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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Team Sun Web checking their stats on the ROX 12 What is it? A full-color ultra modern touch screen GPS cycling computer from the masters at Sigma. Equipped with turn by turn navigation, file sharing, on-site route creation and features you'll find nowhere else - Interested? Read on to find...
  2. Components, Wrenching
    The screen with Memory-in-Pixel display allows for a faster maximum frame than other Garmin Edge products. What is it With a crystal clear display, low weight (33 grams), and lots of features, Garmin's Edge 130 packs a big punch in a tiny package. Designed for riders that desire data in an...
  3. Components, Wrenching
    The Garmin Fenix 5X offers extensive mapping capabilities and comes preloaded with U.S. topo maps. For years, Garmin has been a leader in on-bike navigation, tracking, and data collection. For 2017, the brand has made some nice improvements in their versatile head units. With continued upgrades...
  4. Components, Wrenching
    Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery and was written by Trevor Roland. The original post can be found here. What is it In specific regard to electronics, we live in quite a time. You can blindly point to any GPS on the shelf and you'll likely have full wireless...
  5. Components, Wrenching
    Wahoo's new ELEMNT BOLT is essentially an ELEMNT in a smaller, sleeker, and less expensive package. Photo by Kevin Scott Batchelor If there was one overriding complaint about the Wahoo's first foray into the world of cycling computers, it was that its ELEMNT GPS device was a bit of a hockey...
  6. Components, Wrenching
    With the Wahoo ELEMNT, you can choose to see a lot of data. What is it? Luddites and technophobes rejoice. Wahoo's ELEMNT GPS bike computer offers most of the high-end functionality of comparable competitor models, and does so in an extremely user-friendly way. Equipped with Bluetooth Smart...
  7. Components, Wrenching
    Because Lezyne's GPS computers are quite similar to each other, Art's Cyclery put together this quick comparison guide of the major differences and likenesses. Photo courtesy Art's Cyclery Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    This year, Lezyne's range of GPS devices gets a number of upgrades. This year is Lezyne's 10th anniversary. To celebrate, they've been revamping each of their product categories. The big story on the GPS front is improved functionality and a new look. The Super GPS is Lezyne's premium...
  9. Components, Wrenching
    The Fitbit Surge claims to be a super watch, but while it's super as a watch, heart rate and GPS inconsistencies need to be addressed. Lowdown: FitBit Surge Fitness Watch According to Fitbit, the Surge is designed to be a fitness super watch, bringing together all-day activity tracking...
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    This analog device records speed, distance, ascent, and time. And of course you can download your activity at the end of the ride, then upload to Strava, Training Peaks, and other training apps. Photo by Brian Vernor Classic car fans will love this amalgamation of modern technology and classic...
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    MSRP is $469 or $519 with Suunto Smart Sensor. One of our favorite GPS watches is getting a facelift. High-end gadget maker Suunto is adding to the Ambit3 GPS watch family, launching the new Suunto Ambit3 Vertical. The new time keeper on steroids provides a solution for sports enthusiasts when...
  12. Components, Wrenching
    The ELEMNT companion app, available on both iOS and android platforms, automates the ELEMNT pairing and manages the configuration process. Wahoo Fitness made a splash this trade show season, launching the ELEMNT, a GPS-enabled cycling computer. Top line highlights include a streamlined user...
  13. Components, Wrenching
    Garmin Varia Smart Bike Light (click to enlarge). Varia Smart Bike Lights Connected to an Garmin Edge GPS unit, these lights put the headlight beam where the rider needs it most, depending on current speed: further away for high speeds, closer at lower speeds. The tail light changes its...
  14. General Cycling Discussion
    The gang from Garmin got a jump on the spring 2014 product unveil season Wednesday, launching its new Edge 1000, a top-of-the-line cycling computer that does everything from tell you where you are and how fast you're going to displaying heart rate and power output to syncing with your smartphone...
  15. Components, Wrenching
    New Sigma GPS Rox at Frostbike 2014. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. For those of you who aren't Garmin devotees, we spotted another GPS...
  16. General Cycling Discussion
    By: Francis Cebedo and Brian Mullin I have a love/hate relationship with Garmin GPS devices. Sometimes, I want all the data and sometimes, I don't want any data on my bike rides. But when I discovered Strava, I fell in love with my Garmin 500 as it motivated me to go faster and go farther. I...
  17. Components, Wrenching
    Cateye is a brand that has been around for a while and you may have one of their bike computers that refuses to die somewhere in the parts bin. They make quality stuff and it seems that they've shown a breath of fresh innovation over the last couple of years. We dropped by the Cateye booth and...
  18. General Cycling Discussion
    Tim Kelly of K-Edge shows us the new Road Pro Chain Catcher that made it's debut yesterday at the London Olympics on Team USA bikes including Kristin Armstrong's bike. The Pro version improves on the original, with a new locking mechanism to hold the chain catcher in place. Once in place, it...
  19. General Cycling Discussion
    Welcome to the RoadBikeReview Holiday Gift Guide! In this economy, money is tight so you will want to be sure that you spend wisely. Our suggestions below are designed to save you time and let you know everything you need to about the different products on the market vying for your hard earned...
  20. General Cycling Discussion
    Welcome to RoadBikeReviews's Holiday Gift Guide! Do you have a special roadie on your holiday shopping list? Do you want to get them a present that they will love and use every time they ride, but don't know what to get them? Then check out our list of suggestions here on what to buy, these...
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