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    Edge 305 & Rigid MTB

    May be a dopey question as I'm sure these units are built to stand up to punishment, but do any users of the Edge GPS think there would be a problem running the unit on rigid MTB? there is obviously a lot more in the way of jolts and bumps being transferred through the frame and would be worried about hurting the unit as ar least 75% of my riding is on a rigid bike. Thank you in advance.
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    wot no bike?
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    I've been using mine for about a year on a fully rigid MTB with no problems.
    pete

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    Mine has seen

    2255.35 mi (645.04 mi uphill, 621.87 mi downhill, 985.85 mi flat)
    128526 ft total ascent (140551 ft descent) - 5.8 % uphill grade, 8.7 % downhill grade

    from July 2006 to end Oct 2007, all rigid, according to its own stats loaded into TopoFusion.

    It has not blinked once (but I have on those "[SIZE="4"]e[/SIZE][SIZE="3"]y[/SIZE][SIZE="4"]e[/SIZE][SIZE="3"]b[/SIZE][SIZE="4"]o[/SIZE][SIZE="3"]n[/SIZE][SIZE="4"]e[/SIZE] be swimmin'" rock gardens!)
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