Some out front mounts can have that go pro style attachment underneath which can work with some lights with the right adapter if that’s an option for you
I put a home made bridge between my extensions and put a basic Wahoo out front mount on that. Worked perfectly for TAW and as people have said, the further forward the better. I could have used a standard rubber band mount but this gave me more room for food etc.
You could probably combine it with a light mounted underneath.
That's what I do on all my bikes, but then all my bikes have aerobars. This is on a tourer without aerobars (I think).
I've also used one of those Space Saver mounts to get extra "bar space"...
I can't find the one I use but this kind of thing..
Ah, I read risers as aerobars.
When I've got bags/lights/food obstructing the normal position of my garmin I spin the mount 180 degrees so it's on the nearside of the bars. It's not perfect - my knees sometimes hit it, but it works.
Anyone using mapping on a watch for cycling navigation? I wonder how practical this would be in reality, maybe with it strapped to the bars.
For those interested in GPS technology, this is interesting;
I'll make a proper sale post this evening but is there any interest in a Garmin 1030, with case and mount? All working fine and with the latest software update. Probably looking for £300 given they are £399 in the sales at the moment and they seem to go for £300-320 secondhand.
Karoo for $199, fill your boots.
Clearing out stock before they go under?
Nae idea, hope not!
No idea either, but the same thought crossed my mind. If they do go under then it's a total paperweight given the need to use their backend to upload routes and download activites.
Not cycling related, but how would one go about verify altitude of a given co-ordinate to a fairly high level of accuracy without expensive surveying equipment?
How accurate? Google Earth shows altitude for the point under the cursor.
A bit more than that I'd guess, +/-0.5m at least
Any batshit Wahoo bolt updates I’ve missed?
Wahoo won’t sync to phone won’t recognise QR code to pair again
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