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Spylamp Bicycle GPS Tracker

spylamp bicycle gps tracker   Spylamp Bicycle GPS Tracker

Another innovative device against bicycle theft can be found is the Spylamp Bicycle GPS Tracker. Made by GPSTrackThis, the Spylamp is a hidden GPS tracker located on the bike’s tail light.

The GPS inside the rear light can be activated by pressing the switch button. After several seconds, the tracking device will activate and based on the vibrations that the bike gives off, the GPS sensor relays the bike’s current location to an online server. The server then alerts the owner of the bike through sms.

There’s also a website available to owners that allows them to see the location the bike of their bike. If the bike is in a building, the GPS lock will switch to GPS positioning. This will triangulate the area as to where the bike is located within 200 meters.

The GPS can be triggered manually through the off/on button or by activating the rear light….

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TrailZilla App

trailzilla app 300x193   TrailZilla AppMemory-Map releases its latest GPS, trail-making application called the TrailZilla. Aimed to cater to all outdoor enthusiasts who wants to record and share trails with the rest of the world, this new online media is the answer.

TrailZilla lets you find trails and best routes through your GPS. Once registered, you can upload your own trails and routes and share it with the community. The trails archived include activities by bike, on foot, on water, winter sports, fishing, driving, by air and even fishing routes.

The website uses Google Maps which includes satellite and terrain topography. You can also rate other people’s trails or routes and have others rate the ones you uploaded as well. This social interaction option can give you insight on which trails are best and which ones to avoid.

TrailZilla is free but you can get premium maps for a price. The premium maps would depend on your…

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Free GPS Software from SportyPal

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SportyPal, a mobile application from CreationPal for cyclists, works on any GPS-enabled phones. It is the latest app geared for tracing your movement, position, distance, workouts and rhythm as you take a ride. It allows you to upload, access data directly to the web and connect with Twitter of Facebook.

GPS data tracks your activity and saves the data in your phone. The software is compatible with Acer, Apple, Asus, BlackBerry, Gigabyte, HP, HTC, Huawei, i-mate, LG, Motorola, Nokia, O2, Palm, Pantech, Samsung, Sharp, Sony Ericsson, T-Mobile and Toshiba models. Simply download the Free GPS Software from SportyPal and you are all set to go. If your phone has GPS capability and could download a third party software, you can get the new software too….

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Garmin Edge 705 GPS

garmin edge 705 gps   Garmin Edge 705 GPSCycling makes traveling more adventurous especially when you go for long rides. It allows you to see new places and breathe fresher air. However when you ride long there are times that you might get lost especially during MTB crossroad race where you have to pass several stations. Yet you should putĀ  your worries aside if you have Garmin Edge 705 GPS w/ Heart Rate/Cadence/Data Card & Street Maps.

With heart rate, cadence, turn-by-turn directions and power data, the Garmin Edge 705 GPS-enabled cycle computer knows no limits!

With built-in basemap, Garmin Edge 705 will guide you to your destination while the microSD card slot lets you add maps and store workouts, courses and saved rides. TheĀ  Plug in the detailed MapSource City Navigator street maps on a preloaded data card and get turn-by-turn directions on a sunlight-readable, color display as you pedal (add optional topographic mapping for your off-road adventures).

There is…

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