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Liverider | For Iphone And Ipod Touch

LiveRider is the first wireless cycling computer and mounting system for iphone and ipod touch. A single permanently-sealed sensor unit is mounted on the frame near the rear wheel that measures both bike speed and pedal cadence and transmits that information to a receiving unit attached to the 30 pin connector of the iphone.  It includes a file system to save the detailed data from each ride which can be reviewed graphically or exported via email and imported into any spreadsheet, document, or database.



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2016 GIFTS FOR THE SNOW RIDER

In today´s gift recommendations, we’ve curated some cool options to ensure you look good and perform well on the slopes. The list features equipment for protection, communication or simply having fun on your radical descents. These products cater to every Snow Rider´s want list. Check out the list of products here...
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MICOACH SMART BALL | BY ADIDAS

With World Cup fever just around the corner, Adidas have introduced the Micoach Smart Soccer Ball, a football capable of measuring the speed, spin and trajectory of each kick and then feeding all the stats back to the miCoach app on your device via Bluetooth after each strike. Inside the smart ball are several sensors that analyze the ball as it moves through the air, the data is then displayed on an included app, that also includes training tutorials, ball-mastery ...
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MONKII BARS

After a very successful kickstarter campaign, the lightweight and ultra-portable suspension training tool - Monkii Bars, is now available for purchase. The clever suspension training tool is like having a portable gym, you can easily set up for a workout whenever you find some spare time, at home, in your office, at a park, or while camping and traveling. Set up takes less than a minute, remove the suspension line stored inside each bar, toss the line over any suppo...
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