Tag: bike computer

Wahoo Elemnt

Wahoo Announces Garmin 810 Rival

Wahoo Elemnt

This week at Interbike, Wahoo Fitness introduced¬†the ELEMNT–a standalone, GPS-enabled cycling computer that the company hopes will chip away at Garmin’s dominance in the market. By loading up the device with wireless connectivity and pairing with your phone instead of your computer for setup, personalization and control, Wahoo hopes to simplify the entire user experience and leave you to simply focus on the ride.

Garmin Edge Explore 1000

Garmin Edge Explore 1000

Garmin Edge Explore 1000

At Eurobike this week, Garmin announced their new Edge Explore 1000 bike computer geared towards tourers and general adventurers. Starting with a paired down version of the Edge 1000 in terms of advanced functionality, the new Explore still captures all your classic bike stats, but also adds cycling-specific map routing and points of interest.

Garmin Edge 25

Garmin Edge 20 and Edge 25

Garmin Edge 25

Yesterday, Garmin announced their smallest and lightest bike computers yet–the Edge 20 and the Edge 25. Capturing basic ride data, the new bike computers are for those cyclists who just want something simple and easy to read on their ride without taking up much space on the handlebars.

Lezyne GPS

Lezyne Ventures Into Bike Computers

Lezyne GPS

Officially announced at the Taipei International Cycle Show last week, Lezyne unveiled their brand new line of bike computers. The full Lezyne GPS collection features three bike computers–the Power GPS, Super GPS, and Mini GPS–all offering a varying level of functionality, including the ability to pair with your phone and other bike sensors.

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