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At the Taipei International Cycle Shoe earlier this spring, Bryton announced two new bike computers–the Rider 330 and the Rider 530. With these two new models, Bryton adds some key functionality that was missing in the Rider 310–namely full wireless connectivity and navigation.
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.
First released across Europe and Australia, Magellan now brings their Cyclo line of GPS bike computers to North America. With feature rich devices that could rival their Garmin equivalents but at a more affordable price, expect to see the Cyclo bike computers mounted on many a handlebar this summer.