FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Texas Vélo Introduces GPS Routing
FREDERICKSBURG, Texas (13 February 2012) - Today Texas Vélo introduces a new GPS section at its website. This new section hosts all of the publisher's popular cycling routes in GPX format, for cyclists interested in uploading the routes to GPS devices. The new section also provides explicit instructions for transferring the GPX-formatted routes to the very popular Garmin Edge© 800 bicycle computer.
Find the new GPS overview page located at this link: www.texasvelo.com/gps.php.
"We are very excited to introduce GPS capability at our website", said Gregory Kagay, Texas Vélo President. "Many cyclists now utilize GPS devices. The experience of riding new roads with turn-by-turn concierge instructions is an appreciable improvement over old-fashioned navigation using folded-paper instructions and maps".
Presently all of the files and instructions are presented as "beta" products, pending more testing and evaluation on various GPS platforms.
Mr. Kagay continued: "Unfortunately, sometimes working with GPS files can be completely frustrating. We are working to simplify their utilization. We ask users to provide feedback about their experiences transferring these files and using them to navigate our routes."
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