These tutorial videos, featuring Garmin blogger Jake of Jake’s Journal, highlight the features of the Edge® 705, a GPS-enabled bike computer used by cyclists ranging from weekend warriors to Team Garmin professional cyclists.
Jake introduces Edge 705 and its available features.
Ready to roll? Here are a few quick tips before you head out on your first ride with the 705.
Jake shows you how to use your heart rate monitor with Edge 705.
The Edge 705 can display different types of data on various screens. Find out how to tailor it to your liking.
Customize Edge training pages to see heart rate data during training.
Find out how to charge your Edge before your first ride.
Jake shows you how to bring your Edge back to life if it ever locks up.
Update your Edge 705 with the latest free software from Garmin.
Edge 705 has some of the same capabilities as the Garmin navigator in your car. Find out where it can take you on your rides.
Use Edge to mark and return to waypoints or other locations you want to store.
Jake shows you how to wirelessly share data between Edge 705 devices.
There’s nothing like chasing down another rider to push your performance. Find out how Edge’s Virtual Partner® can push you too.
Use Edge’s alerts to help you train for certain time, distance, speed, heart rate, cadence and power goals.
Learn how to set up Edge to automatically pause the timer and mark a lap at a set position or distance.
Edge tracks data every time you ride. Upload it to Garmin Connect to store, analyze and share.
Track your speed and cadence with this optional sensor that mounts to your rear wheel.
Pairing your ANT+™-enabled power meter to the Edge 705 is simple, thanks to embedded wireless technology. Jake shows you how to pair, calibrate and verify that the 705 is reading the power data.
Find out how to customize your 705 display to show power, plus how to store and analyze your data online.