When it comes to setting goals on the bike, more often than not, each of our individual goals differ hugely from one cyclist to another. There are those of us who aim to earn that climber's jersey, or who covet the sprint, and some of us prefer to say to hell with the pace, lets ride as far as we can. Stages Dash L50 Bike Computer offers you the support you need so you can hit those goals, with as much, or as little data as you need to get there. It works similarly to the Dash M50, and packs in all of the same features, like an auto-dimming backlit screen that senses dark and bright days and adjusts accordingly, as well as OSM-powered maps that show you far beyond the roads, mapping out lakes, rivers, and even highways, plus color-coded routes to show you the safest rides. The only place you'll find major differences between the M50 and L50 is in the screen itself, with the L50 measuring in quite a bit larger to give you an easier view of data when you're hammering on the pedals. Like the M50, the Dash L50 pairs up with a number of cycling meters via ANT+ and Bluetooth, so you can display your cadence, speed, and power output while you ride. The Dash L50 lets you upload courses to the computer via . GPX, . FIT, or . TCX files and hit the road. This will allow you to plan your ride ahead, and get crisp, clear directions on screen while you ride, as well as by notification if you'd like audio guiding you as well. Dash is compatible with routes from RidewithGPS, MapMyRide, Strava and others, and you can also build your own routes with Stage's own free LINK website route builder, which ads in elevation profiles for your route, so you can see where you are, and know just how much climbing lies ahead. If data is what matters to you most, pair the Dash with additional speed, cadence, and heart rate monitors to improve your training, so you can optimize your time on the bike, and set the Dash to training mode for live view of where your heart rate lies. While the Dash ...
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