How do You Track MTB Ride Distance and Speed? [Survey]

For many of us, if there isn't a GPS trace to save at the end of the ride, it's as if it didn't happen.
photo: Aaron Chamberlain

For many mountain bikers, if there isn’t a GPS trace to save at the end of the ride, it’s as if it didn’t happen. For others, leaving the watch at home makes mountain biking more enjoyable. For the truly obsessed, multiple devices are required to plot the necessary data points.

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