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Evansville, Indiana
Subject: WTB Garmin Foot Pod and Bike Cadence Sensor
Hey guys and gals, I just got a new Garmin 910xt for Christmas and I am in the market for a new or lightly used foot pod (sdm4) and cadence sensor to go with it. If you have one or both of them that you are wanting to get rid of let me know how much you want for it and we may be able to make a deal.

Thanks in advance!
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General Discussion Classifieds - New and Used Triathlon Gear » WTB Garmin Foot Pod and Bike Cadence Sensor Rss Feed  

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2008-11-08 8:52 AM rlejeune
date : February 16, 2011
author : FitWerx
comments : 1
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date : February 22, 2010
author : Coach AJ
comments : 0
Discussions on using the weekends for a long bike and run, good running cadence, Ironman swimming, importance of kick drills and swim cadence.
date : November 12, 2009
author : Coach AJ
comments : 0
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date : April 23, 2009
author : Team BT
comments : 1
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date : March 26, 2008
author : Team BT
comments : 0
Instructions on how to directly upload routes from your Garmin training device into your training logs.
date : January 16, 2008
comments : 4
This article outlines ways to increase your running cadence while also getting the benefits of reduced injury.
date : October 2, 2006
author : mikericci
comments : 9
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date : January 30, 2005
author : Glenn
comments : 0
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