Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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Jan. 15

Mio Cyclo 305 HC

The Mio Cyclo 305 is a cycling GPS unit with mapping and more casual features – such as ‘surprise me’ routing (the ability to have it pick a random route that meets various criteria).  The unit is a fair bit larger than other units on the market (for example, than the Edge 800/810), but tends to be targeted more towards touring/commuting – and primarily, the European leisure market more than the performance racer.  Of note is that both Mio and Magellan are owned by the same parent company.  Though, to date we haven’t seen any cross-collaboration on fitness units make it to the marketplace.

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3 Comments

  1. Rainmaker

    Update/Note: At this point I won’t be doing a review on this unit. While it has many positive features, it’s just not competitive in the marketplace due to its massive size (2-3 times larger than the Garmin Edge 800/810). Given that, and the lack of interest from seemingly anyone in seeing a review, I’m tabling it and have sent back the unit. I’m looking forward to updated versions of the unit coming out in the near future in a smaller footprint.

  2. Pete

    I saw they released a new 315 with smalller footprint and an upgraded 505 that targets the 810/1000 Garmin in features.

    link to magellangps.com
    link to magellangps.com

    Any thoughts of giving them a try? I think the marget is ripe for some Garmin competition.

  3. Mario Campos

    I wanted to use this medium to alert the bike community about MAGELLAN / MIO CYCLO in its entire line, if they buy that device and leave outside the area of their map, they CANNOT follow a track, nor use STRAVA LIVE even paying for example in SOUTH AMERICA where there are no maps, the device is locked to follow a WIKILOC track for example, which they do not clarify anywhere, they even cheat saying they use OpenStreetMaps use it but no one but them can use those maps that are in the public domain . Already exhausted all means and it seems that they are not willing to solve the problem.
    Regards, Mario Camps