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by Alan Milligan — last modified Mar 28, 2017 12:08 AM

Hmmm - there is only vendor lock-in with sports gizmo's if you're lazy ...

Ok - so we're all inner-city hipsters and upgrading our fixie to something straight off the velodrome is a life ambition right? Once you've got into your sport of choice you then want to train like and emulate the pros too - right....

I'm currently investigating some application suites to do exactly this. Wger is a hosted solution to create, record, and track all sorts of training activities, sessions, nutrition and weight. This information can then be shared with coaches and trainers.

GoldenCheetah is a cycle-specific desktop application to ingest and analyse cadence, heart-rate and powermeter information from a plethora of popular devices.

More about this soon ....

 

Brand Felt
Model Tk2
Year 2011
Frame Custom Butted 7005 aluminum, threaded BB shell
Frame Size 56
Fork carbon fiber blades & dropouts, 1.125" aluminum steer tube
Weight 7.44kg
Head Set
Stem Deda Zero 100mm
Bars Pro Vibe 7s
Seat San Marco Aspide
Bottom Bracket Shimano Dura Ace Octalink BB-7700
Cranks Shimano FC-7710 170mm
Front Sprocket Campagnolo Brev 48 tooth
Rear Sprocket White Industries 16 tooth
Pedals Shimano SPD
Hubs Richie Pr1mato
Wheels Mavic Open Pro 32 Spoke
Tyres
Front Brake Shimano 105
Rear Brake N/a
Chain
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Location: Sydney, Australia
Alan Milligan
Alan is the principal technical architect of Last Bastion Network solutions in Australia. Alan's background is in application development with a number of global titans of retail and investment banking. Alan also has a history of CIO roles for a number of start ups where he delivers business value with open source solutions. Talk to Alan about how you can deliver critical infrastructure while mitigating risk and managing your existing vendor relationships.