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4/14/13 3:38 P

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It's pretty easy to determine miles by using the SP fitness tracker. Go to it, then scroll down to "Mileage". There's a tab next to it that reads "Map Route" . Click on that and you can enter the exact route you biked and it will give you miles. I use it for walking/ hiking/biking - once a route is entered, you can save it and do a 1-click enter when you repeat that same trip.

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4/14/13 12:06 P

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Could you buy an odometer for your bike. I've also driven a route that I want the distance on.
Also try the SportsTracker app if you have a smart phone

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4/14/13 9:34 A

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Hi I am Brenda , Love to Bike , I try to bike everynight after work , Sometimes the weather does not coorperate . I still have not figure out how to log my miles , any body have any advice ,


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