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.
Topeak's RideCase and mount lets you use your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus as a cycling computer, as a GPS navigating device, to listen to music, and so much more while you're cruising the open road. The RideCase has a separate protective composite fiber panel which integrates with the high-grade engineering plastic exoskeleton to securely hold your iPhone while on the go. An integrated flipstand allows comfortable viewing in landscape or portrait orientation when you're off the bike. Its unique and full angle adjustable mount allows viewing in landscape or portrait orientation and lets you mount or remove the RideCase in seconds.
This is the information age, so your bike's computer should be, ahem, up to speed. Bontrager's next-generation Node 2 Digital Computer lets you train smarter with speed, cadence, programmable heart rate zones, wattage and even a nutrition reminder on one easy-to-read screen so you don't have to play with buttons while you ride. You've also get altitude and a percentage grade. Node computers can receive data from 3rd party power devices that are ANT+ compatible like SRM cranks and PowerTap hubs, too. Plus, the water-resistant casing lets you ride all year long and the included soft-strap heart rate monitor keeps an eye on your training.
Now you can measure your power output without replacing any components on your bicycle! CycleOps' PowerCal gives you real-world and real-time data via a convenient chest strap. It's compact, light, and easy to bring along on every ride and on any bike so you get consistent training metrics. After the initial setup, the PowerCal uses complex scientific algorithms based on your heart rate to send accurate power data to your Ant+ compatible head unit (sold separately) so you can maximize every training session. And, because it's attached to you and not your bike, you can use the PowerCal to track progress across multisport training disciplines as well.
Cat Eye redefines cyclo-computers with the sleek, light and elegant Strada. Don't let the slim size deceive you. This computer features all the functions you need as well as a large screen and digits for quick readings at a glance. The unique and innovative design includes an easy-to-use integrated mode button that's activated by pressing the bottom portion of the computer allowing you to change the mode even while wearing thick gloves.
Cat Eye's Enduro 8 gives you the data you need and is durably made to handle the rigors of off-road use. It features heavy-duty wires made specifically for trail riding. Its large display is easy to read anywhere and the dual trip distance feature allows you to keep track of day and multi-day rides. Plus, you can easily switch this computer between your bikes using its 2 wheel-circumference settings (requires separate mount, which is sold separately).
Bontrager's DuoTrap Digital Speed/Cadence Sensor pulls double duty for your ANT+ cycling computer. It wirelessly transmits speed and cadence data and fits directly into the chainstay of certain Trek bicycles for a clean look that installs in seconds.
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
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 5W computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, a clock and temperature with a back light so you can see it during your early morning rides. It does all this without wires for a clean-looking front end, too. The Trip 5W 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.
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.
Bontrager's Interchange ANT+ Cadence Sensor is a cadence sensor that wirelessly transmits your data to a variety of ANT+ enabled receiving devices including Bontrager Node computers (sold separately). It includes a 5mm crank cadence band magnet and a silicone mounting strap to fit most chainstays, making installation a snap.
Product details - Provides infinite angle adjustment allowing for your preferred computer placement - Compatible with 31.8mm handlebars
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.
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
Bontrager's SpeedTrap Digital Speed Sensor conveniently plugs into any Bontrager fork with SpeedTrap technology for the ultimate in convenience. And, it wirelessly transmits speed data to your ANT+ cycling computer.
Garmin's Forerunner 310XT is an ideal multi-sport training partner. It's water-resistant to nearly 500 feet, tracks swim, bike, and run data, as well as transition times so you can analyze your entire workout or race. Heart rate lets you target specific training zones, plus it's GPS-enabled, so you can precisely track your position and record distance, pace, and even power data from ANT+-enabled third-party power meters. Once you’ve logged the miles, your Forerunner wirelessly transfers data to your computer. Garmin's software even lets you plan workouts and upload them to the 310XT to help you take your training to the next level.
Garmin's touchscreen GPS-enabled Forerunner 610 is packed with vital data to help make you faster. It records pace, distance, heart rate, keeps you up to speed with Garmin's Virtual Partner and Virtual Racer, and more. Vibration alerts can be programmed for time, distance, calories, heart rate zones, and other key training metrics. GPS helps you find your way back with the "back to start" feature, and you can wirelessly upload your workouts back at home and share your progress online with Garmin Connect.
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.
Tell the world what you accomplished with Garmin's Edge 510. Sure, this water-resistant wonder has great metrics like speed, distance, ride time, and optional power with a third party power meter, but what really sets it apart can be summed up in two words: real time. It syncs with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enable live tracking, so you can share your ride data with friends, loved ones, or teammates as you ride! Let all your friends on social media know just how hard you're crushing it. This wireless connection also works the other way: create a course online or view your past workouts and — with the Garmin Connect app — you can easily send them to your 510 to use during a ride, or against a virtual partner to race against your previous efforts. You can even get real-time weather updates in the middle of your ride. But perhaps the best part is the compatibility with both GPS and GLONASS satellites for faster acquisition and improved signal lock, meaning even under tree cover or in canyons, you'll still get great signal strength.
Garmin’s Edge 810 can do pretty much everything, short of pedal your bike for you. Sure, this water-resistant wonder has great metrics like speed, distance, ride time, ANT+ compatibility with power meters and heart rate straps, as well as the best mapping and routing on a bike computer. But, what really sets this unit apart can be summed up in two words: real time. It syncs with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enable live tracking, so you can share your ride data with friends, loved ones, or teammates as you ride. Let all your friends on social media know just how hard you're crushing it. This wireless connection also works the other way: create a course online or view your past workouts and — with the Garmin Connect app — you can easily send them to your 810 for use during a ride, or against a virtual partner to race against your previous efforts. You can also download new courses onto your 810, and receive turn-by-turn navigation as you ride. It even has real-time weather updates. Plus, with its optional, highly-detailed street and topographical maps, the Edge 810 is perfect for touring, commuting, or any other activity where onboard maps and navigation are required.
Take your training to the next level by pairing HRM-Swim with your Forerunner® 920XT. The sleek, non-slip strap stays in place, even during wall push-offs. Once out of water, real-time heart rate, interval summaries and stored heart rate are transmitted to the 920XT.
Profile Design's UCM XL Universal Computer Mount provides a convenient 60mm-long place to mount your computer on your aero bars. It installs without tools, stays put and can be positioned as needed for easily viewing and controlling your computer.
The CycleOps ANT+ Speed or Cadence Sensor accurately tracks your speed and cadence and is used along with a power meter or with an ANT+-compatible cycling computer (power meters and ANT+ computers sold separately). This unit easily attaches on the frame next to your left crankarm and rear wheel to monitor and display your cadence or speed on your cycling computer of choice.
Whether your goal is to beat yesterday with a faster or longer ride or dial in your training for a race, Garmin's Edge 820 puts the features you crave at your fingertips. This compact, touchscreen GPS cycling computer offers advanced performance monitoring, bike-specific turn-by-turn navigation, the new GroupTrack feature and more. - Lightweight and compact with 2.3-inch high-resolution, capacitive touch display that works with gloves and when wet - GroupTrack feature keeps tabs on everyone in your riding pack - Advanced performance monitoring includes VO2 max, recovery advisor, Strava live segments, FTP, performance condition and advanced cycling dynamics - Built-in incident detection included; compatible with cycling awareness accessories such as Varia Vision, Varia smart bike lights and rearview radar - Bike-specific navigation preloaded with Garmin Cycle Map for turn-by-turn navigation
The Garmin Forerunner 935 is a premium GPS running/triathlon watch with wrist-based heart rate. - Offers advanced running and multisport features in a comfortable watch you can wear all day, and it only weighs 49 grams - Provides elevation changes with a built-in barometer; altimeter and electronic compass help you keep your bearings - Evaluates your training status to indicate if you’re undertraining or overdoing it and offers additional performance monitoring features - Provides advanced dynamics for running, cycling and swimming, including ground contact time balance, stride length, and more - Battery life: up to 2 weeks in watch mode, up to 24 hours in GPS mode, up to 50 hours in UltraTrac mode (with wrist-based heart rate), or up to 60 hours in UltraTrac mode (without wrist-based heart rate) General Specs: - Lens Material: chemically strengthened glass - Bezel Material: fiber-reinforced polymer - Case material: fiber-reinforced polymer - QuickFit watch band compatible: yes (22 mm) - Strap material: silicone - Physical size: 47 x 47 x 13.9mm - Weight: 49g - Water rating: 5 ATM - Display type: sunlight-visible, transflective memory-in-pixel (MIP) - Display size: 1.2" (30.4 mm) diameter - Display resolution: 240 x 240 pixels - Color display - Battery life: Smartwatch Mode: Up to 2 weeks; GPS/HR mode: Up to 24 hours; UltraTrac mode: Up to 60 hours without wrist heart rate - Memory/History: 64 MB In the Box: - Forerunner 935 GPS watch - Charging cable - Manuals
Single-sensing Pedal-based Power Meter Ride stronger, smarter, connected with the Vector 3S pedal-based power meter. As you strive to beat your personal best on your next race or Gran Fondo, power is the most reliable way to gauge your performance on any given day, at any given time. Unlike other power meters, Vector 3S has a sensor housed in the left pedal, so it delivers reliable, accurate data on every training session. - Installs like any other pedal and quickly transfers between bikes - Reports cadence and total power (watts) - Easily upgrades to dual-sensing system - Fully integrates with Garmin cycling ecosystem for data analysis - Allows for easy updates via compatible Edge cycling computers, ANT+ connectivity or Bluetooth-enabled fitness devices and Garmin Connect Mobile app - Battery life: up to 120 hours - Cleat hardware included WARNING: The maximum weight limit of the cyclist using the Vector system is 231 lbs (105 kg). Cyclists over this weight limit risk personal injury and property damage. Specifications: - Battery type: LR44/SR44 (x2) - Battery life: up to 120 hours - Weight: 324 g - Max. rider weight: 105 kg - Accuracy: +/- 1.0% - Cleat type: Keo - Q-factor: 53 mm/ 55mm with supplied spacing washer - Stack height: 12.2 mm - Field calibration - Adjustable release tension - Garmin Connect - Measurement location: Spindle - Communication: ANT+ and Bluetooth
Bontrager's Interchange ANT+ Speed Sensor is a speed sensor that wirelessly transmits your data to a variety of ANT+ enabled receiving devices including Bontrager Node computers (sold separately). It includes an aero wheel magnet and silicone mounting straps to fit most forks, making installation a snap.
$3.99 - $5.99
Keep your computer and sensors ready for every ride with replacement batteries Key features: - CR2032 battery is used for most Trek and Bontrager computers - 23AE battery is used for the Bontrager Interchange Analog Wireless Sensor - LR44 and L1154 batteries are identical and used in Bontrager SpeedTrap Sensor
Train smarter by connecting heart and smart phone or computer, all from a comfortable wearable with an easy-on washable strap. Key features: - Washable heart rate strap comfortably conforms to body - ANT+ 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth Smart wireless digital heart rate sensor - ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart allow simultaneous use of Trip 300 and smartphone - For use with all ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart wireless technology enabled devices - Includes washable softstrap, heart rate sensor, and CR2032 battery - Visit thisisant.com for a complete list of compatible devices - Visit bluetooth.com for a complete list of compatible devices - Not for under water use
Enhance your triathlon experience by pairing HRM-Tri with your Forerunner® 920XT. The HRM-Tri stores heart rate data when underwater, then forwards it to the 920XT. Our smallest and lightest module fits within the width of the strap. Its soft, rounded edges and covered seams make the strap super-comfortable out of the water, too.
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