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Our fantastic sponsors at Garmin have made it possible for event participants to demo a range of the latest GPS computers completely free of charge. To try out a computer, simply fill in the form below*. The deadline for bookings is 6pm on the Thursday before each event.
 
*Completion of this form does not guarantee a booking; reservations are based on a first-come first-served basis. If there aren't any units available, you will be informed by email. If your chosen computer is available, you will need to leave a credit or debit card in your name at the event centre as a deposit against loss or damage; we will not charge your card for the use of the unit but reserve the right to do so in the case of the above.

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All Garmin GPS computers will provide you with the stats for your ride whilst you’re on the go, including your average speed, current speed, distance travelled, elevation, calories burned and how long you’ve been riding for, then they have their own special features:
 
This GPS-enabled cycling computer tracks time, distance, speed, location and calories burned. The Edge 200 is ideal for training, every day and touring rides or any adventure you want to relive later.
 
 
The Edge 510 is a compact, touchscreen GPS bike computer that tracks advanced performance metrics and offers connected features through your smartphone (when paired with your compatible Android or Apple device)
 
 
The Edge 810 is the complete touchscreen GPS bike computer, with maps, navigation and advanced performance monitoring, that offers connected features through your smartphone (when paired with your compatible Android or Apple device)
 
 
Garmin’s newest member to their GPS cycling computer range. This colour touchscreen GPS bike computer puts in-ride challenges and bike-specific navigation at your fingertips. Connected features1 include live tracking, incoming call and text alerts, social media sharing, weather, sending/receiving courses and wireless uploads to Garmin Connect.
 
This story was last updated on 17/11/2014

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