4 Sale: Garmin Edge 500 ** SOLD **

I used this GPS enabled computer for years with no problems whatsoever. All the original bits and pieces are included; original box, flexible heart rate strap, speed/cadence sensor, mounts, etc.

This thing is the “bee’s knees” as long as you don’t need a full bore mapping computer. For that you’ll need an Edge 1000 or 800 series but then you’d be spending a LOT more.

Try this computer to get into GPS enabled cycling. It’s great and you’ll wonder why it’s taken you so long to get a GPS computer.

The whole shebang is yours for just $65.00!

Contact via email: Tim Harrison

4 Sale: Garmin Speed & Cadence Sensor Like NEW

These units are completely wireless and work with Garmin Edge 1000/810/800/510/500 cycling computers. Check the Garmin website for full compatibility.

I bought ’em for use with my Garmin 500 but then got a Wahoo Element computer. So these things are as good as new with all original packaging. You will not be disappointed.

Retail $69.99 will sell for $45.00

Contact via email: Tim Harrison

Riding the Chief Ladiga/Silver Comet Trail

I made my way to Anniston, Alabama to attempt an adventure billed as “The 2018 Summer Solstice Chief Ladiga Silver Comet 2 Hundy Ride.” For a nominal fee of a twenty dollar donation to battle MS you could attempt to do your longest ride on the longest day of the year. I had never done much more than a century so I was nervous as I approached the trail head that morning and as expected there was a small turnout of 45-50 riders. Gladly, I ran into a Strava friend and her husband, and we quickly put together 6 riders who wanted a more relaxed pace. This was my first extensive ride on a rail trail, and it was great not having to worry about vehicular traffic for 95 percent of the ride. The trails surface was smooth with only twigs, pine cones and puddles from a storm the day before to navigate. In the unpopulated sections of the trail there were a few Continue reading