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Stages DASH Maps & Courses

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TRUE CYCLING SPECIFIC STREET MAPS

Dash is designed specifically for cycling, with color-coded roads highlighting bike lanes, separate bike paths, trails and icons for key points of interest like bathrooms, bike shops, cafes and pubs. This is made possible through Dash’s massive 16GB of available storage, allowing a wide range of OSM tags and maps for all of the United States, with other regions available for free download via Stages SYNC.

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ZOOM AND PAN.

Quickly get a closer look or a larger perspective of where you are and where you’re headed. With eight different zoom levels, you can see buildings or entire towns. And Dash will hold your last zoom level preference when you flip to different screens.

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COURSES, OF COURSE.

Dash is compatible with .FIT, .GXP and .TCX files from most 3rd party apps as well as Stages LINK for turn-by-turn navigation. When riding a course you’ll get a scrollable cue sheet and options to add distance to next, ascent to next and other cues as data fields on any screen. Course arrows let you know where to go on routes that overlap. You’ll also get a color-coded gradient profile and your current position for the day’s climbs.

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ADD A COURSE TO DASH:

Choices rule. You can drag and drop a .FIT, .GXP or .TCX file directly to your Dash via USB, import a course into Stages LINK, or create a route in the Stages LINK course builder (check out the details here) and then add that course to your calendar or your Favorites folder. Then connect your Dash to the Stages LINK phone app and you can add a course to your ride, and off you go. You can add (or remove) a course during a ride, too.

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