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Stages Dash – The Reviews Are In!

Last week we officially released Stages Dash and Stages Link, a game changing head unit and training platform that work seamlessly with the Stages Power Meter. To put Dash to the test, we invited cycling’s biggest editors to join us in Boulder, Colorado for a bunch of riding, and Dash testing.

Troy Templin from Road Bike Action said: “For many of us, myself included I love to ride and I love to push myself but I don’t always know how to plan a workout to get me to the next level or ready for my next event. Well, Stages Link has it covered. The program has many different training workouts that can be fine-tuned to your personal need.
[Read the Full Story from Troy Templin, Road Bike Action] 

STAGES DASH, MORE THAN ANOTHER COMPUTER

'The simplicity plus the powerful interface create a computer that can be almost anything a modern cyclist would need.'
  [Full Story] — Troy Templin, Road Bike Action

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Kristen Legan from VeloNews said:

 “Stages’ Dash GPS computer and Link online training platform tick all the boxes for serious athletes who devour data faster than gels. The integrated system makes tracking your numbers easy and helps educate cyclists about their training.”

“Stages’ Dash GPS computer and Link online training platform tick all the boxes for serious athletes who devour data faster than gels. The integrated system makes tracking your numbers easy and helps educate cyclists about their training.”
[Read The Full Story from Kristen Legan @VeloNews.com]

 

Joe Lindsey from Bicycling.com said:

‘The Apple comparisons are numerous and often trite, but the central feature of Apple’s technology is that it’s so easy to use it doesn’t come with an instruction manual…. It’s a high standard to put to Stages, and my experiences with the beta firmware versions don’t give me a solid verdict just yet. But if Stages can deliver on what it’s promising, the system might be the first one in the sport to clear that lofty bar.’

 

“Dash is a very good head unit. The grayscale display is clear, bright, and more readable in direct sunlight than most color displays, and I like the physical buttons, since a touchscreen gets pretty frustrating with gloves, or on anything other than glass-smooth roads. Menu trees are mostly simple and intuitive.”

“Battery life is fantastic—the best of any head unit I’ve used, and the mount is solid, even holding tight in a surprise crash at 20mph.”

[Read the Full Story from Joe Lindsey, Bicycling.com]

Learn all about how Stages Dash, Stages Link and Stages Power sync up in the video below.