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    Downhill race timer

    Someone was telling me at the Keystone race today about a timer that you mount to your bars that you can easily start/stop while you're riding to help improve your times. I don't know if it has a toggle that you tap or what...You can also set it up for split times to see where you need to improve. I forgot who made it or where you can find it. Any help?

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    I use a DMC moto trainer. You can also get the thumb swim timers that are cheaper and seem to do the same thing.

    The DMC timer has a single button that starts & stops a lap and press & hold to reset. Works really well and has been running strong on my bars for nearly two seasons. Mine is positioned so that I can start it with my thumb while riding (as long as you are not fully into the rough stuff).

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    The DMC is just a fancy version of the SportCount from what I can tell. I use the SportCount Stopwatch (90030), and it's only $24.95

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    Seriously, they were obviously made in the same factory.
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    Nice! Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonvelocity
    The DMC is just a fancy version of the SportCount from what I can tell. I use the SportCount Stopwatch (90030), and it's only $24.95

    vs.

    Seriously, they were obviously made in the same factory.
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    I use that same Sport Count timer. You can't do split times with it, but that's a minor inconvenience.

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