Advice very much welcome.
With two little Udderlets, I'm now very time-poor, and have to get rides in as and when I can. That includes a commute into work (~50 mile round trip) when I get the chance, using a combination of bridleways, byways and roads. I'd also like to have a pop at longer off road rides like the South Downs Way.
Obviously, a GPS would be dead handy for this sort of thing. I don't have a ton of cash to throw around (see aforementioned Udderlets), and while something like a Garmin Edge 810 would be lovely, I can't justify splashing that amount.
I see the Garmin Edge 200 does breadcrumbs, and you can upload .gpx files to it. Does anyone have experience of whether this is any good for following a route, either on- or offroad?
Any suggestions welcome. I've got previous use experience with GPS - Gulf War 1 -era MoD equipment used for offshore racing in the early 90s, through to B&G keelboat tactics and telemetry packages from a couple of years back. As a result, I'm familiar with the concept, but also familiar with, uh, *usability* issues.