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One of my cycling goals for 2017 was to ride both days of this year’s Escape to the Lake MS Ride.
Last year I rode the 100-mile first day, which was brutally hot and my hardest ride in more than seven years according to Strava’s “Suffer Score”, but I avoided the logistical challenge of riding the 65-mile second day.
However, this year I convinced Inna to provide the extra support I needed to make riding both days possible by holding out the carrot of spending an extra day after the ride on the beaches of Lake Erie.
Ornoth riding MS Ride Day 1
Bike MS Century Challenge medal
Ornoth crushing a hill
Ornoth finishing MS Ride Day 2
Ornoth at Lake Erie with finisher's medal
As the ride approached, I had three serious concerns: whether we’d have a repeat of last year’s brutal heat; lac »more
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Three months ago, I replaced my aging Garmin Edge 800 GPS cycling computer with the new Garmin Edge 820. After 52 rides and 1,400 miles, it’s time for an in-depth review.
I’m a data weenie. I was logging my weekly miles all the way back in 2000, and saving GPS tracks of significant rides using a handheld GPS long before GPS tracking was integrated into bike computers. So I’m sensitive to the features, usability, and reliability of my bike computer.
I was really happy with the Edge 800, which I bought when they first came out in 2011. Over the years, Garmin introduced the newer Edge 810 and the larger Edge 1000, plus the smaller Edge 500 and 510, but the 800 was so good that I never felt the need to upgrade.
However, after six years, my Edge 800’s battery had begun to flag, and I was »more