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PowerTap P1 Pedals
$999.99
These aren't ordinary pedals. The P1 pedal is a simple, intelligent and uncompromising design that provides the same proven PowerTap accuracy and reliability. The simple one-piece design easily mounts to any crank and does not require calibration nor installation angle setting, providing a true “plug-and-play” experience. The P1 also features dual band ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART for compatibility with a multitude of head units and smart devices. Plus, the independent measurement opens the possibility for a new set of pedaling metrics previously unavailable to help give you the ultimate competitive edge.
PowerTap G3 Rear Hub
$599.99
Some equipment makes your bike faster. Some makes you faster! PowerTap’s proven, 325-gram PowerTap G3 Hub does both. Make the most of your time on the bike — nail your intervals, stay within your targeted zones for long rides, and track your Training Stress Score (TSS) and Chronic Training Load (CTL) for long-term gains and reaching your goals. The low-profile G3 hub is made of light, durable aluminum with wide flange spacing for a great wheel. The G3 is accurate to within +/-1.5%, and is ANT+ capable for use with your favorite compatible cycling computer (sold separately). Plus, all the electronics are held within a small, easily removed outer cap.
Planet Bike Protegé 9.0 Computer
$34.99
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.
CatEye Padrone
$54.95
Between its large screen and easy wireless setup, CatEye's Padrone is great for those who want a simple, squint-free riding 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.
CatEye V2C Double Wireless
$150.00
CatEye's V2C Double Wireless cyclo-computer is broadband for your bicycle. It features a super-slick set-up that sends all the data, including cadence, through a chainstay-mounted transmitter. The easy-to-read screen simultaneously displays speed, cadence and time information, and is lit up by a bright backlight for those rides that run late. The latest 2.4GHz digital data transmission virtually eliminates interference and cross-talk, while the sensor unit combines the speed and cadence sensors into one sleek, reliable piece that easily adjusts to most bikes and keeps your machine neat and tidy, too.
Bontrager GOtime
$34.99
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 RideCase w/Mount (iPhone 6 and 6 Plus)
$59.95
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.
Planet Bike Protegé 5.0 Computer
$24.99
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.
Garmin Edge 520 Bundle
$349.99
Garmin started with the aerodynamic form factor of the popular Edge 500, added in-ride challenges on Strava live segments, color display, connected capabilities and advanced analysis features. The result—Edge 520, the GPS bike computer that’s right-sized for competitive cyclists and packed with the features you crave. The Bundle includes a premium heart rate monitor, speed and cadence sensors, plus standard and extended out-front mounts. Edge 520 compromises nothing when it comes to display — 2.3 inches of high-resolution color. We maximized the display so you get the most live area in relation to the compact size of the 520. You’ll also appreciate the screen clarity in all lighting conditions. The compact, rugged form factor and 15+ hour battery life of Edge 520 make it ideal for off-road adventures. It’s also compatible with GPS/GLONASS satellites, so you benefit from more signal options, wherever your ride takes you. - Offers in-ride challenges through Strava live segments - Reports cycling-specific VO2 max and recovery time when used with power and heart rate - Pairs with compatible ANT+ indoor trainers for data display and control - Tracks Functional Threshold Power (FTP), watts/kg and cycling dynamics when used with Vector or Vector 2 power meters - Connected features (when compared with a compatible phone): automatic uploads, live tracking, smart notifications, send/receive courses, social media sharing, weather
Garmin Edge 25
$169.99
Go the extra mile. Edge 25 captures essential ride stats, including time, distance, speed, total ascent and location. When paired with a heart rate strap (sold separately), it records your heart rate and heart rate zone so you’ll know when you hit your target (also providing more accurate information on calories burned during your ride). Edge 25 offers all the necessary stats to take your ride to the next level. Small in size, yet packed with features such as smart notifications when paired with a smartphone. Choose from courses ridden by others or create your own on Garmin Connect, Garmin's free online community. Once you choose a course, upload it directly to Edge 25 and follow it to your destination. You can even compete against yourself to make it more interesting. Via Bluetooth with your smartphone or a simple connection to a computer, you can upload your activities to Garmin Connect and see the path you traveled on a map, analyze it, share it and view details. Bluetooth also allows Live Tracking, so friends and family can follow your ride in real time. Invite followers using email or social media, which lets them view your live data on Garmin Connect. Compete against other cyclists on Garmin Connect segments and see your results post-ride on the leaderboard. Includes on-device alerts for segment start/finish points. Edge 25 lets you know how fast/far you’re riding. ANT+ sensors (sold separately), let you track cadence, as well as indoor speed and distance. Edge 25 uses GPS/GLONASS satellites to track how far/fast and where you ride, even under dense tree cover. Unlike a phone, you can use Edge 25 for up to 8 hours without worrying about data or battery drainage. - Tracks time, distance and speed, and heart rate ((heart rate transmitter sold separately) - Plan, download and follow new rides - Save, plan and share your activities at Garmin Connect - Water-resistant, durable device - Connected features, for instant data upload and LiveTrack
Planet Bike Protegé 9.0 Wireless Computer
$54.99
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.
Polar RC3 GPS HR
$349.95
Polar's RC3 GPS HR is a great tool for athletes who are looking to get more from their training. GPS recording and the ECG-accurate heart rate monitor give you the power to analyze every detail of your ride for a complete picture of your training, whether running, hiking, or cycling. There is also a visual alarm that alerts you when you're within your heart-rate based target zones. Plus, you can view your current, average and max speed or pace. And, you can transfer your data to your PC, then plan, analyze and dial in your training online at polarpersonaltrainer.com.
CatEye Micro Wireless
$59.99
Check out the ultra-sleek Micro Wireless from CatEye! With no wires to clutter up your bike, it's a stealthy computer with 10 functions that's ready to tally your data on every ride. It's got a nice LED backlight, auto power-saving mode, pace arrow, and more; the Micro Wireless is a smart little unit that delivers all the information you need. Plus, it can be configured for 2 different tire sizes allowing you to switch the head from bike to bike (requires second wireless sensor and fork mount; both sold separately).
CatEye Micro Wireless
$59.95
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 SpeedZone Analog Elite Altitude
$100.00
Specialized's SpeedZone Analog Elite Altitude is super easy to read thanks to its large digits and triple-line display so you can track speed, mileage, altitude, gradient and a whole host of other important functions. Plus, the easy calibration makes setup a breeze and its interface is incredibly intuitive.
Garmin Edge 800 w/Heart Rate Monitor, Cadence And Street Maps
$649.99
Make it easy on yourself—Garmin's Edge 800 does everything except lube your chain and pedal your bike. The sleek, easy-to-use Edge 800 navigates, records up to 180 hours of valuable ride data, and displays your current effort on a large, easy-to-see screen. It provides turn-by-turn directions, alerting you when to take the next right-hander by omitting a chirp beforehand. Equipped with City Navigator, the Edge 800 is loaded with 10 million points of interest and virtually every street in the US and Canada—the back roads will never get the best of you again. The large touchscreen makes flipping through the displays easy, even with gloved fingers. All it takes to personalize your display is pressing down on your desired field then scrolling through the dozens of key metrics. Speed, distance, time, temperature, elevation, pace alerts, cadence, heart rate, and more are at your disposal. ANT+ technology means the Edge 800 is compatible with most power meters, providing you some of the most valuable ride data you could ask for.
Specialized SpeedZone Sport Double Wireless ANT+
$90.00
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
Specialized SpeedZone Analog Elite Altitude
$100.00
Specialized's SpeedZone Analog Elite Altitude gives you the numbers you need to boast about your latest ride to all your buddies. Its easy-to-read, triple-line display lets you quickly check speed, mileage, altitude, gradient 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 many you've gone.
Bontrager DuoTrap S Digital Sensor
$59.99
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
PowerTap Bluetooth Smart Dual Speed/Cadence Sensor
$59.99
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.
Bontrager Node 2.1 Digital Computer
$139.99
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 Trip 100
$49.99
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.
Bontrager Interchange ANT+ Cadence Sensor
$39.99
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.
Bontrager Adjustable Computer Mount
$19.99
Bontrager's Adjustable Computer Mount lets you choose the computer position that works best for your ride posture. Dial into the perfect angle of visibility—right, left, or directly on top of the stem. - Provides infinite angle adjustment allowing for your preferred computer placement - Compatible with 31.8mm handlebars
CatEye Velo 8
$24.99
A cyclo-computer should be informational, not overwhelming, which sums up CatEye's Velo 8 nicely. It's super simple to operate and understand, features a large easy-to-read display and one large button for changing modes. On top of all the standard functions the Velo 8 has a calorie counter to help you track your energy output.
Bontrager Trip 200
$59.99
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 200 computer wirelessly displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, a clock and temperature, even calories burned. You can mount it on your stem or your bars with the universal mount and it's wireless to keep your ride tidy.
Specialized SpeedZone Sport Wireless
$40.00
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.
Bontrager Trip 300
$59.99
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 SpeedZone Sport Wireless Cadence
$60.00
Specialized's SpeedZone Sport Wireless Cadence provides all the data you need to quantify your rides in a neat package. Speed is picked up through a wireless sensor that can be mounted on your fork, and cadence is recorded with a wired sensor near your cranks. 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.
Polar CS100
$119.99
Polar's CS100 is just what recreational cyclists asked for! The CS100 puts Polar's famed heart-rate measurement together with a host of cyclo-computer features. The heart-rate monitor features maximum and average heart rate to help you make the most of every training and riding session. You can keep track of distance as well as the maximum and average speed of your two-wheeled fun. The CS100 even includes top-notch features such as auto start and stop so you can focus on riding, not programming your computer.
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