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Now you can use your Forerunner for multisport training, go from wrist to bike in seconds. Kit includes quick release bracket, wrist strap, 2 bike mounts, 2 extra pins and 2 screwdriver.
 
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Forerunner 910XT Quick Release Kit
Posted06 March 2014
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wjputt
fromNantwich, Cheshire East CW5, UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 45-54
Interest : Triathlete
Level : New to sport
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
"I was toying with the idea of getting a multi-sport watch. I already own a Garmin Edge 800 that I have used for cycling and running. For cycling it is obviously fitted to the bike and for running I used to put it in an arm iPhone carrier. In terns of GPS etc this worked really well but viewing it while running was nigh on impossible without stopping. I looked for another solution and I found the Forerunner 910XT Quick Release Kit. It has a standard fitting that works with the Edge 800 so I bought it. I have used it to very good effect whilst running and it has come in really self when using a static, spin bike at the local gym. It is possible to upload a static activity to Strava directly form the Edge and view the HRM data as well. All in all a really useful piece of kit if not used for what it is labelled for. Just one more note. The Edge is light and even when running despite its size it is not cumbersome in anyway. To avoid slipping I place it over a sleeve and in the summer I'd probably wear a wrist sweat band underneath it."
Pros: Great Value, High Quality, Versatile
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Insulating road cycling bibtights with a brushed fabric construction. Featuring a Power seat pad for low bulk cushioning over medium to long distances and a back mesh insert for optimum ventilation. Ideal for cold weather rides/training sessions
 

What is the padding like?

I've got some but tights that I wear over my bib shorts in cold weather. They have no padding and they work really well. I am after something similar to what I have and I am put off by too much padding.
5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Nantwich, Cheshire East CW5, UK
 
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