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One option is the Garmin Vivosmart. It is a regular activity tracker, that you wear on your wrist, and counts steps when walking or running. For cycling, it can connect to an ANT+ bicycle speed sensor. So if you have one of these fitted on your bike, the Vivosmart can tell you speed and distance cycled. See this article from DC Rainmaker, which has some ...


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I personally recommend using the TIMEX RUNKEEPER 1.0 (NOT THE 2.0). Among other things, this watch allows one to: Select an activity (walking, running, cycling, . . . many others). Monitor and record heart rate using a ANT+ HR monitor. Record GPS data. Display speed, pace, distance, and other related metrics. Easily download data to training peaks. The ...



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