are true to size. The toe box is average to large sized - which works well for her. She has done lots of trail runs in the Tetons on the Arrow Trail, Crest Trail, and Grand Targhee Trails, etc...: she says these sneakers hold up in colder fall or wintery conditions (even without the Gortex) and have great sole stability and fabulous traction - even when climbing on wet or loose conditions. This is her third pair of Salomon sneakers; she wont go for anything else. She also gets alot of comments on the color - people love them!

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5 5

This has been a much appreciated accessory piece in my winter Rock-N-Roll trainer training regiment. At first I wondered if the rock-n-roll would make a differance, it does. It really allows me to feel like I am on my bike and not just fixed to my trainer. This matching turntable riser ring to help this feel, and is absolutley essential for allowing your upper body to ride the bike like you do outside. I feel it really takes the stresses off the bike frame as well, and this is pretty important for your frame.

Really, this is a game changer for doing intervals when the temps outside just are not cooperating. I have also started using the Kinetic trainer tires and it has made the unit even quieter and my good outside tires don't get worn out on my trainer - check their tires out. The training mat is nice as well for keeping the sweat cleanup easy and off your wood floors.

I use this for base training starting in December and spend alot of time sitting near 225 Watts for a month and then start upping the Watts in February through March. This really works well.

I am using the Road Machine right now as I am on the road for work traveling with my bike and trainer. This is a great option as well, but does not even compare to the Rock-N-Roll. I will add a review soon on the Road Machine after I use it for awhile.
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This has been a much appreciated piece in my winter training regiment. At first I wondered if the rock-n-roll would make a differance, it does. It really allows me to feel like I am on my bike and not just fixed to my trainer. (I also have the matching turntable riser ring to help this feel). The platform is pretty wide so you will need some good space to set this up but once you find its home the stability of the base when rocking side to side when standing is indispensible. Really, this is a game changer for doing intervals when the temps outside just are not cooperating. I have also started using the Kinetic trainer tires and it has made the unit even quieter and my good outside tires don't get worn out on my trainer - check their tires out.

I use this for base training starting in December and spend alot of time sitting near 225 Watts for a month and then start upping the Watts in February through March. One very noticable feature the unit has is the with increased speed you put out increased Watts withought having to go through your whole cassette to get there. I really like this progressive nature of the consistent road-like power curve that increases as your speed increases. See the Chart for yourself here - http://www.kurtkinetic.com/documents/Power_Curves419.pdf
This really works well.

I am using the Road Machine right now as I am on the road for work traveling with my bike and trainer. This is a great option as well, but does not even compare to the Rock-N-Roll. I will add a review soon on the Road Machine after I use it for awhile.
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5 5

I spend several hours/day on the bike the training in needed to be competitive. Aside from a clean kit every day I reach for my mesh under layer shirt. A good mesh shirt is indispensible as it raising your cycling shirt up off the skin creating a air pocket that allows evaporation to occur. This in turn keeps you cool when it hot, and warmer when its a bit cool out. This Castelli mesh is my go pieces during the summer months and is built to last with double seams and strong thread construction.
I have been wearing an undershirt for years and cannot imagine not have this essential layer on under my kit to keep the air flowing over my skin.
Get yourself a couple and you will wonder how you lived with out them.
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5 5

I have had a pair since the fall, and now look forward to wearing them after every intense ride, ski, or nordic workout. The cool reflective stickers are wearing thin, but the performance of the tight has remained unchanged. I actually wore these on the nordic track and in the skin track in the backcountry all winter and was pretty psyched to have the extra muscular-skeletal support that these provide. I am now wearing them after long hard rides, or long car drives to new riding adventures to help blood flow between the heart and the legs, I think they are also going to help expedite recovery. Get yourself some...you'll be happy you did.
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5 5

These shorts are sweet shorts for commuting, running to the store for groceries, or cruising the park. I like these for running around town when I don't want my lycra on, nor do I need the lycra. The leg openings are loose but don't catch on my saddle, and they breath pretty well for baggies. I have a pair of Serfas Zip pockets shorts and these are very similiar..Good purchase.
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