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Giant's Continuum 9W Wireless Computer is a simple way to track your numbers on the bike. The 9W shows nine essential functions, including distance and speed, on a large, easy-to-read display. Plus, it features a back light and low battery indicator.
Want to see how many miles you commute or track your calories on a fitness ride? Liv's Catena 9W Wireless Computer does all of this along with 7 other functions including speed, ride time, and alarms. An LED backlight makes the information easy to read and a replaceable silicone color case keeps the Catena protected for the long haul.
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Between its large screen and easy wireless setup, CatEye's Padrone is great for those who want a simple, squint-free cycling computer. It's packed with essential features like speed, distance, and time, plus the auto start/stop means you'll always have an accurate ride time and distance for tracking your progress. Analog speed sensor included. Functions: - Current, Max, and Average Speed - Trip Distance - Elapsed Time - Odometer - Clock
Finally, a tool as vital as your bike itself. It will change the way you view riding by showing you your strengths, your weaknesses, where you're going, and where you've been. The sleek, slim Garmin Edge 500 is ideal for the avid racer and the weekend warrior alike—it displays basic data such as speed and distance, and it's compatible with ANT+ speed/cadence sensors, heart rate monitors, and power meters (sold separately), giving you the key to unlock your hidden potential. It's GPS-enabled, allowing you to download and analyze training files on programs like Garmin Connect and Strava. Get the most out of your valuable ride time with the Edge 500.
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