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Top Gear: Magellan Switch and Switch Up GPS

GPS giant Magellan have entered the bike computer and fitness market with their new Switch and Switch Up range. Both computers capture information such as calories burnt, distance and pace. The Switch range also features ten pre-set profiles for activities such as running, walking, swimming and cycling, as well as nine profiles that can be customised, a highly sensitive GPS receiver, water resistant to 50 metres resistance, and compatibility with ANT+ heart rate, foot pod and bike sensors including cadences and power meters. The Switch Up, as you might expect, has extra features including a barometric altimeter to give even more accurate elevation information, outside temperature, vibration alerts for when you are training in busy areas and it can transition from a running device to a cycling one with the multisport mounting kit.

Price: Magellan Switch RRP $279.00

Magellan Switch with HR monitor RRP $329.00

Magellan Switch Up RRP $349.00

Magellan Switch Up with HR Monitor RRP $399.00

www.magellan.com.au

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Seat posts and clamps. Malvern Star have come up with a simple solution to avoid the barrety holder zip tie.

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Go to the three o'clock position on the chainring and try to lift the chain off the chainring. If it doesn't move much it’s fine. If you can lift off half a tooth it’s getting close, and once you can lift the chain clean off the chainring, it’s really dangerous.

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