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  • Premier Icon paulosoxo
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    The millions of radio masts on the Solway coast, made me three day ride look impressively longer than it actually was on my wireless computer.

    Not a software issue but I was a bit surprised to see my max speed as 87.5mph 😯

    Either I’m a cycling god or there was a “glitch”

    antigee
    Member

    *other software may suffer similar “user” problems and i declare that though i ticked the box i didn’t actually read the terms and conditions

    todays 30minute run

    think it has an error in it – says that at one point i was over 500ft below sealevel = impossible as i got home bone dry – bit worried about the bends but a quick check and looks like stopped touring – thank god that was close

    i guess could be due to the solar flares – i do remember back in the 70’s that not being able to see your feet was a bit of a problem and not being capable to give an exact location or direction was a lifestyle issue and wouldn’t have expected technology to have genuinely emulated this but maybe its the market

    …anymore similar numptytech?

    Premier Icon MrGreedy
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    I’ve managed a max HR of over 300 on a couple of occasions on group rides in the past, presumably when someone else was on the same channel.

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    impossible as i got home bone dry – bit worried about the bends

    😆 Good work, sir.

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    Dead Sea’s 400+ metres below sea level – maybe you were there ?

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