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New SPOT Adventures updates!

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In addition to all the great features on SPOT Adventures, we’ve updated the website and added a few things.

 

You can now create or join user groups. Create groups like “California Hikers,” “Mountain Biking Moms,” or “East Coast Boaters!” You can also start topic discussions within groups.


Here are the key updates:

  • Create a group. Creating a group is easy: just add a name, upload a group picture or logo and add a description.
  • Import GPS tracks saved on your computer and add to an adventure or create a new one.
  • Automatic track merging tool allows the combination of multiple tracks that occurred during the same time interval.
  • The ability to import Type & Send or predefined messages

Re-live your most amazing adventures in the outdoors with your friends, family and fellow SPOT Adventurers! Go to www.SPOTAdventures.com.

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SPOT Messenger Rescues Cyclist

Rescue Profile: Bill and Andreas
Case #: 12629


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Bill Peschka, a Tour Divide Veteran, was cycling in Wyoming as part of an ultra-distance mountain bike race following the Continental Divide from Banff Canada to the Mexican border at Antelope Wells, NM.

One June afternoon, Peschka was cycling in Sweetwater County where he stumbled upon Andreas Fassbender, a German cyclist heading north to Canada. Fassbender had been catapulted off his bike after hitting a patch of deep sand with the front wheel. Fassbender had been lying on the ground waiting for 2 hours as he was unable to connect to local authorities due to lack of cellular coverage. Luckily for Fassbender, Peschka had his SPOT handy.


The SOS was pushed and within 30 minutes, Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Office had arrived on the scene and was looking for SPOT Owner, Peschka by name. Two ambulances had been dispatched because they were unsure of the road conditions and wanted to get quickly to Fassbender’s aide. They loaded Fassbender into the ambulance and off they went.

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