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    There are two big sticky threads with loads of...

    There are two big sticky threads with loads of GPS friendly routes and other information for the Black Forest. See also the RiDE magazine website.
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  2. Thread: BMW gloves

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    Have you tried the BMW gloves on yet? Others, who...

    Have you tried the BMW gloves on yet? Others, who have not replied to this thread, like them. Maybe they like them only because they are BMW branded and match their hat but maybe itís because they...
  3. Thread: BMW gloves

    by Wapping
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    Try them on, they might not fit.

    Try them on, they might not fit.
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    That’s true.

    That’s true.
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    Fair enough, 2016, in fact, at least according to...

    Fair enough, 2016, in fact, at least according to Garminís website. I must have been think about my Nav VI or that I updated a Nav V I sold a week or so ago (which I probably hadnít touched for three...
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    The day date on the device still advances every...

    The day date on the device still advances every 24 hours. That particular problem might cure itself when the incorrect month advances past the end of March. That guarded assumption assumes that the...
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    20 September 2013. That was the date of the press...

    20 September 2013. That was the date of the press release in America at least.
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    A good heads-up for anyone reasonably local.

    A good heads-up for anyone reasonably local.
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    The Nav V is still supported, hence the fairly...

    The Nav V is still supported, hence the fairly regular software updates. Quite how it missed the roll-over date thing, is anyone’s guess.... as guess it is. The Nav V was released before the...
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    Easy answer: Buy one new modestly sized SD card...

    Easy answer: Buy one new modestly sized SD card of decent quality, 16gb will be fine. Do not buy some shonky rip-off copy just because it is £5 or 10 pence cheaper. Install it into your Nav V and all...
  11. From page 1 post #5 Now, why have I never...

    From page 1 post #5



    Now, why have I never thought of doing that. I forget which of my bikes it was but getting the battery out was a complete bitch. A strap around it, would have saved me from...
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    Patience is a virtue.

    Patience is a virtue.
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    The leg length will be OK. Don’t forget that...

    The leg length will be OK. Don’t forget that you’ll be putting them on over your jeans, which will add width to the whole. They have belt loops and Velcro ‘adjusters’ on the waist band.
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    I have a pair of Mountain Warehouse ski trousers,...

    I have a pair of Mountain Warehouse ski trousers, black, size XL with detachable braces that I can sell you.

    I bought them in February of this year for one trip to Norway to see the northern...
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    I may even do it today.

    I may even do it today.
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    I guess you can find yourself some pretty cheap...

    I guess you can find yourself some pretty cheap Air B&B’s in the south-west in December, outside of Christmas / New Year. If you’d go riding around on the west coast of Ireland, Cornwall is probably...
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    Did you ever extricate the broken SD card? If so...

    Did you ever extricate the broken SD card? If so how, please?

    PS I have since sold my Nav V.
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    Cleaned-up pins / contacts cured the problem. ...

    Cleaned-up pins / contacts cured the problem.

    Case closed.

    Fresh thread started with your secondary question, in case it gets lost in this thread.
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    There’s a message there, somewhere.

    There’s a message there, somewhere.
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    Lemon, mate, you are (were) planning on leaving...

    Lemon, mate, you are (were) planning on leaving between the 11th and 15th of the month. Todayís the 9th. Whatís the news, mate? What are yer plans?
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    Fair enough. It’s a long time since I did mine.

    Fair enough. It’s a long time since I did mine.
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    And the news is? PS One of the great threads...

    And the news is?

    PS One of the great threads on UKGSer. Thank you.
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    I have, within the last couple of weeks, sold two...

    I have, within the last couple of weeks, sold two Nav V’s to happy punters on this website, before this Garmin date error thing became apparent.

    I am now waiting patiently for the calls telling...
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    How to remove the security bolts (if they are...

    How to remove the security bolts (if they are still fitted to your bike after nearly 12 years) was the topic of much discussion on this forum, when early edition 1200’s had failing ring antenna...
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    Your local BMW dealership will maybe have one,...

    Your local BMW dealership will maybe have one, completely suitable.

    Call in advance to avoid disappointment and maybe a wasted journey on the bus if your RT is out of action.
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