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Bontrager ANT+ Digital Cadence Kit w/Magnet
Bontrager's ANT+ Digital Cadence Kit w/Magnet wirelessly transmits your cadence data to a variety of ANT+ enabled receiving devices including Bontrager Node computers (sold separately). Installation is a snap, too.
Bontrager Bontrager DuoTrap Digital Speed/Cadence Sensor
Bontrager's DuoTrap Digital Speed/Cadence Sensor pulls double duty for your ANT+ cycling computer. It wirelessly transmits speed and cadence data, and installation is a snap with the included hardware.
Bontrager Node 1 Digital Computer
This is the information age, so your bike's computer should be, ahem, up to speed. Bontrager's next-generation Node Digital Computer lets you train smarter with speed, cadence, programmable heart rate zones, wattage and even a nutrition reminder on one easy to read screen so you don't have to play with buttons while you ride. Node computers can receive data from 3rd party power devices that are ANT+ compatible like SRM cranks and PowerTap hubs, too.
Bontrager Node 1.1 Digital Computer
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.
Bontrager Node 2 Digital Computer
This is the information age, so your bike's computer should be, ahem, up to speed. Bontrager's next-generation Node 2 Digital Computer lets you train smarter with speed, cadence, programmable heart rate zones, wattage and even a nutrition reminder on one easy to read screen so you don't have to play with buttons while you ride. You've also get altitude and a percentage grade. Node computers can receive data from 3rd party power devices that are ANT+ compatible like SRM cranks and PowerTap hubs, too. The water-resistant casing lets you ride all year long and the included soft-strap heart rate monitor keeps an eye on your training.
Bontrager Standard ANT+ Digital Speed Sensor
Bontrager's Standard ANT+ Digital Speed Sensor conveniently zip ties to any bike fork for the ultimate in convenience. It wirelessly transmits speed data to a variety of ANT+ enabled receiving devices including Bontrager Node computers (sold separately).
Bontrager Trip 5W
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 5W computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, a clock and temperature with a back light so you can see it during your early morning rides. It does all this without wires for a clean-looking front end, too. The Trip 5W is all about versatility, 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.
CatEye Enduro 8
Cat Eye's Enduro gives you the data you need and is durably made to handle the rigors of off-road use. It features heavy-duty wires made specifically for trail riding. Its large display is easy to read anywhere and the dual trip distance feature allows you to keep track of day and multi-day rides. Plus, you can easily switch this computer between your bikes using its 2 wheel-circumference settings (requires separate mount, which is sold separately).
CatEye Strada
Sleek, light and elegant, Cat Eye redefines cyclo-computer design with the new Strada. Don't let the slim size deceive you. This computer has a large screen and font size and all the functions you need. The unique and innovative design includes an easy-to-use mode button that's activated by toggling the bottom portion of the computer.
CatEye Strada Cadence
Are you spinning or grinding? You'll guess no more when you ride with Cat Eye's Strada Cadence cyclo-computer. It has a handy cadence feature and a large screen and font size plus all the functions you need. You'll also love the unique and innovative way you change modes by simply pressing on the computer itself.
CatEye Strada Digital Wireless
CatEye's Strada Digital Wireless computer displays all the important ride stats you need plus your heart rate, too. Its 2.5-GHz sensors are virtually interference-free, and its automatic sensor recognition ensures perfect function if you switch it between two bikes. You'll also love the simple press-on-the-computer function for changing modes that works great even when you're wearing heavy gloves. Plus, the included fabric heart-rate chest strap is more comfortable than traditional options, and CatEye's no-tools universal mount makes installing the computer a breeze.
CatEye Strada Double Wireless
Get rid of the wires with CatEye's Strada Double Wireless cyclo-computer. It's lightweight, wireless and comes packed with functions including an ISC Tec speed and cadence sensor, a pace arrow and a dual tire size function. You'll love CatEye's easy-to-use ClickTec design that lets you change the modes by pressing down on the computer (it's easy even while wearing thick gloves). Plus, this sweet cyclo-computer prevents interference from other devices, and the no-tools universal mount makes installation a snap.
CatEye Strada Wireless
Keep your bars clean and clutter-free with CatEye's Strada Wireless. Its large screen displays the essentials such as speed, distance, ride time, pace, and more. No wires means a simple, sleek look and easy, hassle-free assembly. Plus, a bright backlight ensures you can see your ride data even in the dim daylight hours of an early morning ride or an evening commute home.
CatEye Strada Wireless
Packed with functions and free from wires, Cat Eye's Strada Wireless is sleek, light and easy to use. Plus, it boasts a bold large screen and font, and all the functions you need. You'll also love the unique and innovative way you change modes by simply pressing down on the computer itself.
CatEye Velo 5
A cyclo-computer should be informational, not overwhelming. The Velo 5 is Cat Eye's entry-level computer and it is super simple to operate and understand. It features a new, larger screen and one large button for easy operation. Like all Cat Eye computers, it is ultrasonically welded and highly water resistant. And, the tool-free universal bracket and sensor mount allow the Velo 5 to mount on nearly all handlebars and forks.
CatEye Velo 8
A cyclo-computer should be informational, not overwhelming, which sums up Cat Eye's Velo 8 nicely. It's super simple to operate and understand, features a large easy-to-read display, one large button for changing modes and all the functions you really need.
Garmin Edge 500
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.
Garmin Edge 510
Tell the world what you accomplished with Garmin's Edge 510. Sure, this water-resistant wonder has great metrics like speed, distance, ride time, and optional power with a third party power meter, but what really sets it apart can be summed up in two words: real time. It syncs with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enable live tracking, so you can share your ride data with friends, loved ones, or teammates as you ride. Let all your friends on social media know just how hard you're crushing it. This wireless connection also works the other way: create a course online or view your past workouts and—with the Garmin Connect app — you can easily send them to your 510 to use during a ride, or against a virtual partner to race against your previous efforts. You can even get real-time weather updates in the middle of your ride. But perhaps the best part is the compatibility with both GPS and GLONASS satellites for faster acquisition and improved signal lock, meaning even under tree cover or in canyons, you'll still get great signal strength.
Garmin Edge 800 w/Heart Rate Monitor, Cadence And Street Maps
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.
Garmin Forerunner 110 w/Heart-Rate Monitor
Training smarter just got a whole lot easier with Garmin's Forerunner 110. It tracks important data like speed, distance and heart rate in addition to route info thanks to its built in GPS. When you're done with your run, you can download all your info and log it into Garmin Connect, their online training community, so you can accurately track your progress. Plus, your exercise data is stored in the 110, so it's always available with the touch of a button.
Garmin Forerunner 210 w/Heart Rate Monitor
Accuracy and simplicity make Garmin's Forerunner 210 a favorite among the world's best runners. It keeps track of heart rate, time, distance, speed, effort, and your route, thanks to its built-in GPS. It works indoors and out, and is compatible with some indoor fitness equipment. When you're done with your workout, you can log it on Garmin Connect.
Garmin Forerunner 410 w/Heart Rate Monitor
Garmin's Forerunner 410 lets you get the most of out of your workouts and makes it easier than ever to brag about your accomplishments. It comfortably straps to your wrist for easy viewing, and you'll always be able to retrace your route thanks to its easy-to-use GPS. You'll also love its ANT+ heart-rate monitor and the touch bezel that lets you easily scan through functions on the fly. Plus, it tracks how far you've gone and lets you race against a prerecorded course to gauge your training progress. And when you're done with your workout, you can upload your data to Garmin Connect, their online training community, so you can track your training and share your results. It even boasts a customizable display and a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that runs for up to 8 hours per charge.
Garmin Forerunner 610
Garmin's first touchscreen GPS sport watch, the Forerunner 610 has lots of useful features. One that's great for explorers is the back to start feature which guides you back to where your run began. You'll also love its touchscreen that lets you easily scan through functions on the fly. Plus, it tracks how far you've gone and lets you race against a prerecorded course to gauge your training progress. And when you're done with your workout, you can upload your data to Garmin Connect, their online training community, so you can track your training and share your results. It even boasts a customizable display and a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that runs for up to 8 hours per charge.
Garmin Forerunner 620
Meet your favorite new training partner: Garmin's Forerunner 620. To start with, the 620's large, hi-resolution, color touchscreen delivers workout data (including distance, pace, and time) so that you can focus on your running. It's easy-to-use touchscreen features customizable data fields that allow you to keep it simple or choose from a wealth of helpful training data. With Garmin Connect, you can upload your workouts for logging and analysis, download workout files to your GPS, and even share your latest adventure through your favorite social media website. Paired with your smartphone (iPhone 4S or later, sold separately) via Bluetooth, this on-hand coach enables live GPS tracking so your friends, family, or coach can follow your progress during workouts or races. The 620 will inform you when you've set a new personal record, and it even offers vibration or audio alerts to keep you on pace. Plus, it's ANT+ compatibility allows you to use Garmin's Heart Rate-Run monitor (sold separately) for additional valuable information: heart rate, calories burned, recovery time, V02 max estimates, cadence, ground contact time, and vertical oscillation.
Garmin Forerunner 910XT w/Heart Rate Strap
Track every lap in the pool, mile on the bike, and stride on the run with Garmin's Forerunner 910XT and heart rate strap. It's water-resistant to nearly 160 feet and easily adapts between swim, bike, and run. It also records transition times so you can analyze your entire workout or race. The swim metrics help you improve your stroke while the run and bike features ensure you increase your efficiency and nail your intervals. Heart rate is a great way to monitor your effort, keeping you within bounds of your prescribed workout. GPS lets you track your position, record distance, and monitor elevation gain. With an ANT+ power meter (sold separately), you can delve deep into power data and find your true potential. Once you’ve logged the miles, your Forerunner wirelessly transfers data to your computer back at home. Garmin's software even lets you plan workouts and upload them to the 910XT to help you take your training to the next level.
Garmin FR60
Get stronger, faster, better with Garmin's FR60. This powerful sport watch/fitness tool tracks all your workout data, including time, heart rate, calories burned, lap times, averages and more. With advanced tools like training alarms and a function that lets you race against a virtual training partner, you'll get fit in no time. What's more, it's even compatible with other ANT+ devices and some fitness equipment so you can keep track of your progress wherever you train.
Garmin HRM-Swim
Take your training to the next level by pairing HRM-Swim with your Forerunner® 920XT. The sleek, non-slip strap stays in place, even during wall push-offs. Once out of water, real-time heart rate, interval summaries and stored heart rate are transmitted to the 920XT.
Garmin Women's Forerunner 110 w/Heart-Rate Monitor
Training smarter just got a whole lot easier with Garmin's Forerunner 110. It tracks important data like speed, distance and heart rate in addition to route info thanks to its built in GPS. When you're done with your run, you can download all your info and log it into Garmin Connect, their online training community, so you can accurately track your progress. Plus, your exercise data is stored in the 110, so it's always available with the touch of a button.
Garmin Women's FR60 w/ANT+ USB Stick
Get stronger, faster, better with Garmin's Women's FR60. This powerful sport watch/fitness tool tracks all your workout data, including time, heart rate, calories burned, lap times, averages and more. With advanced tools like training alarms and a function that lets you race against a virtual training partner, you'll get fit in no time. And once you’ve logged the miles, your FR60 wirelessly transfers data to your computer. What's more, it's even compatible with other ANT+ devices like the optional foot pod and some fitness equipment, so you can keep track of your progress wherever you train.
GoPro Camera Tethers
When the going gets gnarly, it's a good idea to strap on GoPro's Camera Tethers to further secure your camera. Just stick the adhesive mount to your helmet or other flat object, then wrap the tether around the housing's backdoor to keep your GoPro in place no matter how intense the adventure gets.
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