I'm currently a web administrator/programmer for the University of Minnesota Law School, though I have a background in conservation biology and GIS/spatial analyses. In other words, I'm an outdoorsy geek who's getting back into GIS for the fun of it.
I'm also a frequent bike commuter, and have used several GPS-based bike computers (two of which aren't even on the EveryTrail "devices owned" list. My first was a Garmin Edge 205, which lasted about a year before it stopped being able to detect satellites. I was disappointed with Garmin's monopoly on the sport GPS market, and especially the deficiencies in their accompanying PC software, so I replaced it with a Mainnav MG-950d. It did just what I wanted to for much less $, though the user interface was horrible and the software also left much to be desired. At least it allowed me to export my rides into standard GIS data formats much more easily. After about a year, the liquid crystal screen started to fail, so I moved next to the Wintec G-Trender BT. This is a nice unit for what I want, though the poor English translation of the documentation makes learning to use it a journey of self-discovery.
When not biking, I enjoy outdoor trail sports with our two huskies, including skijoring in the winter and scootering (http://www.pawtrekker.com/) in the summer. We also do a lot of general hiking.