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Thread: GPS tracks

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    GPS tracks

    Thought i'd start a thread for people to post their GPS tracks up on from any sporting activities they get up to.

    I've just got my hands on a Garmin forerunner 405 GPS watch and will be posting a log after i go for a run tomorrow.


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    Here we go, 10k run sticking to the pace i need to do for the Potters Arf



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    Quite impressed with how that embedded into the post.

    Will be going out on the bike somewhere tomorrow so will post that up too

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    Didn't know you could do this I might try it with google maps as I'm going out walking this week
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    If you don't have a GPS watch yet i'd recommend one. I was recommended to get one by a mate and it's awesome.

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    I use an army issued pulsar watch lol it's bomb proof had it 6 years now one battery in it untill that dies I'll wait out
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    that's a col gizmo there mate ,just had a look and you came right near my house ,could have supplied refreshments on route lol

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    It's good running round that way, pretty hilly.

    Really impressed with the watch, if you clicked on the link you'll have seen the data it stores. I only wanted it so I had a real time average speed for when I do the Half marathon next month but it does way more.

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    Got soaked today

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    nice little ride out there ,I am looking at getting a road bike when i get some spare cash .

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