Giant NeosTrack GPS cycling computer revealed

$180 unit includes integrated FTP and lactate threshold test protocols

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Giant NeosTrack GPS Cycling Computer

Features include turn-by-turn directions.

The world’s largest bike maker is getting into the cycling computer head unit business. Designed with help from the riders of Team Sunweb (revelation of the just completed Tour de France), the new Giant NeosTrack GPS cycling computer is engineered to provide riders with the information they need to push the limits of performance.

Giant NeosTrack GPS Cycling Computer

Unit set-up is claimed to be easy using the Neos Track App for iOS and Android.

Features of the $180 unit include integrated FTP and lactate threshold test protocols, auto-sync capabilities, and turn-by-turn route guidance.

Giant NeosTrack GPS Cycling Computer

The display is no frills and easy to read.

The NeosTrack also boasts a battery life of up to 33 hours on a single charge, and features Bluetooth and ANT+ technology, to make it compatible with practically every power meter and training device on the market.

Here’s a full feature rundown.

  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver
  • Easy Setup with the Neos Track App
  • Real-time Di2 gearing, gear ratios and battery charge level
  • Auto sync with TrainingPeaks
  • Turn-by-turn guidance
  • Integrated FTP/LTHR testing protocols
  • Large easy-to-read 2.6” LCD anti-glare display
  • Battery life of up to 33 hours on a single charge
  • IPX7 waterproof protection
Giant NeosTrack GPS Cycling Computer

Features of the $180 unit include integrated FTP and lactate threshold test protocols, auto-sync capabilities, and turn-by-turn route guidance.

To learn more click over to www.giant-bicycles.com.

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  • Tino says:

    Older pictures of the neos track looked exactly like the Bryton Rider 530. The device shown above looks slightly different, but the specs (battery runtime, sensor features, guidance, sync features) make it obvious that it is still a Rider 530 with Giant stickers.

    I don’t own a 530, but the slightly smaller and cheaper 330. It’s funny to buy some el-cheapo hardware that suddenly reveals to be professional grade hardware used at TdF. :-)

  • Tino says:

    Btw., it also supports automatic wireless sync to Strava. Why the hell did they forgot to mention that?

  • Tino says:

    Compared to a Element Bolt, it is placed lower on the market. It has not map display, to the turn-by-turn guidance with the track drawn on the diplay is more like a “nice to have”. IMHO it is more a nice bike computer with ANT+, Di2 and powermeter support, GPS tracking, wireless Strava sync and a great battery runtime.

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