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I discovered a cool feature on my 378. I uploaded a track from a ride and then viewed the elevation map. Here's a 100 miles ride in western Wisconsin - it's not flat.
 

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that is very cool
i wonder if my 376C does that?
 

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After a ride upload the tracks from your GPS into Mapsource. Under the track tab you should see various tracks that are retained in your 376. Open a given track and then select profile display.

It should work with a 376. (The one I should have bought) Unfortunately your chart might not be as dynamic in FL -) Of course your still riding and I'm living vicariously through my computer.
 

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After a ride upload the tracks from your GPS into Mapsource. Under the track tab you should see various tracks that are retained in your 376. Open a given track and then select profile display.

It should work with a 376. (The one I should have bought) Unfortunately your chart might not be as dynamic in FL -) Of course your still riding and I'm living vicariously through my computer.
thanks
i'm going to give it a try
thanks VERY much
 
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