WKO+ competitor?

A light bike doesn't replace good fitness.

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audiphile
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by audiphile

You can check out Apollo by PhysFarm, but they are similar price. Phil Skiba is behind this software and has some interesting capabilities, but overall not significantly different from WKO or GC. I prefer GC because it is free...

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LouisN
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by LouisN

I wish GC took data from my Timex Cycletrainer 2.0.
Seems only WKO+ has the Timex devices option...:(

Louis :)

mentok
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by mentok

can you import the data into strava then export it in a more useful format? TCX/GPX? i thought strava recently added timex support...

i guess by the same token, you can just send it to WKO and output it for use in GC anyway :\

skinnie
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by skinnie

LouisN wrote:I wish GC took data from my Timex Cycletrainer 2.0.
Seems only WKO+ has the Timex devices option...:(

Louis :)


Sporttracks has Timex Cycletrainer 2.0 compability
http://www.sporttracks.mobi/content/timex-compatibility
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