Cycling computers and gps units have become must have additions for any serious bike rider.
The Sigma Sport BC1609 / STS Cadence wireless bike computer is meant for training. It features countdown, stop watch and cadence measurement.
You feel faster, but are you actually getting any faster? Your buddies wonAAAt tell you the truth AAAin fact, theyAAAll tell you that youAAAre slower than ever, just to mess with you. Track your progress with the VDO X3DW Digital Wireless Computer with Cadence Kit. The X3DW is an all-wireless setup, and each unit has a unique digital signal so you never have to worry about interference or crossover when riding in a group.
Keep track of your progress with the VDO X2DW Digital Wireless Computer. The X2DW gives you all the data you need in a slick, wireless package. Hammer out some intervals using the chronograph, or brag about your weekly mileage AAAthe X2DW has your back with a simple, user-friendly interface.
You roll deep. At least two bikes deep. That can make figuring out how awesome you are pretty hard, because you have to add up the miles, elevation, and all the data from each computer. Step up your game with the VDO X Series Wireless 2nd Bike Kit. This kit works with VDOAAAAAAAAs X-series computers, and can be setup on a different bike so you can actually use your computer every time you ride. Your X-series computer will automatically sense which bike itAAAAAAAAs on, and give you the corresponding data.
Sigma Sport Rox 8.0 Wireless Bike Computer. The Rox 8.0 wireless is a bike computer on steroids. It tracks all the normal details like speed, distance, time, etc..., but it's also packing some extra features that you wouldn't normally expect from a bike computer.
The Velo 5 is CatEye's entry-level computer. It features a new, larger screen and a large button for easy operation. Like all CatEye's computers, it is ultrasonically welded and highly water resistant. The universal bracket and sensor mounts allow the Velo 5 to mount nearly any handle bar and fork. Functions - Current speed - Maximum speed - Odometer - Trip distance - Clock Features - Auto start/stop - Auto power-saving mode - Tire setting in inches and CM - Speed display up to 300 kph/185mph - New tool free universal mount ( 22 to 32mm diameter) Specifications - Handlebar mount size: 22-32mm - Fork mount size: 11-55mm - Battery: CR2032 - Front fork mount wired sensor - Wired transmission distance up to 27" or 70cm
The Blackburn Atom SL is super light, easy to set up and easy to use whether youAAAre commuting every day or heading out for rigorous training. Switch between essential functions like switching between your average speed, max speed, trip distance, and ride time.
The Sigma Sport BC1909 STS Heart Rate / Cadence bike computer offers speed, cadence and heart rate calculations-all wirelessly!
Well, the frantic speedo on you rot-box beater finally shit the bed. Great. More gear-cash down the drain. Don't get too bummed yet, lets lay the options out: 1: Count mile markers, and estimate your speed - inaccurate 2: Follow other cars, and hope they're not speeding - a bit of a gamble 3: Pay a garage tripple the car's value to fix it - ouch Hmmm, don't you have an old fork and wheel laying around ... maybe you could attach it to the side of the car and install a NiteRider Rebel 3.0 Digital Wireless Computer on the dash. Bingo.
Exactly how fast were you going on that descent when you blew by ten cars? Your Mavic Wintech USB Computer knows. It also knows your average speed over your ride, and your total distance. If you did some sprint intervals, it has stored that data as well. When you get home, download the data to your PC for posterityAAAonly it might be a good idea to hide the numbers from loved ones who think youAAAre a speed freak. The USB Computer can track data from two different bikes as well as your home trainer.