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    GPS. Whats best?

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    Lexmark

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    GPS. Whats best?

    Post  Lexmark on Wed Jun 19, 2013 3:01 pm

    Hi all,
    What GPS units are riders using?
    Im looking for one that can track where weve been all day and then download to laptop later.

    Any suggestions?

    Steve
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    Re: GPS. Whats best?

    Post  rikidooos on Thu Jun 27, 2013 6:09 pm

    I use a Garmin Etrex Ledgen HCX as its very robust and easy to use.

    petergj

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    Re: GPS. Whats best?

    Post  petergj on Wed Jul 17, 2013 10:50 pm

    I have a SATMAP - like the Garmin, it is easy to use. Route can be planned on PC and downloaded onto SATMAP. Also, a days trail riding can be uploaded onto a PC. When I bought the SATMAP, they did a custom map for me covering the Moors and Dales.

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