The Cannondale IQ400 Dual Wireless 18 function computer is very easy to set up. From opening the box to hitting the road took no more than 10 minutes. The instructions are clear and the computer is easy to operate, meaning you don't need to be a tech whizz to use it.
I have a Bryton 20 which is okay but I want something that is better & probably with maps. What do people here think about the following?
Garmin Edge 800 GPS Performance Bundle
Mio Cyclo 305HC With Heart Rate and Cadence (UK Maps)
Garmin Edge 500 Red with Premium Heart Rate and Cadence
Okay I know that the Edge 500 hasn't got maps!
I am considering the Bryton 20 with HRM but I'd welcome the thoughts of others out there about this please? Not looking to spend loads. Up to £120 ish. Thanks.
A bike computer is an important tool for cyclists, for time-efficient training and also a tool to navigate ride and routes. The new VDO MC 2.0 Wireless Cycle Computer is a German-made wireless computer and from opening the box through to installation and using, the MC 2.0 is a well thought-out piece of kit.
The Digiboard sits at the top of BBB's cycle computer range, and features wireless transmission along with a wealth of functions. The model tested – the catchy named BCP-51 WH – integrates all the speed and distance functions you'd normally expect, with the addition of heart rate and cadence capability. This latter requires the purchase of an additional cadence kit (£27.95) which we also tested.
Ok having a clearout of bits & bobs i have accumulated. All is in A1 + condition or new in boxes. My descriptions of the condition are accurate. I work seasonally for between 3-5 months abroad each year where i am supplied equipment to use so my own stuff see's minimal wear & tear. Feel free to mail me with any questions or for further photos on email@example.com
UVEX FP3.0 Road Helmet
The Velomann 16 is a well-made unit with plenty of useful functions, and it's fairly simple to set up. It's easy to use and doesn't disappoint in terms of performance, although it didn't really stand out from the crowd.