We just dropped a Strava Beacon on your COTA Texas Apple Watch thanks to my Wahooagan Runkeeper app for that.

King of the Southwest, aka Don ‘don’t call me’ Burnside, and I, the man with the same inverted initials, busted out edition 25 of the Zen-like Ride Bikes Radio. We get hot and heavy about Strava’s lack of Beaconess on the Series 2 Apple Watch, Bike Flights and how they made my life easy for my trip to Austin. I had a chance to make some circles with our man George Hsu and of course we broach the subject of our other favorite four letter word, Beer. Do not miss this quarter century edition of RBR, you will cry your eyes out if you do.

Coming up, the Month of May is National Bike Month with the 19th being National Bike to work day. Who will be participating in that? Comments are open, let us know!

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  1. While notifications have an effect on battery life, what really sucks the juice is the background refresh. This is where the Apps stay running in the background, sort of like a car idling, ready to run when needed. You should turn off the ones you don’t want on and leave on the ones you use all the time like Strava or Pacer. Go to Setting>General>Background App Refresh and toggle off the unwanted Apps.

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