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Picture of Gene Newman
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Neville has agreed to having a couple of workshops next year. One will be in his home area(NC) and the other at a site yet to be determined.

What I need are your responses as to the need to this type of workshop. The general idea would be to show things such as: set up electronic counter on a bike, marking the rim, setting the couner and how to use with an actual measurement.
 
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A helpful addition to this would be to present an example of how the measurement data is to be presented to the certifier.


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A useful addition would be overshoot correction.
 
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Pete, that's probably the biggest drawback I've found in using the Protegé. But since it's way easier to read than the J/O, being right on the handlebar, it hasn't been much of a problem, once you get the hang of it.
 
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