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 Post subject: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2016 10:06 pm 
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The simple solution for folks who don't want one of them newfangled GPSs. Or anybody who is up for an adventure.
Don't know which way to turn? Flip the NAVIGATOR and follow your nose. You are guaranteed to end up somewhere...
A simple binary navigation device. Find it here --> http://www.procycle.us/navigation/maps-nav.html#navigator
Please ignore the unfinished nature of our maps/navigation page :blush:

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 Post subject: Re: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
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:rofl: that's a lot faster than the enie menie minie moe method I use.

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 Post subject: Re: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
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 Post subject: Re: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
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Mrs. ProCycle and I used to go on 'penny drives'. :friends:
We'd hop in the truck, go to the end of the driveway and she'd flip a coin. Heads turn left, tails turn right. Head to the end of the street, flip again, etc, etc. It's a fun way to spend an afternoon and you definitely end up seeing places you never would have any other reason to visit.

Ever since those days (many moons ago) I've though I should make a penny drive coin. I finally had the inspiration to make it happen. The staff here at ProCycle really like the idea. Some of them are probably out getting lost right now :biggrin:

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That's great! :clapping: Although a tether of some sort would be great when doing the coin flip while riding. :rofl:

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 Post subject: Re: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
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Looks like it comes with a tether.
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 Post subject: Re: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
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Mrs. ProCycle and I used to go on 'penny drives'. :friends:
We'd hop in the truck, go to the end of the driveway and she'd flip a coin. Heads turn left, tails turn right. Head to the end of the street, flip again, etc, etc. It's a fun way to spend an afternoon and you definitely end up seeing places you never would have any other reason to visit.

Ever since those days (many moons ago) I've though I should make a penny drive coin. I finally had the inspiration to make it happen. The staff here at ProCycle really like the idea. Some of them are probably out getting lost right now :biggrin:



does procycle sell a woman like that? you might be on to something


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 Post subject: Re: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
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Looks like it comes with a tether.


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 Post subject: Re: ProCycle NAVIGATOR
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does procycle sell a woman like that? you might be on to something
Oh yeah, she's a keeper. Always up for a traveling adventure. In fact she is quite a bit more adventurous than I am. She went to India for 3 weeks last year and is off to the island of St. Helena (again!) for several weeks this year. That's where they exiled Napoleon.

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