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Garmin continue to refresh their wide range of GPS receivers, with several types that are broadly suitable for cycling use - that is, they are compact and lightweight, weatherproof, replace all the essential cyclecomputer functions, can be mounted on handlebars and/or stem, will record a tracklog, and support multi-point Routes. As I write, current types consist of the Edge, Oregon, Dakota, GPSMap 62, and Etrex (old and new) ranges, several models in each. There are also one or two other models such as the Montana and Forerunner, that could be used by a cyclist who is determined to be different. Add in several very capable discontinued models and the choice can seem bewildering. It’s important to know that Garmin performance, usability and capability is really much the same across the board, so the fundamental decisions are simply “touchscreen or not?” and “bigger screen or smaller box?”. Most units are now map types, designed for use with Garmin’s own maps or with OS maps (remixed by Garmin). The maps are always an extra expense (apart from bundled deals) so it’s worth remembering that these types still function perfectly adequately without any maps installed, or there is the option of using free maps from OpenStreetMap which are pretty good in the UK.
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