Get up to, ahem, speed with the next generation of computers. Bontrager's Node 1.1 Digital Computer lets you train smarter with speed and distance on one easy-to-read screen, and can expand to include cadence and heart rate as well. 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.
Sigma's universal computer mount features a wired speed sensor, so you can use your Sigma cyclo-computer on a second bike. This kit comes with O-rings and a spoke magnet.
Pioneer's power meters are simply some of the best power-monitoring systems on the planet, and the SGX-CA500 computer is your chance to get the most out of your power meter and have a world-class data display. Pioneer has created the first, and only, power meter that measures power output and pedaling stroke efficiency for each individual leg, and the SGX-CA500 lets you analyze this data in real time. A few quick swipes give you access to your state-of-the-art ride data, and intuitive controls allow for scrolling, zooming, and screen customization to let you see what you want, when you want it. The 1.87-inch LCD screen makes it incredibly easy to see critical data, even if you are on the rivet up the final climb. As an added bonus, users of Shimano’s Di2 electronic road bicycle shifting system can now utilize the SGX-CA500 to track gearing and system status as they ride. - Delivers high functionality for practical situations, in a small, lightweight (75 g) package - Visualizes pedaling state and efficiency through graphical displays of force vectors (when used together with a pedaling monitor sensor) - Enables new modes of training focused on pedaling skill development - Displays over 100 data types, such as power, cadence, speed, and incline, all in real time - Easy, intuitive touch-panel operation, even when wearing full-finger gloves - Upload data to Cyclo-Sphere, our online data analysis service, via USB or Wi-Fi connection (Wi-Fi Internet connection required) - Weight: About 75 g - Dimensions: 58 mm (W) x 58 mm (H) x 19 mm (D) (without projection parts) - Connector: microUSB - Water-resistance: This device has a water-resistance rating of IPX-6/IPX-7 - Communications system (sensors): ANT+ - Communications method (network): Wi-Fi - Positioning system (latitude/longitude): GPS - Positioning system (altitude): Atmospheric pressure sensor - Display: 160x128 pixel, horizontal 1.87-inch outdoor type, Black and white touch panel (resistive touch display) - Built-in flash memory: 4 GB (user available capacity 3 GB) - Guaranteed operational temperature range: -10 to 50°C - Charging temperature: 0 to 45°C - Power supply voltage: DC 5V - Battery type: Lithium-ion battery - Battery operating time: Approximately 12 hours (the battery operating time may decrease depending on the operating conditions) - Charging time: Approximately 4 hours (Power off or normal charging) - Accessories: Bracket, USB cable, Strap, Quick Start Guide, Warranty card, Important Information for the User - Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 100 computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, and even calories burned. It comes with an 85cm-long heavy-duty wire and you can mount it on your bars or your stem.
Take control of your rides with CatEye's fully customizable Micro Wireless. This sleek, lightweight computer lets you choose which exact metrics you want to see while your riding, including speed, time, pace, distance, and more. A bright backlight makes low light riding possible, and the auto start/stop feature keeps your eyes on the road and your fingers off the computer when you come to stop lights. Wireless technology ensures your bike looks clean, simple, and clutter-free. All you have to do is mount the speed sensor, mount the computer, and go.
Specialized's SpeedZone Sport Wireless provides all the data you need to quantify your rides in a neat, cordless package. Its easy-to-read, double-line display lets you quickly check speed, mileage and a whole host of other important functions. Plus, the SpeedZone's easy calibration makes setup a breeze and its interface is incredibly intuitive so you can spend more time pounding out the miles than trying to figure out how far you've ridden.
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
Specialized's SpeedZone Sport provides all the data you need to quantify your rides. Its easy-to-read, double-line display lets you quickly check speed, mileage, and a whole host of other important functions. Plus, the SpeedZone's easy calibration makes setup a breeze and its interface is incredibly intuitive so you can spend more time pounding out the miles than trying to figure out how far you've ridden.
Planet Bike's amazing Protegé 9.0 is perfect for riders who want maximum information with minimal fuss. It boasts the important functions you expect like average speed, a speed comparator, a dual odometer so you can use it on 2 bikes, and it displays temperature, too. You can see any 5 of these on its easy-to-read 4-line display. The 9.0 installs easily on your handlebars.
Planet Bike's super Protegé 9.0 is perfect for riders who want maximum information with minimal fuss. It's wireless for an ultra-clean look and easy installation on your handlebars. And, its large easy-to-read display shows the 5 functions you choose in 4 lines. It also provides the important functions you expect like average speed, a speed comparator, a dual odometer so you can use it on 2 bikes, and it reads the temperature, too.
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 2 computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, a clock and temperature. The Trip 2 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. The Trip 2L model has an extra-long wire for rear-wheel mounting, which is great for use with trainers.
Clear up your stem or handlebars with PowerTap's Bar Fly for Joul mount, which conveniently places your Joule or Joule GPS (both sold separately) in front of your bars for easy access, great viewing and a streamlined look. This quality mount is made of a tough plastic for light weight and durability. It's easy to attach and fits most handlebars. Its narrow band takes up hardly any space on your bars.
PowerTap's Bluetooth Smart Dual Speed/Cadence Sensor gives you the ability to monitor your speed and cadence with your favorite Bluetooth-compatible device. It's sleek and easy to mount on your frame.
Intuitive interface in a compact size combined with ANT+ Digital Speed and Cadence to eliminate wires and interference • Easy set-up programming for simple installation • Automatic functions create an extremely intuitive interface • Digitally coded signal eliminates interference or cross talk w/ other electronics • Wireless speed and cadence, maximum, average • Optional Heart Rate with ANT+ HR transmitter sold separately • Odometer, trip meter • Small in size, yet big digits for easy viewing
Sigma's BC12.12 STS has bicycle commuters in mind. In addition to nine functions for everyday and long-term mile-tracking, the BC 12.12 STS converts your commuting miles into gallons of fuel saved per trip! It also boasts the simplicity and clean looks of a wireless set-up, as well as a low battery indicator and a storage chip for data backup.
Planet Bike's Protegé 5.0 is a great, no-nonsense computer. You want to know how fast you’re going, or how far you've ridden, or the time? It’s right there in big, bold numbers. In fact, this clever computer displays 4 readings at once so you have the data you need at a glance. The 5.0 mounts easily on your handlebars.
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.
Track your efforts to step up a level with CatEye's sleek, lightweight, race-ready Stealth evo+. This wireless computer uses ANT+ technology to display the speed, cadence, heart rate, and left/right leg power percentages, all measured from your favorite ANT+ device (sold separately). Use it mid-ride to stay on pace, then download your data afterwards for home analysis and find out where you have room for improvement. The Stealth evo+ is GPS-equipped so you can scrutinize your ride with your preferred training and mapping services. An optional auto start/stop keeps your mind on the road instead of on your computer every time you come to a red light. Other key features include a programmable full time backlight, programmable odometer, a USB-rechargeable Li-ion battery, and altimeter. Declutter your bars and get the most out of all your rides with the Stealth evo+.
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.
Specialized's SpeedZone Digital Comp is more than just a bike computer; it's a coach on your handlebars. This ANT+ enabled computer can receive power, speed, cadence, and heart rate simultaneously for mountains of data. Five programmable power training zones and five programmable heart-rate training zones help you keep tabs on your intensity level for efficient, effective training. With large digits and a triple-line display, the screen is super easy to read so you can follow all of your important feedback without having to scroll through menus. Plus, easy calibration and an intuitive interface make setup and operation a breeze, so you can focus on watts.
Sigma's BC 12.12 has bicycle commuters in mind. In addition to nine functions for everyday and long-term mile-tracking, the BC 12.12 converts your commuting miles into gallons of fuel saved per trip! Plus, if features a low battery indicator and a storage chip for data back up.
If climbing is your cup of tea, Sigma Sport's BC 14.12 ALTI is the computer for you. It has all the key time and speed functions plus it also features an altimeter so you always know how high you are and how much elevation you've tallied, both trip and total gained, too.
Get ready to log some serious miles with Sigma's BC 16.12. Equipped with a host of training-specific functions, this wireless computer is feature-packed and ready to help you ride faster, farther. It offers the option of cadence measurement with Sigma's cadence sensor. Plus, it has settings for two different bikes, making it very versatile.
Sigma Sport's BC 8.12 ATS is a stellar wireless bike computer. It boasts 8 key functions; easy, one-button operation and a clean wireless setup. Plus, the quick, tool-free installation will have you logging miles in no time at all.
Sigma Sport's Cadence Power Magnet is the correct replacement magnet for any Sigma Sport computer featuring cadence (computers sold separately). It attaches to your crankarm with zip ties and double-sided tape (both included).
Use this Sigma docking station to easily download ride data to your computer. The docking station is compatible with Sigma's Rox models 8.0, 9.0, 8.1, and 9.1.
Sigma Sport's Pure 1 wired computer is a classic among bicycle computers. In one easy-to-read display, it answers the three most important cycling questions: How fast? How far? How long? And it does so in a very compact and attractive design. Bike Functions: - Current Speed - Trip Distance - Trip Time - Total Distance - Total Time General Functions: - Auto wake - Automatic start/stop - Tool-free mounting - UFSB 2016- compatible - Watertight
Sigma Sport's Pure 1 ATS wireless computer is a purist's bicycle computer. In one easy-to-read display, it answers the three most important cycling questions: How fast? How far? How long? And it does so in a very compact and attractive design. Bike Functions: - Current Speed - Trip Distance - Trip Time - Total Distance - Total Time Includes: - Pure 1 ATS Head Unit - Wireless Harness - ATS Wireless Transmitter - O-ring & Standard magnet (32 mm & 42 mm) - 4x cable ties - Installation/Users Manual
Sigma's replacement spoke magnet fits standard spokes and works with Sigma speed sensors.
Sigma's Rox 10.0 will take you to the ends of the earth! Sporting GPS and route navigation, the Rox 10.0’s cutting edge technology gives you all the ride information you crave. Speed, distance, and time functions are just the beginning with this computer. For climbing days you get a host of functions like gradient, altitude, and a profile of the next three miles. The array of lap functions provides the perfect tools for races and intervals. The data log, docking station, and Data Center software make tracking your rides simple and easy. Plus, the Rox 10.0 is ANT+ compatible and will communicate with power meters, heart rate straps, and cadence sensors.
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