Keep your computer where you can read it with Delta's stem bolt-mounted Computer Caddy. It provides a mounting point for awkward or crowded bars. - Mounts securely using the stem bolt - Adds a space to mount up to two devices - Weight limit of 125g (0.28 pounds) per side
SRAM's QuickView Computer mount delivers an uncomplicated computer mount that‘s easy to install, lightweight, and above all, vibration and slip-free. At only 20 grams, with a single torx T25 bolt, flexible mounting clasp, and a 1/4-twist mount, it installs quickly, simply and securely on any 31.8mm handlebar. SRAM's QuickView Computer Mount also features a center-offset design so the computer (sold separately) can be placed directly in front of the stem, or flip it to position the computer behind the bar for MTB or cyclocross use. It works great with computers that use a 1/4-turn twist lock interface.
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How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 3 computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, a clock and temperature. It also measures your cadence with a heavy-duty wired rear-wheel sensor. The Trip 3 is all about versatility, too, it records data for 2 wheel sizes so you can use it on your road and mountain bikes and you can mount it to your bars or your stem.
Keep an eye on your speed, distance and more with wireless ease when Bontrager's GOTime cycling computer is clipped to your bars. Set-up is a breeze; the large LCD screen is easy to read and the integrated clip mount allows you to instantly remove the computer and throw it in your pocket when you reach your destination.
Track vital ride data wirelessly. Optimize every ride Know how fast and how far you've gone. The Trip 100 keeps vital ride stats within eye sight so you can keep focused on what matters most. Product details - Analog wireless signal with 70cm range - Current, average, and maximum speed - Trip distance and programmable odometer with 10 hour rollover - Clock (12/24-hour) and total ride time with pacer - Auto start/stop, calories burned, and quickview clock - Multi-language interface (DE, EN, ES, FR) - Includes batteries, universal mount, sensor, strap, and magnet - Computer uses CR2032 battery, sensor uses A23 battery
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 4W computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, and a clock. It does all this without wires for a clean-looking front end, too. The Trip 4W is all about versatility, it records data for 2 wheel sizes so you can use it on your road and mountain bikes and you can mount it to your bars or your stem.
Connect ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart devices to all of the data available from the DuoTrap S sensor for your on-the-bike wireless needs. • ANT+ 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth Smart wireless digital speed and cadence sensor • ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart allow simultaneous use of Trip 300 and smartphone • For use with many ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart wireless technology enabled devices • Includes Bontrager wheel magnet, crank cadence band, and CR2032 battery • Works with Trek DuoTrap compatible bikes
A simple, user-friendly cycling computer that displays speed, distance, and even calories burned. The Bontrager RIDEtime Computer gives you the ride metrics that matter most in a sleek, user-friendly package. A large, easy-to-read screen makes it simple to track your speed, time, and distance, and more! Product details - Intuitive one-button control with hands-free scroll mode - 2" screen size with easy-to-read digital display - Trek Certified Service reminders based on selected bicycle type - Key features include speed (current, avg., max.), distance (trip, total), time (clock, timer), and calories burned - Sensor includes magnet guidelines to simplify setup and installation - Includes mount, analog sensor, CR 2032 battery, and wheel speed magnet
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's wireless Trip 300 displays all of the essential info in large, easy-to-read text. You can mount it on your stem or your bars with the universal mount and the wireless setup keeps your cockpit tidy. •ANT+ enabled, 2.4 GHz digital signal •Current, average and maximum speed •Trip distance and programmable odometer •Current, average and maximum heart rate •Current, average and maximum cadence •Clock (12/24-hour) and total ride time with pacer •Includes computer mount
Get up to, ahem, speed with the next generation of computers. Bontrager's Node 2.1 Digital Computer lets you train smarter with power, speed, cadence and distance on one easy-to-read screen. Heart rate training is a snap with the included transmitter strap, too. It also tells temperature (the air's, not yours, which is probably good), and gives you your altitude and the percentage of the grade that you're climbing. Additional features include auto start, 20 minute time-out sensors and a settable interval timer. Node computers can receive data from 3rd party power devices that are ANT+ compatible like SRM cranks and PowerTap hubs, too.
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Sleek, lightweight and easy to use, CycleOps’ Joule is packed with valuable data to maximize your training. With 35 different field metrics and three "dashboard" screens, you can easily keep track of power, elevation gain, distance, heart rate, TSS, cadence—the list goes on. Being able to view three customized metrics plus two sub-fields on each dashboard diminishes stress and time spent changing screens. Navigating the dashboards and starting/stopping intervals is easy with a few simple, easy-to-hit rubberized buttons, and because the ANT+ compatible Joule keeps historical records for up to a year, you can compare current rides to past performances, making it an invaluable tool for tracking progress on the go.
Garmin started with the aerodynamic form factor of the popular Edge 500, added in-ride challenges on Strava live segments, color display, connected capabilities and advanced analysis features. The result—Edge 520, the GPS bike computer that’s right-sized for competitive cyclists and packed with the features you crave. Edge 520 compromises nothing when it comes to display — 2.3 inches of high-resolution color. We maximized the display so you get the most live area in relation to the compact size of the 520. You’ll also appreciate the screen clarity in all lighting conditions. The compact, rugged form factor and 15+ hour battery life of Edge 520 make it ideal for off-road adventures. It’s also compatible with GPS/GLONASS satellites, so you benefit from more signal options, wherever your ride takes you. - Offers in-ride challenges through Strava live segments - Reports cycling-specific VO2 max and recovery time when used with power and heart rate - Pairs with compatible ANT+ indoor trainers for data display and control - Tracks Functional Threshold Power (FTP), watts/kg and cycling dynamics when used with Vector or Vector 2 power meters - Connected features (when compared with a compatible phone): automatic uploads, live tracking, smart notifications, send/receive courses, social media sharing, weather
$269.99 - $319.99
Sleek, lightweight and easy to use, CycleOps’ Joule GPS is packed with valuable data to maximize your training. With 35 different field metrics, ANT+ compatibility, and three "dashboard" screens, you can easily keep track of power, elevation gain, distance, heart rate, TSS, cadence—the list goes on. Being able to view six customized metrics plus two sub-fields on each dashboard reduces stress and time spent changing screens. Navigating the dashboards and starting/stopping intervals is easy with a few simple, easy-to-hit rubberized buttons, and because Joule GPS keeps historical records for up to a year, you can compare current rides to past performances, making it an invaluable tool for tracking progress on the go. GPS focuses your energy on the ride, taking the guesswork out of staying on course when exploring new routes, and allowing you to map all your rides back at home.
Make it easy on yourself—Garmin's Edge 800 does everything except lube your chain and pedal your bike. The sleek, easy-to-use Edge 800 navigates, records up to 180 hours of valuable ride data, and displays your current effort on a large, easy-to-see screen. It provides turn-by-turn directions, alerting you when to take the next right-hander by omitting a chirp beforehand. Equipped with City Navigator, the Edge 800 is loaded with 10 million points of interest and virtually every street in the US and Canada—the back roads will never get the best of you again. The large touchscreen makes flipping through the displays easy, even with gloved fingers. All it takes to personalize your display is pressing down on your desired field then scrolling through the dozens of key metrics. Speed, distance, time, temperature, elevation, pace alerts, cadence, heart rate, and more are at your disposal. ANT+ technology means the Edge 800 is compatible with most power meters, providing you some of the most valuable ride data you could ask for.
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