April 9th 2014 7:28 am

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If you're lucky enough to have a pair of Shimano's Di2 electronic shifters, you will be happy to know you can now pair them with Garmin's latest Edge device. The newest Edge 1000 will record what gears you're in as you ride. The new device will start at $599 for just the Edge 1000, or $699 for a sensor bundle.

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