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CatEye Bluetooth Speed Cadence Sensor CatEye Bluetooth Speed Cadence Sensor
Use the CatEye Bluetooth Speed Cadence Sensor with either the Strada or Padrone Smart computers to make sure you're hitting your ideal cadence throughout your ride. Mount the sensor on either the top or the bottom of the chainstay and adjust the speed and cadence magnets on the wheels. Once you get everything in the right spot, zip tie it in place and you should see your cadence on the display. Post-ride, the CatEye computers can upload to a variety of Bluetooth-enabled cycling apps, including Strava, Map My Ride, or CatEye's own cycling app.
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CatEye Padrone Smart Computer CatEye Padrone Smart Computer
CatEye's Padrone Smart Computer may have the easiest installation process of any cycling computer that we've come across. There are two steps: mount the head unit to your bar or stem and download the CatEye Cycling app with your iPhone or Android device. Done. There aren't any sensors or wires to position just so, and there's no risk of knocking the damned things out of alignment and having your display go dead mid-ride. True to its name, the Padrone Smart's ease of installation and immediate boost to metric gathering make it one of the fastest ways to start training smarter. The Padrone Smart is based on the premise that most of us are smartphone users and smartphone users take their phones on rides. Since smartphones are, essentially, mobile GPS devices, the CatEye Cycling app uses them as antennae, using GPS to calculate all the usual ride metrics like speed, time, altitude, and the like. These metrics -- along with call, text, and e-mail alerts -- are displayed on the Padrone Smart's generous screen when it's in Mirror Mode, even when your phone is saving juice in sleep mode. If you want to run the Padrone Smart as a phone-free unit, it also syncs with Bluetooth-compatible speed/cadence sensors, heart rate monitors, and power meters in the head unit's Sensor Direct Mode. Of course, these are all sold separately, and we'd recommend checking out the Padrone Smart Computer Double or Triple Bundles to ensure compatibility. Regardless of how you collect it, the compiled data can be uploaded post-ride to CatEyeAtlas, Strava, or TrainingPeaks to analyze, parse, and compare with cyclists in your network. Despite the Padrone Smart's increased functionality, the expanded scope of information is still laid out across CatEye's generous, oversized Padrone screen. The display is large and clear enough that the information on it is readily digestible at a glance -- no fishing through tiny print and across cryptic icons for your heart rate during tricky descents when you're ...
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CatEye Padrone Smart Computer Double Bundle CatEye Padrone Smart Computer Double Bundle
If you're exploring the options for a smartphone/head unit interface but would like to preserve the option of leaving the phone at home during nasty weather or races, then CatEye's flexible Padrone Smart Computer Double Bundle may be the option for you. With the unit's supplied sensors, you have the option of either running your metric-gathering operation with your phone acting as the hub or sending the info straight to your head unit, no phone needed. Either way, you'll be able to upload your ride information to CatEyeAtlas, Strava, or TrainingPeaks, depending on your preference. The Double Bundle includes a speed and cadence sensor that frees the Padrone Smart from its smartphone dependence, letting you gather velocity-related information in the aptly named Sensor Direct Mode without taking your phone on the ride. If you do take your phone, though, the free CatEye Cycling app syncs your iPhone or Android device to the Padrone Smart head unit in the Mirror Mode, creating a back and forth between the devices that uses your phone's GPS to measure all of the usual pertinent speed, time, and altitude data. The Padrone Smart also displays text, call, and e-mail alerts -- even while your phone is saving juice in sleep mode. Despite the Padrone Smart's increased functionality, the expanded scope of information is still laid out across CatEye's generous, oversized screen first featured on the regular Padrone. The display is large and clear enough that the information on it is readily digestible at a glance -- no fishing through tiny print and across cryptic icons for your heart rate during tricky descents when you're trying to bridge the gap during a nervous finale with the race on the line.
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CatEye Stealth Evo Plus Bike Computer CatEye Stealth Evo Plus Bike Computer
You want a slim, lightweight computer, but you also want GPS functionality and full share capabilities' That's a tall order, but the CatEye Stealth Evo Plus Bike Computer fills it in style. The Stealth Evo sets up quickly and easily and uses GPS to calculate your position--it only takes a second. Aside from all the basic stuff, the Stealth Evo features current altitude, manual start/stop, and a programmable display so you can see the data that's important to you whenever you need to. Once the ride is over, you can upload your data and share it on CatEyeAtlas, Strava, or Training Peaks.
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CatEye Strada Slim Wireless Cycling Computer CatEye Strada Slim Wireless Cycling Computer
The fancy new smartphone- or GPS-based cycling computers are easy to love. They do things that old-school, Earth-based computers could never do, and they make translating your training data a snap. However, they all suffer from reliability issues, and they probably always will. It's tough to be 100% reliable when you're counting on a component that's miles away or, even more remote, resides in space. While Earth-bound systems, such as the Cateye Strada Slim Wireless Cycling computer, lack some of the super-high-tech features, they are much, much more reliable. As far as crunching data is concerned, you can duplicate much fancier systems with a little mathematical know-how. The Strada Slim is the grandson of the immensely popular Cateye Strada computer. All the original's features carry over but, like many grandsons, the Slim version is 35% smaller. The screen, however, is 23% larger to make the data easier to read. Even the fork mount has shrunk: it's now 47% slimmer than the original and can be mounted inside the fork blades, which makes it nearly invisible and provides protection.
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CatEye Strada Smart Bike Computer Bundle CatEye Strada Smart Bike Computer Bundle
During training, the more data you can gather the better. The Cateye Strada Smart Bike computer bundle gives you access to all the data that you need, then automatically sends it to your smart phone, where it syncs to display and record all your training data, even if your phone is in sleep mode. The Cateye Strada Smart bike computer bundle includes the Strada Smart computer, a cadence sensor, and a heart rate monitor. It records distance, current speed, maximum speed, average speed, heart rate, and cadence. All of this data is captured by the computer while you ride, then sent wirelessly to your smart phone. If you don't have your smart phone, the data can be uploaded later to your laptop. With the CatEye app, you can share all your data on different training websites, view ride summaries, and even see call and email alerts in real time on the handlebar display.
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CatEye Urban Wireless Computer CatEye Urban Wireless Computer
Sure, touch-screens and GPS navigation are both pretty sweet, but you know what travels with us everywhere and can do the exact same thing' About 90% of our phones. And while you're spending $100 a month in service fees, it's hard to justify shelling out another $500 on a swanky cycling computer that primarily being used for commuting. This is where the CatEye Urban Wireless Computer comes in. CatEye approached the Urban Wireless' design with one idea in mind -- simplicity. We'll get it out of the way now, this isn't a race day computer. Instead, the Urban is meant to bring more depth, fun, and knowledge to your daily commute. And along these lines, CatEye included a couple of special features like your calorie consumption and carbon offset. So, you not only have a simplified access to metrics like current speed, maximum speed, average speed, two trip distances, elapsed time, and your total distance, but you're also able to view the positive impact that cycling has on both your body and the environment. Another couple of key features are the Urban's minimal size and weight. The CPU measures out to 55. 5 x 35 x 18. 5mm, and it only weighs around 28 grams. Additionally, the CPU setup is a simple affair, as is its mounting setup. In fact, CatEye includes its tool-free FlexTight bracket that mounts to either your stem or bars. The sensor itself mounts to your fork blade, and, of course, transmits its signal wirelessly to the CPU. The CatEye Urban Wireless Computer is available in the colors Black and White and in one size. Each computer includes a CR2032 battery, FlexTight mounting bracket, and a fork-mounted sensor.
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Garmin Adjustable Mounting Arm Kit Garmin Adjustable Mounting Arm Kit
If you've got a Garmin VIRB camera, you need this Adjustable Mounting Arm kit. It has a handful of useful attachments, enabling you to affix your camera to just about anything. This kit includes a short link, a long link, a right angle link, an adapter to popular industry mounts, flat and curved surface mounts, a removable flange base, a threaded collar, 3 knobs, and a security tether. The joints on the aforementioned mounts feature interlocking joints that grip in place instead of relying on tension to do the job. This provides a locked-in mount, so you'll enjoy more great footage, and fewer shaky clips. The Garmin Adjustable Mounting Arm Kit is available in one version, and it's only compatible with Garmin VIRB and VIRB Elite cameras.
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Garmin ANT+ Stick (ANTUSB-m) Garmin ANT+ Stick (ANTUSB-m)
Whether you're cross-training with one of Garmin's Forerunners, cycling with the revolutionary Vector power meter pedals, or just monitoring your body metrics with a vivofit wearable, the diminutive-yet-mighty Garmin ANTplus Stick makes for instant connectivity between your device, your computer, and the wide world of Garmin's virtual training aids.
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Garmin ANTplus Adapter for iPhone Garmin ANTplus Adapter for iPhone
Whether you're cross-training with one of Garmin's Forerunners, cycling with the revolutionary Vector power meter pedals, or just monitoring your body metrics with a vivofit wearable, the diminutive-yet-mighty Garmin ANT plus Stick makes for instant connectivity between your data, your iPhone, and the wide world of Garmin's virtual training aids.
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Garmin Bike Cadence Sensor Garmin Bike Cadence Sensor
Cadence data is key to any serious training program, and the Garmin Bike Cadence Sensor is one of the cleanest designs out there. It mounts to your crank arm, and you don't need to mount anything to your frame. That keeps your bike looking good. The Cadence Sensor is also easy to swap between bikes, so you can get cadence info for your TT bike, your road bike, and your mountain bike without having to buy separate systems. The Cadence Sensor easily syncs with your Garmin Edge computer, so you can begin collecting data right away.
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Garmin Bike Speed and Cadence Sensor Garmin Bike Speed and Cadence Sensor
The Garmin Bike Speed and Cadence Sensor attaches to your bike's chainstays with a zip tie, or the included rubber bands, and tracks both the speed of your bike and your pedaling cadence. It's compatible with a host of Garmin and ANT+ products, with the Garmin models listed below.
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Garmin Edge 1000 Bike Computer Garmin Edge 1000 Bike Computer
A long ride is a great way to take refuge from the stress of daily life, but that enjoyment can vanish pretty quickly if you come to and discover that you're actually pretty lost, it's getting dark, and food supplies are exhausted. Mount Garmin's Edge 1000 Bike Computer onto your bars, though, and you'll be able to see where you are on a map and find out how to get home, or at least make the dreaded "I'm lost, can you pick me up'" phone call, order a pizza while you wait, and share the whole ordeal instantly on social media. The Edge 1000 is capable of just about everything, so it's not some small, super-sleek device. It's about the size of a smartphone, but the large touchscreen enables you to see and use the mapping feature, easily toggle between race, training, road, mountain, and cyclocross modes. You can choose a category for every ride, so the Edge will keep your different disciplines separate, eliminating any confusion. It tracks and records all the usual cycling-specific info, and also has connectivity up the wazoo, so you can link to heart-rate monitors, Android and iOS phones, Shimano's Di2 electronic drivetrain, Garmin Connect, ANT+ enabled devices, and every social media platform imaginable. Sharing your ride data with friends and coaches, taking texts and calls on the go, and checking the weather are just some of the benefits of this enhanced connectivity. At its heart, though, the Edge 1000 is a GPS unit, and its real-time mapping capabilities are top-notch. You can select a pre-chosen route, design your own, or just go out and ride, and the Edge will record your movement, show you where to go, and store it all so you can look at it later. The included USB cable makes it easy to upload everything to your laptop (although you can also view everything in the Garmin mobile app). The Edge accepts microSD cards, and it has up to 15 hours of battery life, so you won't miss a detail. It's fully waterproof, the touchscreen is designed to work with glove...
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Garmin Edge 20 Bike Computer Garmin Edge 20 Bike Computer
Training with GPS doesn't have to be all-consuming. Even if you're someone who worries about the simple pleasure of the ride being eclipsed by the overbearing features of your head unit, you still don't have to avoid all GPS computers. Garmin's Edge 20 Bike Computer provides the basic info you need for effective training without making you feel like you're spending your entire ride staring at a screen. Smaller than other Garmin bike computers, the Edge 20 and its slightly more advanced sibling, the Edge 25, were released to offer a replacement to the wallet-friendly Edge 200. The Edge 20 is the simpler of the two, and offers customizable screens that display total time and distance, average and current speed, current location, and calories burned. Garmin firmly stuck to the theme of simplicity with the Edge 20, so if you want to track heart rate or would like wireless capabilities, you'll have to upgrade to the Edge 25 -- the 20 is GPS-only, with no ANT+ or Bluetooth connectivity. It's operated using four buttons on the sides, which also allow you to quickly set alerts for pace, laps, time, and distance. When it's fully charged, the Edge 20 can run continuously for up to 8 hours, and it can withstand passing through a little rain or snow over the course of your ride without a problem. When you're back at home, you can use the included USB cord to upload ride data to Garmin Connect -- the platform gives you the opportunity to compare routes with others and keep track of your progress. If that's still a little too much reliance on technology, the Edge 20 has space to store up to 10 rides, so you can delete what you don't want and get back to enjoying the scenery on your next ride.
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Garmin Edge 25 Bundle Bike Computer Garmin Edge 25 Bundle Bike Computer
Garmin's latest entry in the GPS/GLONASS bike computer field is a minimalistic one. We're used to the Kansas-based manufacturer's GPS units overflowing with so many interactive features and modes that even we get overwhelmed. The Edge 25 Bundle Bike Computer takes the company's legacy in a different direction, one that favors minimalist functionality over flashy, overly complicated interfaces. The Edge 25 Bundle is a story of less -- less price, less weight, less fuss -- with one key addition: a Garmin cadence sensor. As precise as GPS has become, it still can't accurately measure pedal stroke RPM, a gap that the zip tie-free sensor fills while the Edge 25 directs you to new horizons of fitness. The Edge 25 tracks cadence, speed, and trip information on a simple, monochromatic, 2. 3cm2 display, forgoing the colorful pomp of the brightly colored screens on Garmin's large models in favor of only the most important metrics and training data laid-out in the simplest, most accessible manner possible. It doesn't track the proximity of cupcake food trucks or plan petting zoo detours during training rides, but it does display a simple map with notifications directing the user through a preplanned workout or documenting the course of wandering base miles. It's focused on improvement and meeting personal training goals, not meeting baristas during a cycling tour of a city's coffee shops. The Edge 25's GPS capabilities also let it count the laps of an interval circuit, alert the rider of distance or time goals during out-and-back workouts, and compete against a virtual opponent -- all of which are designed to improve a cyclist's training instead of distracting them with superfluous data and features. Connecting the Edge 25 to a computer allows access to Garmin Connect, where you can upload, store, parse, and compare data across Garmin's online social training network. The Edge 25 does feature ANT+ connectivity -- something the less expensive Edge 20 lacks. The addition of AN..
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Garmin Edge 520 Bike Bundle Computer Garmin Edge 520 Bike Bundle Computer
Regardless of the passion with which they argue against one another, one thing data geeks and anti-tech purists can't dispute is that with the right technology, numbers never lie. In the case of the Garmin Edge 520 Bike Bundle Computer, it's undeniably true. Drawing from Garmin's years of expertise in GPS and satellite technology, the Edge 520 houses dozens of honest numbers, neatly divided into categories to help you get a well-rounded view of your training. Invest in the 520 bundle and you'll have everything you need to get your 520 up and running and access most of the computer's potential data. One of the major ways Garmin separated the 520 from its lesser admirers was by equipping the computer with the ability to deliver live Strava updates as you ride. As you're slowed by the doldrums of the middle of a climb, no end in sight, look down at the screen to see how you're faring against your local rivals. Make note of exactly where you're starting to fall behind and change tactics if you can, then look down again at the top to see exactly where you finish as soon as you surge past the end of the segment. Aside from Strava addicts, the Edge 520 also caters to power meter worshippers, displaying functional threshold power (FTP) on-screen when paired with Garmin's Vector power meter pedals. While you ride, compare it to your ever-changing output and make mid-ride adjustments to keep your training effective. Take numbers like estimated V02 max, calculated using heart rate, into consideration when mapping out your training schedule and workouts, being careful to note recommended recovery time that the Edge calculates based on the effort level of each of your workouts. Recovery may seem like a no-brainer, but amateur athletes are often some of the worst offenders at overtraining. These new features are the big news, but don't worry -- the Edge 520 still comes with all of the standard bike computer functions you've come to rely on in the saddle too, with a few signat...
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Garmin Edge 520 Bike Computer Garmin Edge 520 Bike Computer
A few decades ago, a certain television show endearingly predicted that in the future, hovercars, holograms, robots, and impossibly complex gadgets would be commonplace. Now in 2016, it looks like one of the 60's favorite animated families was more prophetic than satirical. Think about it: a gadget like Garmin's Edge 520 Bike Computer delivers live-time updates to Strava, displays your power output when connected to a power meter, and defines your fitness level while you ride. Invest in your taste of the future now and you'll receive a constant ride companion to keep you accountable as you spin the pedals. The only thing it won't do for you is actually ride your bike.The Edge 520 replaces Garmin's Edge 510, appearing as the slimmer, sleeker version of its predecessor and boasting the previously-mentioned ability to broadcast live Strava updates as its showiest improvement. As you ride, run Strava on the device and you'll be able watch yourself complete segments and earn rankings against your local rivals rather than waiting until you get home to learn that you missed a PR by only a few seconds. When you aren't glued to the screen, grimacing with exertion as you try to win a segment, glance at your power output and quickly compare it to your functional threshold power (FTP) if you're using Garmin's Vector power meter pedals. The number acts as a major landmark in a sea of constantly changing power output metrics when you're out riding, letting you know when you're riding at a level that isn't effective for a given day's training goals.Once you sync the Edge 520 with your heart rate strap and power meter, you'll also be able to look at V02 max estimates to help track your progress during a training plan and map out future workouts. Don't try to be a hero when you're using the 520 though--equipped with the ability to give you recovery times after hard efforts, the computer will let you know when you need to slow down to get faster. And for the days when the sky loo...
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Garmin Edge 820 Bike Computer Garmin Edge 820 Bike Computer
Recent years have posed something of a conundrum for the discerning data nerd, but Garmin's new Edge 820 Bike Computer solves the case by refusing to sacrifice with a huge body or limited functionality. The Edge 810 brings it all to the table with myriad mapping, tracking, and virtual training tools but is a bit of a behemoth when strapped to a stem. On the flip side, the Edge 520 sacrifices some features but is a beautifully streamlined package that hits the sweet spot in size--small enough to blend into the cockpit yet large enough for ease of view. The Edge 820 merges the best of both worlds, packing massive functionality and full-touchscreen utility into a perfectly proportioned frame on par with the Edge 520. The Edge 820 encompasses all the things we loved in the Edge 520 and adds a host of features to boost your cycling game. Its full touchscreen is a welcome and user-friendly upgrade from the mixed button/touchscreen system employed on the Edge 520, but the mapping options are what really make this computer shine. It comes with a preloaded Garmin Cycle Map and boasts internal memory for adding additional maps if needed. It lets you plan your routes, provides round-trip routing direction to keep you on course, and offers up audible prompts via Garmin Connect Mobile so you can keep tabs on your metrics and progress without constantly craning your neck to stare at your stem. As with the Edge 520, the Edge 820 displays metrics encompassing everything from charting fitness levels to power output and targeted recovery. It also features Strava Live Segments, which means you now can track segments in real time out on the road. The Edge 820's direct connection to Strava gives you a leg up in the battle for K/QOM's with live updates as you ride, simultaneously displaying the stats of your present performance against the current segment holder and your own personal record. The days of getting home and excitedly loading files only to be crushed by the dreaded second...
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Garmin Edge 820 Bundle Bike Computer Garmin Edge 820 Bundle Bike Computer
Garmin's all-new Edge 820 Bike Computer Bundle wraps the high-tech tracking and mapping ability you loved about the Edge 810 into a smaller package that closely mirrors the Edge 520's coveted sizing. When paired with the included speed sensor, cadence sensor, and HRM3 Rev2 heart rate strap, the Edge 820 sits unobtrusively in your cockpit, gathering data to guide you through your ride and your fitness regimen. The Edge 820 includes all the features we loved in the Edge 520 with a host of additions to boost your cycling game. Its full touchscreen is a welcome and user-friendly upgrade from the mixed button/touchscreen system employed on the Edge 520, but the mapping options are what really make this computer shine. It comes with a preloaded Garmin Cycle Map and internal memory for adding more maps if needed. It lets you precisely plan your routes, provides round-trip routing direction to keep you on course, and offers up audio prompts via Garmin Connect Mobile so you can keep tabs on your metrics and progress without constantly craning your neck to stare at your stem. As with the Edge 520, the Edge 820 displays metrics encompassing everything from charting fitness levels to power output and targeted recovery. It also features Strava Live Segments, which means you can now track segments in real time out on the road. The Edge 820's direct connection to Strava gives you a leg up in the battle for K/QOM's with live updates as you ride, simultaneously displaying the stats of your present performance against the current segment holder and your own personal record. The days of getting home and excitedly loading files only to be crushed by the dreaded second place badge next to a coveted segment because you misjudged the end point by a handful of meters are over. In addition to all that shininess, the Edge 820 features ANT+ and WiFi connectivity to pair with your power meter or other metric-gathering device of choice. It's compatible with Shimano's D-Fly Data Management...
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Garmin Edge Explore 1000 Cycling Computer Garmin Edge Explore 1000 Cycling Computer
Based on the name alone, Garmin's Edge Explore 1000 Cycling Computer sounds a lot like a combination between the Edge 1000 and the Edge Touring, and -- aside from a few new features -- that's essentially what it is. The Edge Explore 1000 borrows its user-friendly design from the Edge 1000 while keeping the touring, rather than race-oriented, spirit of the aptly named Edge Touring model. The resulting mix of blends elements of the competition-minded models like the 520 with navigation data and an added focus on road safety. Whether you want to stay on or off-road, the Edge Explore aims to make heading out on all-day weekend rides as simple as possible, and the computer will go so far as actually planning routes for the more indecisive or adventurous cyclist. Just enter the distance you want to go, and the computer will show you three different ride options with elevation profiles so you can make an informed decision about where you'd like to go for the day and how hard you'd like to work to get there. If the route takes you into uncharted territory, don't worry -- the three-inch touch screen can be oriented in either landscape or portrait to make navigating a new route from the saddle as easy as possible. This is, after all, a head unit meant for exploring. The preloaded Garmin Cycle Map also includes points of interest in the area you're riding, a useful feature if you're in a new region and are interested in seeing local landmarks or in desperate need of a coffee pick-me-up. While you're out exploring for the day, the computer will record temperature throughout your ride as well as display current weather, and if you have your smartphone with you, the Edge Explore relays your texts and calls to you in the saddle so your phone can stay protected out of the elements. As mentioned above, Garmin's latest devices demonstrate a notable focus on safety, and the Edge Explore includes two new features to help keep you safe while you're on the road or the trail. The firs...
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Garmin Edge Explore 820 Bike Computer Garmin Edge Explore 820 Bike Computer
As fun as it is to pull a weathered map from the depths of a pannier and painstakingly plot the route, it's even better to not have to worry about getting lost along the way. Whether you're looking to get adventurous on your daily commute or planning epic training miles ahead of a double century, the Garmin Edge Explore 820 Bike Computer is there to guide you to your destination. The Edge Explore 820 lets you stop to take in the scenery without the stress of also trying to figure out where you're supposed to turn next. The Explore 820 effectively replaces the Edge Touring and Touring Plus computers in Garmin's line. Its full touchscreen is a welcome and user-friendly upgrade from its predecessors' mixed button/touchscreen design, but the mapping options are what really set this computer apart. It comes with a preloaded Garmin Cycle Map and internal memory for adding more maps if needed, and it uses this library to let you precisely plan your routes, provide round-trip direction, and offer up audio prompts via Garmin Connect Mobile so you can keep tabs on your speed and heart rate without taking your eyes off the road and scenery ahead. In case you're looking for a little travel inspiration, Garmin has ensured that you're able to peruse rides and routes that others have completed via your Garmin Connect or Garmin Adventures account online. After you've found a route that you want to try, you're able to download it to your Explore 820 for your next ride. Additionally, you can customize existing routes or create new ones before you download them to your device. Of course, both of these programs allow you to relive and share your ride with friends, family, or fellow Garmin users. The Edge Explore 820 features ANT+ connectivity to pair with heart rate monitors or other metric-gathering devices, though it's important to note that the Explore 820 is not compatible with power meters. It performs all the basic computer functions--speed, trip time, trip distance, odomete...
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Garmin Edge Remote Garmin Edge Remote
If you've ever tried to change screens or adjust settings on your Garmin while riding, you know that removing your hand to push the right combination of buttons is just an accident waiting to happen. The Garmin Edge Remote was specifically designed to interface wirelessly with your Edge 1000 to make seeing all of your metrics quick and simple. This simple, three-button remote allows you to mark laps and scroll through pages. Additionally, the third button is programmable from a preset list of functions so that you see exactly what you want to see. It is easily mountable to your handlebars and can sit so you just lift a thumb to press it. Red and green lights indicate button presses, pairing, and sleep modes. The Garmin Edge Remote comes with two handlebar mounts--one for a road bike and one for mountain. The CR2032 battery is also included.
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Garmin Edge Touring Garmin Edge Touring
The Garmin Edge Touring is designed for the rider who cares less about heart rates than they do about where they're headed. It'll offer 17 hours of turn-by-turn navigation, but it's not going to tell you how many beats per minute you're up to on that climb. You can search for a destination within the Edge Touring, without using a computer ahead of time. The microSD card is preloaded with bike-ready maps, and will route you through paths, back roads, and scenic detours if you tell it to do so. The display is a nice, large 1. 4 x 2. 2 inches, and it's easy to see in almost any kind of light (or lack thereof). Please note that the Edge Touring is not compatible with heart rate monitors or powermeters.
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Garmin Epix Garmin Epix
It took years of practice but you finally mastered triangulation and night-sky navigation. Now bite the billet and file all that knowledge away for a rainy day, because the Garmin Epix mapping watch is going to make it all redundant. Of course, the Epix is hardly a watch--you wear it on your wrist and it can tell you what time it is--but it's probably easier to call it a watch than a wearable touchscreen navigation computer, which is what it actually is. It comes pre-loaded with a worldwide shaded relief basemap and a one-year subscription to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery, so you can move, zoom in, and analyze all sorts of topo (and custom) maps so you always know right where you are. The Epix features navigational ability that's powered by its GPS and GLONASS satellite navigation systems, which are embedded in the stainless-steel housing to provide seriously accurate worldwide location services and have different interval settings to let you choose between constant and accurate updates or more battery life. The Epix is more than a backcountry navigation watch, though. Not only will it get you to and from secret hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking spots, but it will tell you exactly how fast you're moving, how long it's taking you, how many calories you're burning, what your elevation is, how the weather is changing, what direction you're moving in, and it can even help you map and re-trace routes. This is seriously useful in the deep backcountry, but it also makes the Epix a great training tracker for runners, cyclists, endurance athletes, swimmers, skiers, snowboarders, and fitness freaks. It can sync wirelessly with your other devices so you can analyze your results and design a training plan at your leisure, and it also has a USB hookup for speedy recharging and data transfer. If you don't want to leave civilization behind completely, you can set the Epix up to display text, phone, and email alerts or to document your adventures by syncing it up to work as a rem.
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Garmin Epix TOPO U.S. 100K Garmin Epix TOPO U.S. 100K
After years of study you've finally memorized every geographical feature, landmark, game trail, stream, and class four road. Now forget it all, because the Garmin Epix mapping watch with TOPO U. S. 100K maps is going to make the whole package redundant. Of course, the Epix is hardly a watch--you wear it on your wrist and it can tell you what time it is--but it's probably easier to call it a watch than a wearable touchscreen navigation computer, which is what it actually is. It comes pre-loaded with a worldwide shaded relief basemap, TOPO U. S. 100K maps, and a one-year subscription to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery, so you can move, zoom in, and analyze all sorts of topo (and custom) maps so you always know right where you are. The Epix features navigational ability that is powered by its GPS and GLONASS satellite navigation systems, which are embedded in the stainless-steel housing to provide seriously accurate worldwide location services and have different interval settings to let you balance updates with battery life. The Epix is more than a backcountry navigation watch, though. Not only will it get you to and from secret hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking spots, but it will tell you exactly how fast you're moving, how long it's taking you, how many calories you're burning, what your elevation is, how the weather is changing, what direction you're moving in, and it can even help you map and re-trace routes. This is seriously useful in the deep backcountry, but it also makes the Epix a great training tracker for runners, cyclists, endurance athletes, swimmers, skiers, snowboarders, and fitness freaks. It can sync wirelessly with your other devices so you can analyze your results and design a training plan at your leisure, and it also has a USB hookup for speedy recharging and data transfer. If you don't want to leave civilization behind completely, you can set the Epix up to display text, phone, and email alerts, or to document your adventures by syncing i...
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Garmin fenix 3 Garmin fenix 3
The Garmin Fenix 3 provides so much information that it's ideal for runners, hikers, cyclists, swimmers, skiers, snowboarders, mountaineers, endurance athletes, and the list goes on. And if you think that it stops at speed, distance, calories burned, location, and GPS-tracking, you'll be excited to know that it even counts elevation gain, how many ski runs you've done, how your swim stroke looks, and even ... how soundly you are sleeping. If that isn't like having your own personal coach, we don't know what is. And you'll always be able to see the numbers because Garmin uses a high-resolution, sunlight-visible, Chroma display. Inside of this seemingly innocuous looking stainless steel housing is an EXO+ GPS and GLONASS antenna that is the point of departure for all the location marking and more advanced route-planning features of the Fenix. Besides the location finding, the Fenix goes a step further to ensure you're always connected with email, text, and even stock alerts delivered to your wrist. Once your workout is complete, data upload is instant.
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Garmin fenix 3 Bundle Garmin fenix 3 Bundle
The new Garmin fenix 3 is designed to be your "one watch to rule them all," as it were. Utilizing EXO+ GPS and a GLONASS antenna, the fenix 3 records data such as: how fast you're going, how far you've gone, calories burned, elevation gained and lost, number of ski runs you've taken, and even how well you're sleeping. Included in this bundle is the HRM-Run heart rate monitor strap, so that you'll have better insight into exactly how your body's performing. In addition, the fenix 3 is compatible with all ANT+ devices, so you can get readings from your bike's power meter, and other ANT+ heart rate straps directly to the watch's 51mm face. You can even pair it with your mobile devices to get email, text message, and stock updates on the go. And, since you'll be wearing this watch when you're in all kinds of inclement weather, the fenix 3 is water-resistant to 10 atmospheres.
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Garmin Fenix 3 HR Training Watch Garmin Fenix 3 HR Training Watch
Tracking nearly every aspect of your adventurous lifestyle, the Garmin Fenix 3 HR Training Watch is incredibly versatile and ingeniously smart with its GPS tracking, sport-tuned profiles, exercise physiological metrics, and Bluetooth smartphone syncing. The 1. 2 inch sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display promotes easy reading in bright outdoor conditions, with a high-strength sapphire lens that withstands regular use and abuse. Helpful upgrades make the Fenix 3 HR Training Watch a great candidate for high-level endurance athletes training for upcoming events and outdoor enthusiasts maximizing every available opportunity for exploration and physical fitness. Improving its signal reception, the omni-directional EXO antenna tracks both GPS and GLONASS satellites for quickly locking onto your precise location. The altimeter, barometer, and 3-axis electronic compass help you navigate through remote stretches of forest without getting lost. GPS track logging creates a "bread crumb trail" as you move across desolate stretches of wilderness, allowing you to navigate back to your starting point with the TracBack feature. The Elevate wrist heart rate technology measures your heart rate without the use of bulky chest strap monitors. Physiological metrics crunch your resting heart rate variability to estimate exercise stress level, VO2 max, and lactate threshold. These metrics help you maximize every workout session when you're training for an upcoming race or event. Advanced running dynamics measure vertical oscillation of your running movements, ground contact time, cadence, and stride length for monitoring your running symmetry. Custom apps and watch faces customize the watch's interface through the use of Garmin's Connect IQ store. It communicates wirelessly with your smartphone, giving you text messages, emails, and severe weather alerts when your phone is stashed away within your pack. Also, it uploads all of your data to Garmin's Connect online fitness community, as...
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Garmin fenix 3 Sapphire Garmin fenix 3 Sapphire
Want a sports watch but don't want to look like you're wearing a sports watch' We understand. While it's no vintage Speedmaster, the new Garmin fenix 3 is designed to be worn every day, during all kinds of activities. Utilizing EXO+ GPS and a GLONASS antenna, the fenix 3 records data such as: how fast you're going, how far you've gone, calories burned, elevation gained and lost, number of ski runs you've taken, and even how well you're sleeping. In addition, the fenix 3 is compatible with all ANT+ devices, so you can get readings from your bike's power meter, and other ANT+ heart rate straps, directly to the watch's 51mm face. You can even pair it with your mobile devices to get email, text message, and stock updates on the go. And, since you'll be wearing this watch when you're in all kinds of inclement weather, the fenix 3 is water-resistant to 10 atmospheres.
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle
If you're sick of being the guy that no one's able to recognize when you're not in athletic wear, Garmin had you in mind when it released the Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle. Start with the Fenix and a pair of jeans, and you'll feel like a whole new person, while still being able to keep a close eye on your resting heart rate. Once it's time to change into training clothes, grab your running shoes or sneak out of the office for a few holes of golf without having to swap watches; the Fenix 3 comes complete with all of the standard Garmin tech you've come to depend on over the years, in a sleeker, decidedly classier silhouette built to fit into your daily routine. In addition to being a fitness watch, the Fenix 3 boasts fitness tracking capabilities as well, so rather than just reporting on your overall pace, distance, heart rate, and calories for a run, it'll keep a close eye on your sleep schedule and daily steps too. The built-in accelerometer and GPS capabilities mean you'll have multi-sport distance metrics you can depend on, plus wireless uploads to Garmin Connect to keep your training log organized in one place. Garmin also gave the watch its own ski/board mode, complete with an auto stop function that will pause the watch while you're waiting in lift lines. Since the Fenix 3 is equipped to be your everyday watch, it can deliver information you rely on your phone for during the day as well, so emails, texts and social media notifications are all just a glance away whether you're sitting in a meeting or logging a few extra miles on the trails.
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch
Fuel your outdoor lifestyle in refined style with the Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch. Bucking the industry trend of placing a cheap plastic band on a powerful training watch, the Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium exudes a well-polished look with its upscale titanium band. And for athletes worried about the titanium band getting in their way during high-octane workouts, this watch comes with a spare silicone band that's much lighter and more flexible. This sophisticated training watch tracks nearly every aspect of your adventurous lifestyle. Its incredibly versatile and ingenious features include GPS tracking, sport-tuned profiles, exercise physiological metrics (with separate heart rate monitor), and Bluetooth smartphone syncing. The 1. 2 inch sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display promotes easy reading in bright outdoor conditions, with a high-strength sapphire lens that withstands regular use and abuse. Ultimately, this watch is a great choice for dedicated athletes and outdoor enthusiasts looking to maximize every available opportunity for training and adventure. Improving its signal reception, the omni-directional EXO antenna tracks both GPS and GLONASS satellites for quickly locking onto your precise location. The altimeter, barometer, and 3-axis electronic compass help you navigate through remote stretches of forest without getting lost. GPS track logging creates a "bread crumb trail" as you move across desolate stretches of wilderness, allowing you to navigate back to your starting point with the TracBack feature. Although not included, this watch is compatible with ANT+ heart rate monitors, delivering a wealth of training and physiological information. When used with a compatible ANT+ heart rate monitor, the Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium crunches your running speed, heart bpm, and heart rate variability to estimate your VO2 max during critical training and racing scenarios. Other fitness metrics include a recovery advisor and timer, both of which...
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Training Watch Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Training Watch
While we don't deny the positive impact that wearables have on our fitness levels and training regimens, it does seem a bit prohibitive to pop hundreds of dollars on a giant, fluo monstrosity whose utility ends as soon as the workout does -- especially if the thing's aesthetics are as office-appropriate as a mustard stain on a lapel. Garmin's Fenix 3 Sapphire Training Watch addresses the concerns of the endurance athlete who also has to be, you know, a real person in between workouts. Of course, the fact that it says "Garmin" on it means it's not just a pretty face and, compared to the standard Fenix 3, the Sapphire model has a host of upgrades that recommend it for an active lifestyle, not just a single activity. The Sapphire's first obvious upgrades include a fashionably rugged, full-grain leather strap. If a dashing professor turned bull whip-wielding archaeological adventurer had access to a smart wearable to keep track of his biometrics while looting exotic locales, this would be it. Despite the workmanlike leather band, the Fenix 3 Sapphire's titular Sapphire lens is a sparkling dome of pure, academic class that keeps the digital Chroma Display safe and sound during dimly lit temple runs and bright, sunny workouts alike without blowing the Fenix 3's cover at formal occasions. The Sapphire's less readily apparent upgrades include a few that our adventurous professor would definitely appreciate. While not in the field, the new Golf Mode would allow him to hobnob with collectors and deans on the links, propping up his underdeveloped game with the ability to download distance info for 40,000 international courses when paired with a smart phone. The other new activity-specific feature would be more useful while navigating lethargic jungle rivers on a SUP, as it counts paddle strokes, rate, and distance per stroke. Regardless of the situation, though, the new Fenix 3 boasts enhanced functionality when paired with a separately sold HRM-Run heartrate monitor, incl...
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Garmin Fenix Chronos Steel Watch Garmin Fenix Chronos Steel Watch
Wearables, while ever popular, aren't generally known for their style and often leave us choosing between tracking our health and wearing more situation-appropriate yet less technological time pieces. Garmin's new Fenix Chronos Steel Watch brings you the best of both worlds, with all the massive activity and training tracking capability we've grown to love in the most recent version of the Fenix 3 with the added bonus of a sleek steel package, brilliant Chroma display, and sapphire lens that'll get noticed for all the right reasons. Hiding under that elegant exterior against your wrist is Garmin's Elevate optical heart rate sensor, which eliminates the hassle and restriction of a chest strap. It lets the Fenix Chroma fulfill all of the features that usually would require a heart rate monitor to perform, including sleep monitoring, calories burned, V2 max estimation, recovery advice, and more. Suffice it to say, the Fenix Chrono is a stand-alone fitness platform that encompasses every aspect of the active life, not just intentional training sessions.Overall, this watch is a high-powered, wearable computer for runners, hikers, cyclists, swimmers, skiers, snowboarders, mountaineers, endurance athletes, fitness fanatics, and anyone else who wants to have an almost limitless amount of information immediately available at their fingertips. The Fenix Chrono houses an EXO+ GPS and GLONASS antenna, which serves as the basis for the unit's location-marking, activity-tracking, and route-planning capabilities. Like its Fenix relatives, the Chrono charts speed, distance, location, destination, elevation, and energy expenditure during almost any imaginable activity. It can also generate a virtual training partner or pit you against your previous efforts on days when your actual training buddies are still in bed.Once it has tracked all of these things, the Fenix Chrono can save them or automatically share them with your phone, tablet, or computer, so you can see what you've ...
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Garmin Fenix Chronos Titanium Watch Garmin Fenix Chronos Titanium Watch
If you put your head down for the last few years and woke up from a nap now, you wouldn't be blamed for barely recognizing the new crop of "watches" gracing your compatriots wrists as they run, golf, hike, and ski. As a pioneer of the original fitness watches, Garmin continues to push this charge toward the future with models like the Fenix Chronos Titanium Watch. Delivering an unprecedented array of features in a sleek, futuristic design, the Fenix Chronos blends everyday style with an astonishing amount of fitness watch capabilities. Garmin understands that we live in a busy world, so the Fenix Chronos comes prepared to transition from your everyday life to your active one seamlessly using high-end materials and classic aesthetics. The watch transitions easily from business lunches to golf course outings, telling you the time during the former and breaking down yardage during the latter. Additionally, you'll gain full access to all major running, swimming, and cycling metrics, including compatibility with Garmin Vector power meter pedals for cycling, as well as 24/7 activity and sleep tracking and speed and distance calculations during skiing and paddle sports. Head out on your annual hunting trip and wow your group with the Fenix Chronos' hunting and fishing calendars, sun and moon information, and area calculation, including "bread crumb trail" tracking to prevent navigation issues from sending you off-course. GLONASS satellite and GPS technology installed in the watch collaborate to give you weather reports and physiological measurements as well, making this one of the most advanced fitness watches currently on the market today.
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Garmin Foot Pod Garmin Foot Pod
This is the accessory you need to get your Garmin FR60 to track the distance you run, walk, or hike. Or you can sync it with the Forerunner 310XT to track indoor workouts. You either attach it to your shoelaces or, if you have the right shoes, you can tuck it into the mid-sole pocket. This isn't your basic foot pod. It uses a MEMS (micro electro-mechanical systems) inertial-sensor to determine your stride length and adjust as your stride changes. The whole thing is about the size of a quarter and has a tiny cantilever beam with a seismic mass inside. The mass moves when the pod moves and the deflection is measured. In other words, it's a tiny accelerometer that's 98% accurate. The sensor also measures and transmits running cadence to figure out your speed and optimize your running. The Garmin Foot Pod comes with the cradle that attaches it to shoelaces. The claimed weight is 10g.
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Garmin Forerunner 15 Garmin Forerunner 15
The popularity of Garmin's Vivofit has been overwhelming. But when you train, you don't want to wear two watches. For this reason, Garmin has combined the daily activity tracker of the Vivofit with the metrics of the Forerunner in the Forerunner 15. The Forerunner is predominantly designed for tuning up your running. It needs no programming and is ready to go the moment you put it on. For more focused training, you're able to program settings to show pace and distance and provide audible feedback for each interval or mile you complete. There's even a walk/run feature for beginning runners. Once your run is finished, you're able to upload the data through Garmin Connect to peruse it obsessively. In addition to running support, the Forerunner 15 comes with an ANT+ Sensor that will sync with Garmin's Foot Pod and Heart Rate monitor.
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Garmin Forerunner 15 Bundle Garmin Forerunner 15 Bundle
Partners have a tendency to bail on those 6am runs, but the Garmin Forerunner 15 Bundle won't ever roll over and say it's too tired to get up this early. It's not much for conversation, but who needs to talk when you're busy using the included heart rate monitor, step and calorie counters, and auto-lap tracker to take your workouts to the next level' The Forerunner can also let you know every time you've knocked out another mile, and the available foot pod lets you track your indoor workouts, so your treadmill mileage or indoor track laps don't go uncounted. Tracking data is one thing, but it's also useful to be able to analyze it later. The Forerunner can sync all your info with the Garmin Connect program, giving you the ability to investigate things like pace and total distance, plan workouts, and establish goals. You can share all the data with your flesh-and-blood training partners, too. Even with all this capability, the Forerunner 15 can run for up to five weeks before it needs a recharge, if the GPS mode is turned off, so you'll never have run stone-age style again.
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Garmin Forerunner 230 Garmin Forerunner 230
Whether you're training for a marathon or just looking to track your daily activity, make every minute count with the Garmin Forerunner 230. It packs a heap of technology to keep your fitness on point and analyze every detail of your daily activity and training bouts. The 230 tracks your distance, pace, and time out on the road, metrics that can be further supplemented with heart rate and estimated VO2 Max when paired with a compatible heart rate monitor strap (sold separately). For daily life, this watch tracks steps, distance, calories, and sleep to accurately assess your non-exercise time. The housing and crystal-clear face conceal a GPS and GLONASS antenna, which is the basis for all the activity-tracking capabilities of the Forerunner 230. It can tell you how fast you're going, how far you've gone, whether you're on pace, how fast your heart's beating, how many calories you've burned, how much elevation you've gained, how soundly you're sleeping, and host of other metrics. It even provides custom, goal-oriented workouts that are downloadable with Garmin Connect. For indoor sessions, the 230's built-in accelerometer accurately captures distance and pace on the treadmill -- no need for bulky foot pods. Once the Forerunner 230 has tracked all of these things, it can save them or automatically share them with Garmin Connect so you can see what you've done, the progress you've made, and start planning for the future. Among other things, it's compatible with ANT+, which lets your tracking devices talk to each other and share even more data. The 230 boasts a water-resistance rating of 5 ATM to withstand the forces of up to 50 meters of water and comes packaged with a charging/data clip and user manual.
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Garmin Forerunner 230 Bundle Garmin Forerunner 230 Bundle
Add some sporty style and -- more importantly -- massive metric-tracking capability to your suffer sessions with the Garmin Forerunner 230 Bundle. The Forerunner 230 tracks and saves workout data and daily biometrics for analysis at your leisure. During your daily life, this watch tracks steps, distance, calories, and sleep to accurately assess your non-exercise time. For workouts, it tracks distance, pace, time, and -- when paired with the included Garmin Premium heart rate monitor -- heart rate and estimated VO2 max. The housing and crystal-clear face conceal a GPS and GLONASS antenna, which is the basis for all the activity-tracking capabilities of the Forerunner 230. It can tell you how fast you're going, how far you've gone, whether you're on pace, how fast your heart's beating, how many calories you've burned, how much elevation you've gained, how soundly you're sleeping, and host of other metrics. It even provides custom, goal-oriented workouts that are downloadable with Garmin Connect. For indoor sessions, the 230's built-in accelerometer accurately captures distance and pace on the treadmill -- no need for bulky foot pods. Once the Forerunner 230 has tracked all of these things, it can save them or automatically share them with Garmin Connect so you can see what you've done, the progress you've made, and start planning for the future. Among other things, it's compatible with ANT+, which lets your tracking devices talk to each other and share even more data. The 230 boasts a water-resistance rating of 5 ATM to withstand the forces of up to 50 meters of water, and the bundle is finished with a charging/data clip and user manual.
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Garmin Forerunner 235 Garmin Forerunner 235
A weekend in the mountains running a half marathon with your college friends' Sounds perfect. Sure, the weekend will mostly be about eating, drinking, and catching up, but 13. 1 miles will be waiting for you at some point during those few days. Now that you're committed, step up your training by investing in Garmin's Forerunner 235. With its user-friendly design and host of training metrics, the Forerunner 235 will help you train efficiently so you can impress your friends at the finish line. One of the biggest features Garmin added to the Forerunner 235 to set it apart from other Forerunner models is wrist-based heart rate. Leave the cumbersome heart rate band at home without missing out on your BPM with this new addition to the watch, then check up on your pace, estimated V02 max, and distance whether you're logging your miles inside or out. When you lace up your shoes, leave your phone at home and get some dedicated time for yourself out on your run; the Forerunner 235 will display your smartphone notifications while you're out so you aren't bombarded with a slew of missed calls and texts when you get back home. Finally, Garmin also rolled its all-day fitness tracking into the Forerunner 235 too, which will hold you accountable for your sleep schedule, overall steps, and the time you spend sitting each day.
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Garmin Forerunner 25 Garmin Forerunner 25
Rather than making you choose between a wearable activity tracker and a running watch, Garmin combines both in the new Forerunner 25 to strike a Goldilocks-approved balance in price and metrics. Offering a considerable amount of data for a watch that's considered one of Garmin's entry-level models, the Forerunner 25 gives enough information to enhance your training without weighing you down when you just want to get out and run. As you head out the door and start running, the watch will display your pace, distance, and total time on one or more of its customizable screens, and if you train with a compatible heart rate strap, you'll be able to track your heart rate and calories throughout the run as well. Garmin also includes a built-in accelerometer, so you'll be able to track your distance on indoor tracks and treadmills without requiring you to use a foot pod. The accelerometer joins features like a virtual pacer and personal record notifications in a flood of trickle-down tech from Garmin's pricier models. Once you're done with a workout, the watch can stay in activity tracking mode for up to ten weeks, providing feedback on everything from your sleeping habits to how many steps you take per day.
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Garmin Forerunner 25 Bundle Garmin Forerunner 25 Bundle
If you're looking for an upgrade from a basic stopwatch but don't want to spend your entire run tripping on sidewalks as you toggle between screens trying to improve your vertical oscillation, don't worry. GPS watches don't have to make you so oblivious to everything but data that it completely obscures the act of just going out for a run. Garmin's Forerunner 25 Bundle strikes an ideal balance in information and price, offering data that can help you build on your training without weighing you down. Its simplified interface also includes a few new features that were previously only seen in Garmin's pricier models. When you head outside for a run, the watch will display your pace, distance, and total time using its built-in GPS capabilities; when you wear the included heart rate strap, it will also keep track of heart rate and calorie consumption throughout your run. On the days when you need to log your miles indoors, the watch's built-in accelerometer can track your distance on indoor tracks and treadmills without requiring you to use a compatible foot pod. This feature, as well as the included virtual pacer and personal record notifications, are new for a watch in this price range for Garmin. Once you're done with a workout, the watch can stay in activity tracking mode for up to ten weeks if fully charged, providing feedback on everything from your sleeping habits to how many steps you take per day. As with all Garmin watches, you'll have the option to upload and store your workouts on Garmin Connect, which allows you to track your progress over time and share your workouts on social media.
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Garmin Forerunner 35 Garmin Forerunner 35
The Forerunner 35 is Garmin's simple solution to gathering biometric training data during the simplest form of endurance training. It's built to be a stand-alone GPS running companion that handles everything from heart rate monitoring to route mapping with no phone or ancillary heart rate strap or footpod needed. Garmin assures us that you can "Just put on the Forerunner 35 and go"; however, since it's so unobtrusive and its benefits extend well beyond fitness training, chances are good you'll already have it on. Since that's the case, you can skip step one and proceed directly to "go." The Forerunner 35 dials down the functionality of some of Garmin's more expensive models, resulting in a simplified interface for tracking running and walking without the clutter of multisport features. It's something of a bridge between the vivofit and Forerunner lines, combining biometric and lifestyle data with the added oomph of GPS tracking and route mapping. Compared to the vivoactive, it sacrifices multisport functionality while adding the above-mentioned heart rate monitor. If you're primarily a pedestrian athlete, then the vivoactive's golf, swim, and cycling modes won't be missed. The heart rate monitor will prove invaluable, though, both during training sessions and your everyday life. While you're logging workouts, the Forerunner 35's GPS capabilities track distance and speed while mapping the route. While these features do extend to time in the saddle, the unit is designed primarily for running. The addition of Garmin Move IQ means the Forerunner 35 transitions seamlessly from running to walking while keeping a constant eye on steps taken. The optical, wrist-based heart rate monitor is a constant feature, though, and while it may not offer the precision of a trained medical professional constantly checking your pulse, it does keep you abreast of exertion levels including intensity minutes. This lets it manage interval training for you, letting you focus on exertion ...
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Garmin Forerunner 630 Garmin Forerunner 630
We'd be a few years late in saying that the days of stopwatches gracing the wrists of every runner we see are behind us, but with Garmin's latest additions to its data-loving family, we'd go so far as to say that the days of watches that only tell us pace, distance, and calories are numbered too. The new Garmin Forerunner 630 offers a substantial mix of features and training metrics that give serious athletes and aspiring amateurs alike the opportunity to be coached directly from their wrists. If you're a minimalist, this watch is probably not for you; but for runners interested in taking a strategic, data-driven approach to training, the Forerunner 630 makes a formidable training companion. As you'd expect, the Forerunner 630 calculates all of the basics: pace, distance, calories burned, and time. When you pair the watch with an ANT+ heart rate strap, you gain access to a significantly more detailed group of measurements, including ground contact time balance, stride length, performance condition, VO2 max estimate, and lactate threshold. Stride length and ground contact time balance both address form inefficiencies, while performance condition relies on heart-rate data from training to estimate how you'll do in a race. So, when you show up to a race and find the temperature is 20 degrees warmer than what you trained for, you'll be able to watch in real time how much harder your body has to work to maintain pace -- no more writing mile splits on each palm then having to mentally recalculate when the race doesn't go to plan. As you train, Garmin's stress score provides a way to measure workouts against one another and aims to address common overtraining tendencies in amateur athletes. If you're going too hard, the watch's built-in recovery advisor can tell you when to let your body stop and rest, especially after a hard race or workout. Garmin Connect, Garmin's online training and data-storing platform, aims to make analyzing and organizing data easier with a ho...
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Garmin Forerunner 630 Bundle Garmin Forerunner 630 Bundle
Garmin continuously challenges the limits of how much data is accessible to endurance athletes from their wrists, never content with sitting still and offering the same mix of features for long. Its latest virtual coach, the Forerunner 630, improves upon the impressive 600 series of watches Garmin has been making for the past few years, adding and enhancing features that make it nearly unrecognizable when compared to its older, simpler predecessors. The Forerunner 630 Bundle includes Garmin's compatible heart rate strap, so you'll get full access to many of the watch's features right out of the box. As you'd expect, the Forerunner 630 calculates all of the basics: pace, distance, calories, and time. When you pair the watch with an ANT+ heart rate strap, you gain access to a significantly more detailed group of measurements, including ground contact time, stride length, performance condition, VO2 max estimate, and lactate threshold. Stride length and ground contact time both address form inefficiencies, while performance condition relies on heart rate data from training to estimate how you'll do in an actual race. So when you show up to a race and find the temperature is 20 degrees warmer than what you trained for, you'll be able to watch in real time how much harder your body has to work to maintain pace -- no more writing mile splits on each palm then having to mentally recalculate when the race doesn't go to plan. As you train, Garmin's stress score provides a way to measure workouts against one another and aims to address common overtraining tendencies. If you're going too hard, the watch's built-in recovery advisor can tell you when to let your body stop and rest, especially after a hard race or workout. Garmin Connect, Garmin's online training and data-storage platform, aims to make analyzing and organizing data easier with a host of color-coordinated training charts and graphs, and the Forerunner 630 uploads workouts automatically to the site when it's co...
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Garmin Forerunner 735XT Garmin Forerunner 735XT
Serious multi-sport athletes need serious data tracking ability, and the Garmin Forerunner 735XT brings it in spades. Its ability to transition seamlessly from run to bike to swim with a quick click of a button makes it the perfect training partner for aspiring amateurs and professional athletes alike. Most notably in comparison to other smart watches available, the 735XT incorporates Garmin's new and proprietary Elevate optical sensor at the wrist, eliminating the need for a chest strap. While Garmin claims Elevate is appropriate for tracking intense activities and training zones, it may be a good idea to stick to your traditional chest strap for interval sessions until Elevate's accuracy is proven, given the issues with many of the other optical sensors currently on the market. Garmin couches Elevate as freedom from heart rate straps on race day and recommends pairing the 735XT with a heart rate strap for precise data tracking during training and additional features such as ground contact time balance, stride length, and vertical ratio running dynamics. The Forerunner 735XT is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed, and other metrics depending on your choice of activity, and all of the data can be uploaded to Garmin Connect for in-depth analysis. It also connects to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. In addition to all this, it still brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart watches and wearables, including text and call notifications, steps taken, calories burned, and sleep patterns, so you can stay on top of nutrition and recovery.
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Garmin Forerunner 735XT HRM4-Run Bundle Garmin Forerunner 735XT HRM4-Run Bundle
Your high school track coach may have been channeling the '70s by carefully metering water rations to reward grueling hill repeats with sparse drops of sustenance and that old school "no pain, no gain" approach to endurance training, but that doesn't mean you have to be stuck there, too. Hills can still be your frenemies as you welcome new technology with the Garmin Forerunner 735XT HRM4-Run Bundle and stride into a smarter way of tracking progress. Most notable when compared to other smart watches available, the 735XT incorporates Garmin's new and proprietary Elevate optical sensor at the wrist. Garmin couches Elevate as freedom from heart rate straps on race day and includes its HRM-Run strap in this bundle for precise data tracking during training and additional features such as ground contact time balance, stride length, and vertical ratio running dynamics. While Garmin claims Elevate is appropriate for tracking intense activities and training zones, it may be a good idea to make use of the included chest strap for interval sessions and other key training sessions until Elevate's accuracy is proven, given the issues with many of the other optical sensors currently on the market. The Forerunner 735XT is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed, and other metrics depending on your choice of activity, and all of that date can be uploaded to Garmin Connect for in-depth analysis. It connects to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It also brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart watches and wearables, including text and call notifications, steps taken, calories burned, and sleep patterns so you can stay on top of nutrition and recovery.
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Garmin Forerunner 735XT Tri-Bundle Garmin Forerunner 735XT Tri-Bundle
Solely tracking data for run and bike time during triathlon training is kind of like painstakingly measuring most of the ingredients for a cake and then deciding to wing it on the flour and hope it turns out ok. Get dialed-in and see the full picture of your multi-discipline training with the Garmin Forerunner 735XT Tri-Bundle. Designed especially for triathletes, this bundle provides everything you need to track your training and race data on land and in water. Most notably when compared to other smart watches available, the 735XT incorporates Garmin's proprietary new Elevate optical sensor at the wrist. While Garmin claims Elevate is appropriate for tracking intense activities and training zones, it may be a good idea to make use of the included chest strap for interval sessions and other key training sessions until Elevate's accuracy is proven, given the issues with many of the other optical sensors currently on the market. Garmin couches Elevate as freedom from heart rate straps on race day and includes two heart rate straps in this bundle for precise data tracking during training. The HRM-Swim strap is best for indoor pool training. Its non-slip and chemical-resistant strap has a wider profile to handle forces from wall push-offs and turns. It runs on a standard CR2032 battery that's easily replaceable with a trip to the neighborhood grocery store and has a claimed battery life of 18 months when swimming an average of three hours a week. The HRM-Tri strap is fashioned from a softer material and well-suited to track heart rate on land or during open water swims for training and races. It also runs on a standard CR2032 battery with a claimed battery life of 10 months with an average of one hour of Tri training per day. Both straps store heart rate data and transmit it wirelessly to your Garmin Epix, Fenix 3, or Forerunner 920XT device if you ever find yourself without the included 735XT. The Forerunner 735XT is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed...
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Garmin Forerunner 920XT Bundle Garmin Forerunner 920XT Bundle
Designed to be fully compatible with a heartrate monitor and power meter, the 920XT is just as impressive when used as a standalone training partner. It measures sleep and calories burned, so you can calculate your base metabolic needs. Added to that, it counts swim strokes, drills, and distance for laps. It even features a metronome that helps you to keep your stroke or cadence at your optimal speed, for those days when your mom isn't following you blowing a whistle. When paired with the included HRM-Run heartrate monitor and/or an optional power meter, the 920XT jumps to the next level of "wow." Not only will it estimate VO2, it even has the ability to know how long your feet stay on the ground during your run to assist with running form metrics. If that isn't smart, what is' Using any of Garmin's ANT+ power meters, you're able to receive the full list of power metrics through the 920XT. The Garmin 920XT also has smart alerts for emails and texts so you can seem like you're working when you're really getting in that second run. The 920XT weights a mere 61 grams, and given all the features, we think that's pretty impressive. The battery lasts up to 24 hours in training mode and 40 in UltraTrac mode. And of course, it also has a standard watch mode. Outside of all the features you can possible use in training, Garmin also is a part of the virtual world of Garmin Connect. The 920XT connects via a smartphone app, computer or even wirelessly. It uploads your workout files and allows you to track your training and compare data with friends. It also is compatible with the Russian GLONASS system so you won't get lost if you're ever on a long run in Siberia.
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Garmin Handlebar/Rollbar Mount Garmin Handlebar/Rollbar Mount
To catch all the action, you need to be in it. Garmin's Handlebar/Rollbar Mount gives you the flexibility to place your VIRB wherever you need it most. With thick and thin inserts, the mount's inside diameter is perfectly adjustable to fit bars ranging from . 75 inches to 1. 5 inches. It features an interlocking joint that grips rather than relying solely on tension --this greatly reduces vibration. You can mount it to your handlebars, top tube, or even your seat post. And, if you're feeling adventurous off the bike, the mount will fit anything from a rollbar on your car to a kayak paddle. The Garmin Handlebar/Rollbar Mount comes in One Size and One color.
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Garmin HRM-Run Garmin HRM-Run
The migration from simple stop watches to working out with computers on our wrists began with heart rate, and even now, most of the data measured by Garmin's fleet of scary-smart gadgets has something to do with that metric. Access everything your new watch can do and learn how hard your heart works during different activities, whether you're working towards heart rate-based training or are just curious, with Garmin's HRM-Run. It pairs with the brand's newer devices and features an acclerometer to keep track of how fast you're moving inside or out on the roads. Whether you're barrel-chested or petite, the soft, stretchy strap will adjust to fit around your rib cage, and once you have it adjusted, the strap will stay out of your way while you work up a sweat.
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Garmin HRM-Tri Garmin HRM-Tri
Garmin's HRM-Tri heart rate monitor strap is fashioned from a soft material and well-suited to tracking heart rate on land or during wetsuit-legal events, but we don't recommend it for pool workouts or swims without wetsuits. It runs on a standard CR2032 battery with a claimed battery life of 10 months at an average of one hour of training per day, and it transmits wirelessly to a Garmin Epix, Fenix 3, or Forerunner 920XT device.
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Garmin HRM-Tri/HRM-Swim Accessory Bundle Garmin HRM-Tri/HRM-Swim Accessory Bundle
For many triathletes, tracking biometric data on the run and bike training blocks is second nature, but the swim is measured only in distance covered and lap times. Now, you can get the most out of every second of training with the Garmin HRM-Tri/HRM-Swim Accessory Bundle. Designed especially for triathletes, this bundle provides all you need to track your training and race biometrics on land and in the water. This bundle includes two heart rate monitor straps -- the HRM-Swim and HRM-Tri. The HRM-Swim is best served for indoor pool training because it's a non-slip, chemical-resistant strap with a wider profile to handle forces from wall push-offs and turns. It runs on a standard CR2032 battery that's easily replaceable with a trip to the neighborhood grocery store. Its claimed battery life is 18 months when swimming an average of three hours a week. The HRM-Tri is fashioned from a softer material and well-suited to tracking heart rate on land or during open water swims for training and races. It also runs on a standard CR2032 battery with a claimed battery life of 10 months at an average of one hour of training per day. Both straps store heart rate data and transmit it wirelessly to your Garmin Epix, Fenix 3, or Forerunner 920XT device.
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Garmin Mini USB Cable Garmin Mini USB Cable
If you need to maximize the power of your Garmin device, you'll need to connect it to the internet. We know that we're not blowing any minds here, but the Garmin Mini USB Cable supplies you with access to unlimited data possibilities. Just a small sample of what lies ahead is access to map and software updates, route and waypoint creation, Garmin Connect, and unit charging. The Garm Mini USB Cable is compatible with all Garmin devices that feature a mini-USB port.
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Garmin Mini USB Cable Garmin Mini USB Cable
Whether you've got a VIRB camera or a GPS, whether you're charging your device or updating it, your life will be a lot easier if you've got the Garmin Mini USB cable. You've seen them before, and your device most likely came with one, but whether you need a backup, or you're looking for a replacement, this USB to Mini USB converter gives you the power to charge, update, and generally get the most out of your Garmin.
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Garmin Out-Front Bike Mount Garmin Out-Front Bike Mount
Forget rigging up your Garmin Edge cycling computer with jenky zip ties the minute you pick up the Garmin Out-Front Bike Mount. This sleek, incredibly secure mount is compatible with Garmin Edge series 200, 500, 510, 800, and 810 bike computers, also working with the Garmin Forerunner 310 and 910XT with the addition of Garmin's separate quick-release kit. Besides being an incredibly secure, pro-looking mount that ideally pairs with your favorite training and racing bikes, this Garmin mount places your Edge or Forerunner directly in front of your stem plate for quick and easy reading at a moment's glance. It attaches to standard 31. 8-millimeter handlebars for compatibility with your favorite drop bars.
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Garmin Quarter Turn Bike Mount Garmin Quarter Turn Bike Mount
While your Edge 800 or Edge 500 GPS comes with two of these Quarter Turn Bike Mounts, what if you lose one and like to ride with your Garmin GPS on more than one bike -- perhaps on your road and mountain bikes' Luckily you can purchase them separately here. The Garmin Quarter Turn Bike Mount secures quickly and easily to your stem or handlebars without tools, using sturdy O-rings. You'll get four O-rings -- two of each size -- so you can install the mount on any size handlebars and stems -- wing shaped, round or oval. Once installed, you be able to move your Garmin Edge 800 from bike to bike with ease, and with the simplicity of the mount, you'll be ready to ride in 30 seconds or less.
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Garmin Small Tube Mount Garmin Small Tube Mount
Sometimes, you need to mount your VIRB to something other than your handlebars if you're going to get the perfect angle. The Garmin Small Tube Mount accessory accommodates everything from ski poles to roll bars, so the action is always in frame. The mount features an adjustable ring that fits diameters from 0. 35 to 0. 95-inches. Its interlocking joints grip, instead of relying solely on tension. As a result, the mount provides a more rugged and durable anti-vibration system for your VIRB. The Garmin Small Tube Mount is compatible with the VIRB and VIRB Elite.
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Garmin USB Power Adapter Garmin USB Power Adapter
Are you traveling to a dream destination for the ride of your life' Do you want to make sure that every moment of the adventure is recorded' Well, the Garmin USB Power Adapter for your VIRB or VIRB HD, uses your existing USB cable to charge your unit in almost any international outlet. Adapters are included for the US, UK, Australia, and Europe. However, please not that the USB cable is not included.
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Garmin Varia Vision Garmin Varia Vision
Not so long ago, rumors of glasses with live-stream data updating straight into your line of vision would've still been relegated to futuristic movies and science fiction novels. Now, they're changing the way we train. Mount Garmin's Varia Vision onto either arm of your sunglasses and see metrics like speed, distance, and cadence cleanly arranged in front of you on the 428 x 240 pixel display, delivered from your bike computer. Choose from up to four different fields to look at as you ride, and receive navigational updates to keep you looking up at the road rather than distractedly glancing to look at a bar-mounted computer every few minutes. Weighing under 30 grams, the Varia Vision won't feel cumbersome as you ride, and it's built to withstand surprise rain showers with a waterproof rating of IPX7. Addressing criticisms that technology dulls athletes' awareness of the world around them, the Varia Vision is equipped to inform you when a car is approaching from behind, and it was built to communicate seamlessly with existing Garmin computers using ANT+ to give you uncluttered data you need without obstructing your vision, with the rest displayed on the computer screen.
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Garmin Vented Helmet Strap Garmin Vented Helmet Strap
Love your Garmin VIRB camera, and want to stick it on your head' If you've got the Garmin Vented Helmet Strap mount, getting a solid mount on your helmet will be a snap. Sure, you might look a little funny with an electronic box sticking out the top of your dome, but at least your footage will be crisp and shake-free.The Garmin Vented Helmet Strap is available in one size and in the color Black.
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Garmin Vivoactive Garmin Vivoactive
Garmin's Vivoactive is an intuitively simple wearable that -- when paired with compatible sensors -- displays biometrics gathered from the myriad aspects of your life on a bright, vibrant touchscreen. It brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart wearables, including text and call notifications, calendar synching, playlist control, steps taken, calories burned, sleep patterns, and even social media alerts, so you know the moment someone snakes one of your Strava segments. The training functions display speed, distance, and pace and heart rate alerts so you'll stay on track to reclaim your KOMs. In addition to all of these relatively standard capabilities, the Vivoactive can connect to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It does also come with some unexpected features, like activity goals that are assigned based on inveterate activity levels and sedentary alarms, which warn you when life at the desk is threatening to hamper your metabolism. For all these included and potential features, the Vivoactive's strongest selling point may be its body. The screen is a huge, always-on affair that's readable even under the bright Kona sun. Despite the impressive display, Garmin still manages to keep the claimed weight to just 38g, and the 8mm profile is slim enough to transition seamlessly from saddle to pool to track or even to the golf course in the event you want to ruin an otherwise restful recovery day with a frustrating 18 holes.
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Garmin Vivofit 2 Garmin Vivofit 2
Garmin's Vivofit 2 is an updated version of the minimally sized wearable that opens up a world of biometrics. New additions to the Vivofit 2 include a backlit screen and automatic synching with the data storage, sharing, and management of Garmin Connect. Meanwhile, the host of features that made its predecessor fit for life in the active community return virtually unchanged. Our personal favorites of the returning features include the accelerometer, which tracks indoor, stationary workouts without the need for an additional footpod, and the Move Bar activity alarm, which keeps you on point by actively reminding you to avoid staying sedentary for too long. The Vivofit 2 is also ideal to track recovery between training sessions, with a sleep monitor that marks periods of restless or restful slumber. It also counts calories, including base metabolic rate, and suggests daily goals based on your personal activity history. This means that, even when you're in the office instead of the saddle, the Vivofit 2 helps you maintain a conscious awareness of your overall activity level.
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Garmin Vivofit 2 Bundle Garmin Vivofit 2 Bundle
The Vivofit 2 Bundle combines the updated version of Garmin's popular, minimally sized wearable with a compatible heart rate monitor. The Vivofit 2's updates include a backlit screen and automatic synching with the data storage, sharing, and management of Garmin Connect. The heart rate monitor means you can immediately take advantage of the host of features that made its predecessor such a common sight in the active community. Our personal favorites of the returning features include the accelerometer, which tracks indoor, stationary workouts without the need for an additional footpod, and the Move Bar activity alarm, which keeps you on point by actively reminding you to avoid staying sedentary for too long. The Vivofit 2 is also ideal to track recovery between training sessions, with a sleep monitor that marks periods of restless or restful slumber. It also counts calories, including base metabolic rate, and suggests daily goals based on your personal activity history. This means that, even when you're in the office instead of the saddle, the Vivofit 2 helps you maintain a conscious awareness of your overall activity level.
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Garmin Vivofit 3 Garmin Vivofit 3
If you take a look around at a popular outdoor running loop or your local gym, you're bound to see plenty of wrists sporting wearable fitness gadgets whether their wearers are walking, running, hiking, or hitting the weight racks. For a whole host of practical, well-deserved reasons, wearable fitness trackers have taken off faster than carb-free, anti-fat diets or group fitness crazes. Small and light, wearables like Garmin's Vivofit 3 are designed to be worn comfortably all day with an easy-to-read screen that displays information like distance, overall steps, and calories burned without overburdening you with unnecessary information. With its battery boasting a one-year lifespan, you can feel just fine about leaving your Vivofit 3 turned on all the time to track how you're sleeping and how often you're moving. This also facilitates automatically syncing to Garmin Connect, Garmin's training platform and app that stores your data so you can monitor your progress. If you have a job that requires you to sit for long stretches, you can program the Vivofit 3 to notify you when you've been sitting longer than is recommended for overall health, as well as set daily goals for overall steps and distance, helping keep you accountable for getting enough exercise and letting you know when you don't hit your marks. Whether you're working to maintain a rigorous training schedule or are looking to start one, the Vivofit 3 comes with Move IQ built-in, intuiting your change in activity so you don't have to risk tripping mid-run while toggling through separate screens to switch activity modes. If you want to also keep track of your heart rate, you can do so by wearing Garmin's heart rate monitor and syncing it with your Vivofit during activities.
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Garmin Vivomove Activity Tracker Garmin Vivomove Activity Tracker
We're thoroughly impressed with the amount of daily activities Garmin's featherweight wearables can detect unobtrusively from our wrists, but sometimes, we miss classic leather bands and analog displays. With the growing availability of small touchscreen computers that can be worn at the wrist, seeing simple timepieces, even at the office, is becoming a rarity. The forward-marching tech pioneers at Garmin recognize this and created the Garmin Vivomove Activity Tracker for the nostalgic among us who can still benefit from activity tracking throughout the day. Slim and light, the Vivomove looks like a simple analog watch at first glance, with activity tracking features subtly integrated into its face so that they're easily visible if you're looking but not overtly noticeable at a passing glance. The Vivomove quietly counts steps throughout the day, monitoring how much you've moved with a red bar on the right side of the display. It gently reminds you when you've been sitting too long, and provides the option to track your sleep if you're having trouble getting the right amount of shut-eye. The Vivomove won't inundate you with excessive stats and data during your day, but it will automatically upload to Garmin Connect several times throughout the day so that you have access to your daily activities and can keep an eye on your weekly or monthly progress. Unlike complicated fitness watches, the Vivomove doesn't require frequent recharging and a host of cables; its coin cell battery has a lifespan of around a year, so you can make the watch an everyday part of your wardrobe without feeling like you're tethered yet another electronic device.
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Garmin Vivomove Premium Activity Tracker Garmin Vivomove Premium Activity Tracker
You spend most of your free time making dreamy eye contact with the touchscreen, full-color miniature computer you wear on your wrist as you work out, convinced it may actually be more intelligent than you are. When you trade getting feedback on vertical oscillation and cadence for real world responsibilities, you don't want to be without data entirely, but you also don't want to be weighed down by your 920XT when you're sitting at a desk. As with everything else they do, the forward-thinkers at Garmin anticipated what we needed before we did, giving us the Garmin Vivomove Premium Activity Tracker to add a dose of nostalgic-yet-savvy style to daily life. In this age of futuristic wearable fitness trackers, seeing a classic timepiece around is becoming more and more of a rarity. Adopting an analog display, steel casing, and a leather band, Garmin gives a nod to the more traditional among us, subtly integrating a daily step gauge and move bar into the display so that it's visible only if you're looking for it. The Vivomove Premium's capabilities are concise: step tracking, accelerometer for indoor workouts, sleep monitoring, a move bar, and the option to create auto goals for steps. That's all Garmin feels you need to know during your day-to-day life, and we admire the decision to not overload us with unnecessary training info when we aren't working out. As with all other Garmin products, the Vivomove comes with access to the Garmin Connect data platform, and the watch updates continuously throughout the day on its own, with no need for cables or computer access. Its simpler features mean that its replaceable coin cell battery lasts for up to a year, refreshingly making it one of the few devices you don't have to charge every night before bed.
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Garmin vivosmart Bundle Garmin vivosmart Bundle
Garmin's Vivosmart Bundle offers a sleek and convenient way to achieve the optimal healthy lifestyle. The Vivosmart Bundle includes Garmin's heart rate monitor, which syncs automatically with the vivosmart wearable. The OLED display shows your distance traveled, steps taken, calories burned, and you can easily scroll through functions with a simple touch and swipe. The vivosmart also features Auto Goal, which allows you to track your present levels of fitness and introduce new goals and milestones as you progress. And if you've been stuck in a chair for longer than an hour, vivosmart features an inactivity monitor that will send you a gentle vibration, letting you know it's time to move--as research shows that prolonged inactivity decreases your body's production of fat-burning enzymes. In addition to keeping you active, vivosmart keeps you connected with its smart notification feature, letting you know whenever you receive a text, email, or call. Also, vivosmart automatically syncs your data to Garmin Connect, an online fitness community. The vivosmart features a 5 ATM water rating, which means you can wear it 24/7. The vivosmart performs the same duties as a watch, displaying the time and programmable alarms. Finally, vivosmart's ability to monitor nocturnal movements, compared to restful sleep, will help you track your recovery.
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Garmin Vivosmart HR Activity Tracker Garmin Vivosmart HR Activity Tracker
When you start wearing the Garmin Vivosmart HR Activity Tracker, don't be surprised if you start referring to it as a person, jumping up out of your chair to tell your coworkers, friends, or family that "Vivo" just said you've been sitting for too long and need to get up. It sounds crazy, but this all-day fitness tracker will change the way you think about your everyday physical activity, encouraging you to stay consistently active throughout the day rather than being focused on detailed metrics from one high-intensity workout at a time. Since this is the Vivosmart HR, you'll have the added convenience of a built-in optical heart rate monitor measuring your BPM from your wrist, rather than from a clunky strap around your chest. As you go about your day, keep an eye on your heart rate to see how it changes, and feel free to take it along with you on runs or walks without needing to swap to a different fitness watch. Based on the CDC's recommended 150 minutes of physical activity per week, the Vivosmart files your workouts and will let you know if you haven't reached your daily or weekly goals. In addition to calculating your steps, the Vivosmart HR will also compute how many flights of stairs you've climbed, translating more exciting pursuits like an afternoon hike into a relatable metric. While you walk, you'll be able to stay abreast of smartphone notifications too, with the Vivosmart HR's screen giving you enough info to allow you to sort between trivial and important notifications so you can avoid being glued to your phone during your workout.
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K-Edge Handlebar Mount for Pioneer K-Edge Handlebar Mount for Pioneer
Mount your Pioneer head unit cleanly to your 31. 8mm carbon or aluminum handlebars with the K-Edge Handlebar Mount so you can keep track of your left and right side data as you ride. Constructed with durable, rigid aluminum, it reliably secures your computer using K-Edge's double locking system, positioning the display so you can easily see it from the saddle.
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K-Edge TT Handlbebar Computer Mount for Garmin K-Edge TT Handlbebar Computer Mount for Garmin
TT bikes, with their elbow rests and bar extensions, often suffer from badly cluttered cockpits. Fortunately, the good folks at K-Edge have developed a machined aluminum mount for your Garmin computer that places it below and between your base bar extensions. The K-Edge TT Handlebar Computer Mount not only puts your Garmin in an easy place to read, but a place that's naturally protected by your bike in the event of a fall. The TT Handlebar Computer Mount is built to be both light and Strong. Made from a single block of machined 6061 T6 aluminum, the mount moves your computer out of the way, but keeps it easily accessible. The mount position is also sleek, aerodynamic, and compatible with the Garmin Edge 200, 500, 510, 800, and 810 computers.
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Lezyne GPS Bar/Stem Mount Kit Lezyne GPS Bar/Stem Mount Kit
Lezyne has long been known for its attention to detail, evident in the clean lines and precision machining in even the smallest of its accessories. The GPS Bar/Stem Mount Kit carries on this tradition, featuring clean design and a rubber shim to cradle the composite X-Lock mounting bracket and protect your components. Two provided O-rings wrap around the bar or stem and attach firmly to the mounting bracket for a super secure hold with a soft touch on carbon or metal. Whether your original mount went missing or you just want a quick head unit transfer between bikes, this kit lets you clip in and get out the door with ease. The Mount Kit comes with Lezyne's standard X-Lock mount and two sets of O-rings to accommodate almost any handlebar or stem size, with an extra O-ring in each size just in case you lose one. Its X-Lock mounting bracket is compatible with the Lezyne Mini GPS, Power GPS, and Super GPS devices.
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Lezyne GPS O-Ring Set Lezyne GPS O-Ring Set
Freshen up a wobbly GPS mount with the Lezyne GPS O-Ring Set, which contains four o-rings (two large, two small) to fix up your setup and keep your GPS solidly affixed to your bars.
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Lezyne HR Flow Sensor Lezyne HR Flow Sensor
If you've got one of Lezyne's comically feature-laden GPS units (which, if you don't, you should probably ditch the overpriced video game console on your bar mount and pick one up), then you're probably in the market for a heart rate monitor. Keep it all kosher with Lezyne's own HR Flow Sensor, a Bluetooth-enable monitor that lets you examine the minutiae of your ticker when the pressure's on. The HR Flow Sensor works with any head unit that speaks Bluetooth, and an LED indicator keeps you abreast of the power situation in the replaceable battery.
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Lezyne Macro GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer Lezyne Macro GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer
Lezyne is celebrating the tenth year of its GPS ventures by retooling the entire line, adding yet more functionality to designs that already define the leading edge of the feature-to-price ratio. The Macro GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer is no exception, and it combines the Macro GPS's functionality with a heart rate monitor strap in order to complete the circle between ride details and biometric data. The head unit itself essentially packages the same improved functionality of the updated Mini GPS in a larger, more user-friendly footprint. It's still a barely noticeable addition to the cockpit, but the larger screen--equal to the Super GPS's screen and almost twice the size of the Mini--provides an option for those who want a supremely affordable GPS head unit with intuitive simplicity but an easier-to-read screen. Compared to the more expensive Super GPS model with which it shares a screen size, the Macro GPS drops features like Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and the built-in barometer and accelerometer. None of these omissions hamper the Macro's essential mission of providing satellite-generated data to record and improve your ride experience unless you're planning a gravel tour through the former Soviet Union or only own ANT+ accessories. Those omissions are even less noticeable in the presence of Lezyne's new Ally app, which allows the Macro GPS to sync with a smartphone in order to do what even the previous generation of the Super couldn't: provide live navigation and Strava syncing. Lezyne Ally lets you set pre-mapped routes to follow, and it also keeps tabs on segments when you're in the hunt. Even without a smartphone, the Macro GPS reads, displays, and records Bluetooth broadcasts from power meters, cadence sensors, the included heart rate monitor, and whatever other ancillaries you've got hanging on your frame. This data is all packaged for tidy transfer to Lezyne's Root GPS program, which is accessible through the brand's homepage and which provides an uplo...
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Lezyne Micro Color GPS Bike Computer Lezyne Micro Color GPS Bike Computer
Lezyne has been in the GPS game for a full decade now, and it's celebrating with the launch of a completely revised line of devices whose minimalist footprint and function-first aesthetics have become the brand's hallmarks. Though the Micro Color GPS Bike Computer does incorporate a host of new features--not least of which being the colored screen--it does largely stick to that ethos by providing a landing spot for almost any monitors, sensors, and meters you've got mounted to your bike or person. It combines those head unit duties with the ability to map and track by satellite, making it a catch-all for terrestrial and celestial ride data. The Micro Color represents a slight departure from that understated approach to looks, though, as it incorporates a full color display. In our experience with the Micro Color, this helps to more easily identify information at a glance, as each different piece of data displays next to a colored symbol: power output is a yellow bolt, heart rate is a red cardioid shape, directions are divided between yellow arrows and distances and white narrativized instructions, etc. So though it does represent a departure, the addition of pigments to the Micro Color's screen is also a logical step in Lezyne's function-focused development philosophy. Though its name suggests otherwise, the Micro Color GPS enjoys an expanded list of features that put it on par with Lezyne's more robust GPS units. the Micro picks up features that the Macro drops, including Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and a built-in barometer and accelerometer. It still connects to the GPS network and broadcasts via Bluetooth, but the added features make it even more effective. This is especially true of the barometer and accelerometer, which reduce the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a handheld device is communicating on a sub-meter scale with a positioning satellite some 12,550 miles removed from your handlebars. By cleaning up the data, the Macro G...
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Lezyne Micro Color GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer Lezyne Micro Color GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer
After a decade in the GPS business, it's safe to say that Lezyne has learned a bit about what features work and what features are just included for flash. The Micro Color GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer demonstrates this understanding by combining a function-first GPS handlebar unit with a heart rate monitor strap--an accessory that's become a virtual necessity for any dedicated training regime that privileges results over posturing. Even the Micro Color's one apparent nod toward non-functional embellishment, it's colored screen, is actually a functional design decision: rendering different information fields in coded colors allows for faster, more intuitive reading of the screen. Whether you're cooking corners on a singletrack descent, fighting for position in the bunch, or navigating treacherous gravel roads, the Micro Color GPS helps you keep more attention on what's happening around you rather than on trying to decipher your head unit. This being Lezyne, function exists on a much deeper level than just color, though. It combines GPS and GLONASS connectivity with an internal barometer and accelerometer, the latter two serving as local correctives to the former two, eliminating the wonky readings and navigational hiccups that can result when signals are bouncing across a 25,000-mile gap between bike and satellite. The Micro Color is also Bluetooth-enabled, so it communicates with a smartphone in order to take advantage of the route-planning and live-tracking features of Lezyne's Ally app. Though we've long been a fan of Lezyne's simple approach to GPS tracking, adding Bluetooth means that, through Ally, the unit now lets us hunt segments or update our online data live, mid-ride, on a variety of third-party programs. It can also provide text and call notifications--but we'd often just as soon turn that particular feature off while we're hammering through post-work intervals or following the unit's directional prompts on a pre-mapped weekend escape. If you choose to...
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Lezyne Micro Color GPS HR Loaded Watch Lezyne Micro Color GPS HR Loaded Watch
Though we're loathe to admit it, we aren't always gentle with our gear. We also don't always baby it the way that premium cycling kit necessarily warrants. That's why Lezyne's beat-the-hell-out-of-it design ethos makes the brand a popular favorite in the Competitive office. The Micro Color GPS HR Loaded Watch adapts that durable philosophy to life off the bike, too, letting us punish our gear through misuse, neglect, and the occasional catastrophic user error whether we're spinning wheels on asphalt and gravel or enjoying autumn's colors on a GPS-assisted mountain trek. And though we don't always take care of our gear the way we should, we do still expect it to take care of us. Lezyne includes two additional features here that help it do just that: a heart rate monitor and a full-color screen. The included Heart Rate Flow Monitor takes advantage of the Micro Color GPS Watch's Bluetooth capabilities to send biometric data from your chest to the display, and the unit's color screen means that the addition of heart rate data doesn't turn that display into an unintelligible pile of numbers. The color screen lets Lezyne code each data field with color, letting you quickly identify information at a glance so you can keep more attention on the road or trail and lessening the chance of the catastrophic user errors we mention above. Though its name suggests otherwise, the Micro Color GPS Watch enjoys an expanded list of features that put it on par with Lezyne's more robust GPS units. the Micro picks up features that the Macro drops, including Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and a built-in barometer and accelerometer. It still connects to the GPS network and broadcasts via Bluetooth, but the added features make it even more effective. This is especially true of the barometer and accelerometer, which reduce the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a handheld device is communicating on a sub-meter scale with a positioning satellite some 12,550 miles remo...
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Lezyne Micro Color GPS Watch Lezyne Micro Color GPS Watch
Lezyne celebrated the tenth anniversary of its GPS debut by releasing one of the most effective, economical lines of GPS computers we've ever mounted on our handlebars. Across the line, the internals were completely redesigned, but the Micro Color GPS Watch takes the design one step further by liberating the unit from the confines of a handlebar. It can still mount on a bar with an included adapter, but we understand the appeal of a clean, clutter-free cockpit. The Micro Watch lets you keep the bar tidy but still take advantage of GPS data tracking, and it easily transitions between lifestyle, running, hiking, and--of course--cycling modes to map your biometrics and the landscape while exploring the world around you. Like its bar-mounted stablemate, the Micro Color GPS Watch's full-color display represents a slight departure from Lezyne's otherwise understated approach to looks. In our experience with the Micro Color, this helps to more easily identify information at a glance, as each different piece of data displays next to a colored symbol: power output is a yellow bolt, heart rate is a red cardioid shape, navigation is divided between yellow characters (arrows and distances) and white (narrativized directional prompts), etc. Though it does represent a departure, the addition of pigments to the Micro Color's screen is also a logical step in Lezyne's function-focused development philosophy. Though its name suggests otherwise, the Micro Color GPS Watch enjoys an expanded list of features that put it on par with Lezyne's more robust GPS units. the Micro picks up features that the Macro drops, including Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and a built-in barometer and accelerometer. It still connects to the GPS network and broadcasts via Bluetooth, but the added features make it even more effective. This is especially true of the barometer and accelerometer, which reduce the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a handheld device is communicating on a...
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Lezyne Micro Color HRSC Loaded Bike Computer Lezyne Micro Color HRSC Loaded Bike Computer
By pairing its latest Micro Color GPS HRSC Loaded Bike Computer, Lezyne simplifies the cycling numbers game to one step: just add power. The package includes a Heart Rate Flow Monitor and a Cadence Speed Flow Sensor, both of which sync to the Micro via Bluetooth to send biometrics and ride data to the unit's display. Of course, this is in addition to the unit's already expansive GPS capabilities, and it means the only thing that the data-conscious cyclist needs to add is the ability to monitor the watts passing through the pedals. Once you take that step, the Micro collects and displays that data courtesy of Bluetooth or its ANT+ capabilities, so--even if you've already got the power meter angle covered--chances are good that the unit is compatible. If that pile of functional features doesn't drive the point home, we'll do it here: Lezyn is all about design following utility. Even the Micro Color's one apparent nod toward non-functional embellishment, it's colored screen, is actually a functional design decision: rendering different information fields in coded colors allows for faster, more intuitive reading of the screen. Whether you're cooking corners on a singletrack descent, fighting for position in the bunch, or navigating treacherous gravel roads, the Micro Color GPS helps you keep more attention on what's happening around you rather than on trying to decipher your head unit. In addition to the colored screen, the only significant difference between the Micro and the larger Super GPS units is that the big ones provide more storage for data between uploads. In our experience, serious cyclists will never need to worry about hitting that ceiling, and even multi-day touring and bikepacking sessions will have trouble filling the Micro's 200 hours of ride data capacity. This being Lezyne, function exists on a much deeper level than just color, though. It combines GPS and GLONASS connectivity with an internal barometer and accelerometer, the latter two serving as...
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Lezyne Micro GPS HR Loaded Watch Lezyne Micro GPS HR Loaded Watch
Like you, our lives in the outdoors extend beyond the saddle. Camping, hiking--whatever, we spend almost as much time on foot in the mountains of Northern Utah as we do on our bikes. Almost. Lezyne's Micro GPS HR Loaded Watch equips us for that lifestyle with a wrist-based GPS unit and an included heart rate monitor, giving us the flexibility to enjoy exploration by foot or bike but the glut of data we've come to expect for training. The included Heart Rate Flow Monitor takes advantage of the Micro GPS Watch's Bluetooth capabilities to send biometric data from your chest to the display, so you can track your effort during intervals on the bike or ignore it while taking in natural vistas on foot. Though its name suggests otherwise, the Micro GPS Watch enjoys an expanded list of features that put it on par with Lezyne's more robust GPS units. The Micro picks up features that the Macro drops, including Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and a built-in barometer and accelerometer. It still connects to the GPS network and broadcasts via Bluetooth, but the added features make it even more effective. This is especially true of the barometer and accelerometer, which reduce the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a handheld device is communicating on a sub-meter scale with a positioning satellite some 12,550 miles removed from your handlebars. By cleaning up the data, the Macro GPS provides more pinpoint accuracy; in a sport where centimeters often make the difference, that clean data matters. As with all of Lezyne's latest generation of GPS units, the Micro GPS Watch uses smartphones as portals to link up with Lezyne's new Ally app, which addresses one of the only critiques we had of the previous generations. By syncing with a smartphone via Ally, you're able to create or dial up pre-programmed routes. The Micro GPS will then give turn-by-turn directions to keep you on track, letting you switch your brain off and just ride, no stem notes required. If yo...
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Lezyne Micro GPS Watch Lezyne Micro GPS Watch
With outdoor tech becoming ever more specialized, Lezyne's Micro GPS Watch is a welcome piece of versatility. It was developed primarily for use as a cycling GPS computer, but--by mounting it to a wrist strap--Lezyne frees the Micro GPS Watch from the handlebar, so it can accompany you on bicycle or bipedal adventures. Whether you're wearing stiff, carbon-soled cycling shoes or stiff, steel-shank trekking boots, the Micro GPS Watch's satellite connectivity and universal wireless compatibility mean you'll be able to map your route and keep track of your biometrics. It's a wrist-mounted atlas for your body and the world around it. The Micro's name is a bit misleading, because it's actually got almost all of the functionality of many larger, more expensive GPS units . This includes Lezyne's own Super GPS, and the differences between the two come down to the Super's GLONASS connectivity, additional data storage, and larger screen. The added features and space mean the Super is also too large to function as a watch, recommending the Micro GPS Watch for any adventurer who wants GPS for all activities, not just cycling, and has no use for GLONASS because they're not touring the Russian backcountry anytime soon. Like the Super, the Micro GPS also supplements the usual GPS connectivity with a built-in accelerometer, which reduces the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a device is communicating on a sub-meter scale with a positioning satellite some 12,550 miles removed. As with all of Lezyne's latest generation of GPS units, the Micro Watch uses smartphones as portals to link up with Lezyne's Ally app to create and manage routes, give live updates on segments, and autosync with third-party training apps. Pairing the GPS tracking with Ally means you'll always be aware of where you are and where you're heading, but the ability to toggle smartphone notifications on or off lets you choose whether you want to stay in touch during post-work intervals or ...
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Lezyne Mini GPS Bike Computer Lezyne Mini GPS Bike Computer
Ever the tinkerers, Lezyne spent much of the last product cycle fiddling with its GPS designs, and not even the "simple" Mini GPS Bike Computer was left untouched. We set simple off in quotation marks because the Mini GPS is small, but its colossal data collection and route management abilities are rarely duplicated--even in much larger and more expensive models. And despite its Brobdignagian breadth of function, the Mini GPS remains one of the--yes--simplest, most intuitive GPS and training metric interfaces we've used. The biggest change between model years is the advent of Bluetooth compatibility, which was previously only enjoyed by its decidedly non-mini stablemates like the Super and Power GPS models. This update makes the Mini GPS a full-fledged head unit, giving it wireless access to power meters, heartrate monitors, and any other ancillary device that speaks Bluetooth. It also means that, though there may be GPS units or wired speed and cadence computers that are lighter than it is, the Mini GPS is virtually unchallenged as a GPS head unit--especially considering that anything that comes close to this level of functionality will likely cost much more. With Bluetooth comes the link to the ever-present smartphone, and the Mini GPS takes advantage by using Lezyne's Ally app in order to provide the kind of smart services that let us turn off our own head units and shuttle all the blood to our legs. With Lezyne Ally you can enable live tracking for anyone who wants to follow your ride, get live segment alerts from Strava, translate ride maps into turn-by-turn prompts, and sync with third party sites like Strava (of course) and TrainingPeaks. It also displays text and call notifications, but--to be perfectly honest--we'd typically rather just focus on the road. The new Mini GPS's less pronounced additions include a "return" button, which helps to navigate the Mini GPS's expanded menus and functions, and one addition by subtraction bears mentioning: the Mini GPS l
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Lezyne Mini GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer Lezyne Mini GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer
Lezyne's Mini GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer proves that, despite other manufacturer's apparent insistence to the contrary, tracking ride data and biometrics doesn't have to be a complicated, costly affair. The latest Mini GPS has been completely re-imagined, getting functional updates that bring it in line with GPS units costing two or three times as much; however, it's still one of the most intuitive, simplest training interfaces we've ever used. Lezyne packages it here with a Heart Rate Flow Sensor, which is a heart rate strap that communicates wirelessly with the Mini GPS via Bluetooth. The ability to speak Bluetooth is the biggest change between this Mini GPS and its predecessor. Bluetooth was previously only enjoyed by its decidedly non-mini stablemates like the Super and Power GPS models. This update makes the Mini GPS a full-fledged head unit, giving it wireless access to the included heart rate monitor, compatible power meters, and any other ancillary device that transmits via Bluetooth. It also means that, though there may be basic computers that are lighter than it is, the Mini GPS is virtually unchallenged as a GPS head unit--especially considering that anything that comes close to this level of functionality will likely cost much more. With Bluetooth comes the link to the ever-present smartphone, and the Mini GPS takes advantage by using Lezyne's Ally app in order to provide the kind of smart services that let us turn off our own head units and shuttle all the blood to our legs. With Lezyne Ally you can enable live tracking for anyone who wants to follow your ride, get live segment alerts from Strava, translate ride maps into turn-by-turn prompts, and sync with third party sites like Strava (of course) and TrainingPeaks. It also displays text and call notifications, but--to be perfectly honest--we'd typically rather just focus on the road. The new Mini GPS's less pronounced additions include a "return" button, which helps to navigate the Mini GPS's expa...
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Lezyne Power GPS Bike Computer Lezyne Power GPS Bike Computer
Lezyne's bottle cages, tools, and pumps have a solid reputation for striking design and functional details, and its recent foray into cockpit accessories lives up to those high expectations. This year, the company waded into the electronics and data tracking pond with a new line of affordable GPS cycling computers and a goal of going toe-to-toe with established leaders in the field of data tracking. The Power GPS Bike Computer sits in the middle of Lezyne's GPS line with a classy design and a wide range of ride data tracking capability. On the outside, the Power GPS is clean and streamlined. With an easy to read screen, simple four-button operation, and machined aluminum edges, this computer is user-friendly and adds a touch of classy design to any handlebar. At 30. 4mm wide and 37. 8mm tall, the screen is large enough to read out on the road, but not so large that it overwhelms your stem and causes others to wonder if you've strapped a phone to your bike. The screen features a backlight for clear readability in varying light conditions and an X-Lock standard stem mount holds the unit securely in place. Alternately, cyclists can opt for the available out-front mount option to reduce stem clutter. In addition to its good looks, the Super GPS is packed with technology for access to ride data. It pairs with Bluetooth Smart equipped devices, allowing a multitude of data gathering options. It features instant ride file download with plug-and-play flash technology for both Mac and Windows and direct upload to Lezyne's own GPS Root website for ride analysis and tracking. The Lezyne Ally phone app syncs rides via Bluetooth Smart, and ride files are compatible with popular third-party activity tracking sites. You can even receive text, e-mail, and phone call notifications when the unit is paired with a Bluetooth Smart enabled iOS or Android device. While the Lezyne Power GPS Bike Computer isn't able to pre-load and direct you through routes, it collects data as you ri...
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Lezyne Super GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer Lezyne Super GPS HR Loaded Bike Computer
The head unit market may be the only aspect of cycling that's more complicated than the ever shifting landscape of bottom bracket standards, but Lezyne declutters the field of choices with its Super HR Loaded Bike Computer. The Super GPS HR package includes two key elements: Lezyne's over-achieving Super GPS head unit and a Heart Rate Flow Sensor. The former sits on your handlebar, embarrassing more expensive GPS computers with an impressive body of functionality; the latter wraps around your chest, transmitting heart rate data to the Super GPS via wireless Bluetooth connectivity. Like its predecessor, the new Super GPS still backs up the usual GPS/Glonass connection with some local readings from a built-in accelerometer and a barometer. While the included heart rate monitor gives away the Super GPS's returning Bluetooth compatibility, it's worth noting that it also still connects with ANT+ meters and monitors, too. This effectively compiles all the ride, power, and biometric data you need in one, tidy package at the head of your cockpit. The biggest change for the new model year may well be the addition of Lezyne's Ally app, which addresses one of the only critiques we had of the previous Super GPS. By syncing with a smartphone via Ally, you're able to dial up pre-programmed routes or create your own. The Super GPS will then give turn-by-turn directions to keep you on track, letting you turn your brain off and just ride. If you're into just free roaming, then a bread crumb feature maps your ride out to guide you back. On days when you've got the itch for competition, Lezyne Ally also lets the Super GPS display live segment updates. When paired with a smartphone, the only key difference between it and the (much) more expensive head units dominating the market is that it lacks a color touchscreen. If you're more into data and training than flash and shininess, that's a negligible sacrifice. In addition to Strava, Lezyne Ally autosyncs with popular third party s...
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Magellan Cyclo 315 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle Magellan Cyclo 315 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle
Short of dropping around an additional $1,000 for an ANT+ power meter, the Cyclo 315 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle equips Magellan's most popular GPS head unit with every training metric an aspiring racer could ask for. The included heart rate monitor and speed and cadence sensor transmit wireless data to the versatile Cyclo 315, and -- this being Magellan -- you know the lengthy menu of SiRFstarIII GPS features and functionality give you enough route planning, recording, and detail parsing options for even the most seasoned veteran. As far as space-age exploration is concerned, the Cyclo 315 features all the same navigational genius of the more expensive 505 with two exceptions: no Bluetooth or smartphone connectivity. Detractors may complain that this means they won't get text, e-mail, and phone call updates on their head unit -- to which we say: this is a cycling accessory. Quit worrying about the phone and ride. It ANT+ connectivity does mean it can hook up with a compatible power meter, and it'll also pull info from a Di2 setup running with Shimano's D-Fly wireless system. Like the 505, the Cyclo 315's pre-loaded maps include cycling-specific notations; restaurants, bike shops, and generous shoulders and dedicated lanes are all called-out, keeping you informed of possible coffee stops and pleasant alternatives to gravelly, debris-strewn shoulders on sketchy highways. By creating a rider profile, you can also ensure that you don't find yourself traversing punishing grades on a rest day or hitting dirt or gravel roads on your carbon rims and supple race tires. For off-road riding, it will also ensure that you spend the maximum amount of your ride navigating lines through rock gutters and root lattices instead of traffic furniture. If you'd rather introduce an element of exploration to your ride, the Cyclo 315 also shares the 505's Surprise Me feature. Surprise Me automatically generates three prospective routes for you to choose from. Just to make you're your...
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Magellan Cyclo 505 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle Magellan Cyclo 505 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle
The Magellan Cyclo 505 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle is like a super nerdy friend that spends oodles of time researching maps and route options, always knows a good new route to ride, and can find the way home if the group gets lost along the way. This little computer packs a big punch in the GPS game with its connectivity, routing options, and data tracking features to get the most out of every ride. The 505 HC's three-inch color touchscreen is transflective for easy readability even in direct sunlight, and is built to be usable with or without gloves. Simple menus and large button controls also make navigation a breeze in any conditions. The unit is water resistant to IPX-7 standards, which means it can be submerged in up to a meter of water for 30 minutes. In general, it's probably best not to take your 505 HC swimming, but it'll survive if you drop it in a puddle or get caught in a rainstorm. Where the 505 HC really shines is in its mapping capability. It comes preloaded with maps that show bike lanes, routes, and cycling points of interest such as bike shops and restaurants. You can search for new routes to ride or record and share your favorite local loops for others to find. With turn-by-turn instructions, navigating routes is straightforward and simple -- just enjoy the views and let the computer lead the way. If you do end up lost, the 505 HC's back tracking functionality will quickly let you know how to get back on course or back to your ride start. If you start out lost (read: not knowing where you want to ride), the Surprise Me Routing program can give you up to three route options of varying difficulty to choose from based on your preferred start point, distance, and ride time. To share the route with other Magellan 315 or 505 users, Shake and Share lets you transmit the route wirelessly by simply shaking your device towards the other unit. Touted as one of the first GPS units to incorporate Bluetooth Smart connectivity compatible with iPhone an...
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Mavic R-Sys Spoke Magnet Mavic R-Sys Spoke Magnet
If you're running any of Mavic's new R-Sys wheels or the Ksyrium SLR, you've surely encountered some problems in the compatibility department. Namely, this issue becomes apparent in the use of spoke magnets. Why' Because Mavic's carbon Tracomp spoke shape doesn't accommodate the use of standard spoke magnets. However, Mavic has a solution for you beyond the fleeting euphoria of cursing and wailing -- the R-Sys Spoke Magnet. This magnet is quite small, yet amazingly powerful. So, you'll find that it effectively pairs with nearly any bike computer. The Mavic R-Sys Spoke Magnet is available in one size and one color. Please note that this magnet is only compatible with the following Mavic wheels: R-Sys SLR, R-Sys, and Ksyrium SLR.
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Pioneer Color Touchscreen Cycle-Computer Pioneer Color Touchscreen Cycle-Computer
The Pioneer Color Touchscreen Cycle-Computer displays all your vital metrics on an easy-to-read and control touchscreen display. When you need instant feedback on your power output, pedaling efficiency, and other stats to keep yourself on track, this advanced system has you covered. One of the coolest features on this computer is Pioneer's Pedal Monitoring System, which lets you see power output for each leg independently through visual representations of contributing torque and losses. Preconfigured screens display a range of one to nine metrics at a time and you can turn each of the six preconfigured screens on or off--or customize them so that they're useful to you. Other computers can be a hassle to use on the road, but this computer easily swipes right or left between screens like your smartphone. You can upload your log data to Pioneer's Cyclo-Sphere website to analyze all your data with easy-to-comprehend graphs and numerical datasets.
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Pioneer Cycle-Computer Bundle with Heart Rate Monitor & Cadence Sensor Pioneer Cycle-Computer Bundle with Heart Rate Monitor & Cadence Sensor
The Pioneer Cycle-Computer bundle is, as they say, the total package. The SGX-CA500 is a bit of a pioneer itself, with Pioneer's new Pedal Monitoring System and Pioneer's cloud-based Cyclo-Sphere website to optimize your training. Once bundled with the Heart Rate Monitor and Cadence Sensor, however, your bike becomes a your own gym with a personal trainer. Pioneer's Pedal Monitoring System displays power output for each leg to help you even out your pedal power and increase efficiency. The SGX-CA500 includes six preconfigured screens that display a range of one to nine metrics at a time. You can choose the information you need by simply swiping through the screens like a smartphone. This makes navigation easy, even when you're pedaling. After the ride, you can upload the data to Pioneer's cloud-based Cyclo-Sphere website using the built-in WiFi feature. Cyclo-Sphere is an online training center that lets you analyze left- and right-side pedal efficiency, power, and force vectors, among other types of data designed to optimize your training and whip you into race-day condition quickly.
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Pioneer SGX-CA500 Cycle Computer Standard Bar Mount Pioneer SGX-CA500 Cycle Computer Standard Bar Mount
Pioneer's new SGX-CA500 Computer Bar Mount is taking the world of cyclocomputers by storm. It's a great piece of tech that's as tough as it is smart, but sometimes, accidents happen. This original Pioneer replacement bracket is made of high-quality plastic and mounts to 31. 8mm handlebars with a single bolt, designed to place the unit's display in front of your stem's faceplate.
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Pioneer SGY-BR500T Cycle Computer TT/Triathlon Bar Mount Pioneer SGY-BR500T Cycle Computer TT/Triathlon Bar Mount
The Pioneer SGY-BR500T Cycle Computer TT/Triathlon Bar Mount is designed to be clamped onto one of your parallel time trial/triathlon bike handlebar extensions. It attaches easily so your Pioneer SGX-CA500 computer can do the same.
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Profile Design Universal Computer Mount Profile Design Universal Computer Mount
With Profile Design's Universal Computer Mount, there's no need to leave your computer or GPS off your bike just because you put your aerobars on. The mount easily attaches to the extensions to put your computer in an ideal viewing position when you're on your bars, and it comes in two sizes -- 25mm and 60mm -- to accommodate most standard aerobars. Made with durable injected nylon/glass fiber, it won't add much extra weight to your frame, and your device will stay where you need it to for your next time trial or triathlon.
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Sigma RC MOVE Watch with HR Sigma RC MOVE Watch with HR
Sigma's RC Move Watch with HR is designed to be the all-purpose heart rate monitoring tool for cross-training athletes. While the free Sigma Move app gives it the ability to measure speed and distance, the unit itself is pre-equipped to sync with the included R1 Blue Comfortex+ heart rate monitor for all the functions you'd expect, including zone alarms to guide you through intervals when the blood's rushing from your brain to your legs. It also counts laps for your swim days and counts calories burned for every day in the early spring when you're working down to race weight. The included Sigma wireless dongle makes for quick transfer of your workout data for storage and analysis.
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SRM Power Control 8 Computer SRM Power Control 8 Computer
SRM's Power Control 8 Computer is a clean, efficient update to its workhorse Power Control 7 computer, offering a similar mix of features on a sleeker, customizable display. If you're using a Power Control power meter, the computer is an obvious choice to complete your cockpit, but it's also capable of recording and displaying data from any other ANT+ power meter. SRM had versatility in mind when designing the Power Control 8, so in addition to its power meter compatibility, it integrates with a variety of different training software and apps -- if you're a Training Peaks user, you can choose to have the computer display specific Training Peaks metrics to make the most of your training rides. In addition to power, the computer displays the values you'd expect: speed, heartrate, cadence, and ride time, and it uses a built-in GPS and altimeter for accurate distance and total ascent calculations. When you're out on a ride, the computer uses a light sensor to adjust a built-in backlight, adapting your screen's brightness depending on the time of day and riding conditions. SRM also thought of the riders who won't want to use this computer with just one bike -- if you train on multiple bikes with their own power meters, or let your spouse or riding partner borrow your computer for a day, you can program up to four bikes into the computer to keep your data separate. Once you're done training, you can choose to keep up to 4,000 hours of rides backed up on the Power Control 8, just in case.
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Tate Labs Bar Fly 2.0 SLi BAM E-Box Bundle Tate Labs Bar Fly 2.0 SLi BAM E-Box Bundle
In the four years since Tate Labs created it, the Bar Fly mount has morphed into ever more versatile shapes, expanding into brands and models beyond its original Garmin-exclusive capability to include players like Joule and Cateye. The Bar Fly 2. 0 SLi BAM E-Box Bundle represents the shorter, squatter relative of the original Bar Fly, designed to mount slimmer models than the hyper-intelligent miniature tablets its sibling was made for. This version includes the BAM action camera mount, a discreet fin that attaches to the mount to allow you to take ride footage without dealing with helmet mounts. The gear your mounting is delicate, so you want it to be secure, but you also don't want to sacrifice aerodynamics in the name of gadget protection. Tate Labs assures us that the entire system was put through wind tunnel testing to make sure that strength doesn't come at the expense of aerodynamic efficiency.
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Tate Labs Bar Fly for Cat Eye Tate Labs Bar Fly for Cat Eye
If you've been looking for a PRO way to mount your Cat Eye cycling computer, your search just ended with the Tate Labs Barfly for Cat Eye. This precision molded plastic bracket is made in the USA by riders, and it's backed by a lifetime crash replacement policy. Not that you'll need it, but it's nice to have the reassurance.The Tate Labs Barfly for Cat Eye is available in a 31. 8mm clamp and in the color Black.
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Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount
We all love to ride for the freedom it provides, but it's the 21st century, and there's something to be said for modern conveniences. So if your phone is one of the devices you just can't be without, consider the Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount. It clamps to your handlebar, providing a solid mount for your iPhone 5, and shrouds it in a waterproof casing to keep it safe. Now you don't have to leave the world behind just because you're going for a ride. The Bar Fly fits to any handlebar with a 31. 8mm clamping diameter. The rotating phone mount allows you to mount your phone vertically or horizontally, to optimize the display for your needs. This kit includes a waterproof hard case for an iPhone 5. The Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount is available in one size, and in the color black.
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Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle
A phone is a very different animal than it was just a few short years ago. You can use it as a GPS, you can shop online, and now, it even functions as a heart rate monitor. So if you're ready to make the jump, the Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle lets you mount your iPhone 5 securely to your bike, and use it to track your workouts. The Bar Fly fits to any handlebar with a 31. 8mm clamping diameter. The rotating phone mount allows you to mount your phone vertically or horizontally, to optimize the display for your needs. This kit includes a waterproof hard case for an iPhone 5, as well as a 4iiii heart rate monitor. It's also compatible with ANT+ displays, such as Garmin, for example. When it's set up, it allows you to use your iPhone 5 to track your heart rate. In other words, your training just got a lot more precise.The Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle is available in one size, and in the color black.
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Tate Labs Bar Fly SLi BAM E-Box Bundle Tate Labs Bar Fly SLi BAM E-Box Bundle
You've just upgraded your computer setup to the latest full-color, live-streaming wonder box, so rather than trusting the rickety mount you've used for the better part of the last decade, we'd suggest you attach your fancy new gadget to something you can count on, something like Tate Labs' Bar Fly SLi BAM E-Box Bundle. The California-based brand created its Bar Fly line a few years back and has since earned a cult-like following for its clean, indestructible designs. This particular bundle includes everything you need to mount a computer and action camera with the additional BAM fin. Both are compatible with major brands, and you can trust the user-friendly design to hold your computer in place for all of the miles ahead.
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Tate Labs Bar Fly Spoon Mount Tate Labs Bar Fly Spoon Mount
Tate Labs' Bar Fly Spoon Mount lets you directly attach your computer out in front of a number of one-piece handlebars and stems. This includes the Deda Alanera, Cinelli, Pro Stealth Evo, Most Talon, and FSA Plasma, to name a few. Now you can cleanly mount Garmin Edge 200/500/510/800/810 and Touring/Touring Plus models to the above handlebars. Tate Labs' Bar Fly Spoon Mount is made in the USA and comes with a lifetime warranty, as well as the needed hardware for installation.
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Tate Labs SLi Junction Box Mount Attachment Tate Labs SLi Junction Box Mount Attachment
Tate Labs thinks of everything up to and including how to keep your handlebars clean and organized when using one of the brand's SLi or 2. 0 SLi mounts with Shimano Di2 or Campy EPS. By routing the electronic junction boxes through the SLi Junction Box Mount Attachment, you can maintain a tidy cockpit while taking advantage of the latest advancements in shifting technology. The mount gives you the option of attaching the junction box under the SLi or below the clamp screw to make sure things don't get too crowded. It also ensures you have plenty of room to attach a light or camera to the SLi mount.
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Tate Labs SLi Light Attachment Tate Labs SLi Light Attachment
The Tate Labs SLi Light Attachment offers a streamlined solution for carrying your cylinder style light along for the ride. This little mount integrates seamlessly into your Tate Labs SLi, 2. 0 SLi, or SLi-D mount to light up your ride and increase your visibility to motorists, wandering neighborhood wildlife, and other cyclists out on the road -- all without any extra handlebar clutter. It comes with sturdy rubber o-rings that wrap around the light to hold it securely in place as you roll to your destination. The Tate Labs SLi Light Attachment includes mounting hardware to attach it to a handlebar mount and can hold lights weighing up to 170g.
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Topeak PanoBike Blue Tooth Speed/Cadence Sensor Topeak PanoBike Blue Tooth Speed/Cadence Sensor
With the Topeak PanoBike Blue Tooth Speed/Cadence Sensor, you can turn a smartphone, tablet, or any Bluetooth Smart (BLE 4. 0) device into a personal training and health management device. All you have to do is chose an app (Strava, MapMyRide, Runtastic, Endomondo, ext.) of your liking and sync it with the Blue Tooth Speed/Cadence Sensor. The Bluetooth smart algorithm extends the included CR2032 battery's life to an incredible 1800 hours (approximately five years with an hour a day use). The transmitter is water resistant so light precipitation will not ruin the device. And, it has a transmission range of 33 feet so you can use laptops/desktops/tablets when training indoors, or a handlebar/pocket location while on the bike. The Topeak PanoBike Blue Tooth Speed/Cadence Sensor uses a rubber-band style mount with zip ties to allow quick and easy mounting on chainstays or seatstays without harming the frame.
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Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap
Turn your smartphone, tablet, or any Bluetooth Smart (BLE 4. 0) device into a personal training and health management device with the Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap. Simply find an app (Strava, MapMyRide, Runtastic, Endomondo, ext.) of your liking and sync it with the Topeak PanoBike Heart Rate Strap. The Bluetooth smart algorithm extends the included CR2032 battery's life up to an incredible 1800 hours (approximately five years with an hour-a-day use). The transmitter is water resistant so sweat or light precipitation will not ruin the device. And, it has a transmission range of 33 feet so you can use laptops/desktops/tablets when training indoors, or a handlebar/pocket location while on the bike. The Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap fits chests from 60 - 110cm, and can be increased to 90 - 140cm with the chest strap extension.
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Zwift USB Extension Cable Zwift USB Extension Cable
Improve the connection and extend your reach to your trainer with the USB Extension Cable. The type A male to female connectors are gold plated to defend against corrosion while promoting a smooth transfer of data.
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