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.
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.
Topeak designed their Weatherproof RideCase to provide the ultimate protection for your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus against water and dirt. The Weatherproof shield allows touchscreen access and is Touch ID compatible in wet and dry conditions. Its unique and full angle adjustable mount allows viewing in landscape or portrait orientation and lets you mount or remove the RideCase in seconds. Includes a RideCase mount.
Gain more room or find the perfect position for lights, computers, music players, GPS, or whatever, with the Topeak BarXtender. Attaches securely to the handlebars or stem and adjusts for optimum position.
$34.95 - $34.99
CatEye's Velo 9 features a large easy-to-read display and one large button for changing modes, making this sleek, wired computer easy to use. On top of all the standard functions the Velo 9 also has a calorie counter to help you track your energy expenditure and a carbon offset calculator to monitor your good will towards the environment. You'll also love CatEye's tool-free Flex-Tight mount for easy installation and removal.
CatEye's Velo 7 displays your speed, distance, ride time and more on its easy-to-see screen. It's simple to operate and understand, features a large, bright display, and has one large button for changing modes. You'll also love CatEye's tool-free Flex-Tight mount for easy installation and removal.
Giant's AXACT 11 Computer gives you the power of information at your fingertips. This 11-function computer shows you the basics like speed (current, average and max), time and distance. It also features a pacer so you know how you're doing related to your average speed. Plus, it has a large display that's easy to read and only one button for simple operation. It's housed in a waterproof case and sports a backlight as well.
Giant's AXACT 13W Computer gives you the power of information at your fingertips. This 13-function computer shows you key data that you need to keep fit like speed (current, average and max), time and distance. It also features a pacer so you know how you're doing related to your average speed. Plus, it has a large display that's easy to read and only one button for simple operation and it can be used on 2 different bikes. It's housed in a waterproof case and there are no wires to clutter your front end up.
Profile Design's UCM XL Universal Computer Mount provides a convenient 60mm-long place to mount your computer on your aero bars. It installs without tools, stays put and can be positioned as needed for easily viewing and controlling your computer.
The crankset is the heart of your bicycle and where you’ll find the SRAM RED Quarq power meter. The sole job of the crankset is to convert the effort from both legs to forward motion. It is the perfect place to measure power. This power meter works for every discipline: Road, triathlon, time trial, and cyclo-cross. The chainrings are replaceable should your bike, discipline, or ability change. - A direct force power meter that measures total power output from both legs with +/-1.5% accuracy - Works for every discipline: Road, triathlon, time trial, and cyclo-cross - No compromises on materials, shifting, wheels, or pedal choice - Proven by pro teams and athletes throughout the world – Cobbled Classics, Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, World Championships - Number 1 at the Ironman World Championship for the last three years - Uses a hidden bolt to mount the chainrings – compatible SRAM chainrings ensure the derailment pin lines up behind the crank arm - 10K – programmed with over 10,000 data points to eliminate temperature effects on power measurement - AxCad – A multi-axis accelerometer switches the power meter on and measures cadence, simplifying installation and operation - Breakthrough Materials – Exogram hollow carbon fiber crank arms – the lightest, strongest crank arms SRAM makes – minimize weight and maximize speed [ELSA RS, ELSA R and SRAM RED] - Easy to use (and reuse) – LED indicator and visible ANT+ ID - The replaceable CR2032 battery never leaves you without power - Manual and automatic zeroing make it truly set and forget - Built to Last – IPX7 waterproof rating, 2-year warranty, free firmware updates, and acclaimed international support - Moves with you from bike to bike - With Quarq's free Qalvin app – available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android – you can set the zero offset, check battery voltage, run diagnostics, and perform firmware updates for free Arm Material: Carbon arms, Machined alloy spider Weight: 778 grams (GXP 172.5mm 53x39 BB not included) * Chainrings and BB sold separately
SRAM's QuickView Computer mount delivers an uncomplicated computer mount that‘s easy to install, lightweight, and above all, vibration and slip-free. At only 20 grams, with a single torx T25 bolt, flexible mounting clasp, and a 1/4-twist mount, it installs quickly, simply and securely on any 31.8mm handlebar. SRAM's QuickView Computer Mount also features a center-offset design so the computer (sold separately) can be placed directly in front of the stem, or flip it to position the computer behind the bar for MTB or cyclocross use. It works great with computers that use a 1/4-turn twist lock interface.
Sigma's PC 25.10 makes it easy to reach your fitness goals. To help you track your progress, the training log lets you view cumulative weekly and monthly values for workouts up to 12 months ago! You can also view that day's training numbers. An audible alarm sounds if you go above or below a programmable heart rate zone, and it keeps track of total calories burned in an exercise session. And, your current heart rate can be shown as a percentage of your maximum so you can determine if your pace is adequate.
Topeak's PanoBike Bluetooth Smart Heart Rate Monitor turns your smartphone, tablet, or any Bluetooth Smart Ready device into your personal trainer. With the free PanoBike app installed on your device, this water-resistant soft-sided chest strap will transmit over 1,800 hours of operation at a range up to 30 feet.
Use this Sigma docking station to easily download ride data to your computer. The docking station is compatible with all Sigma computers that use CR2032 batteries, and the Sigma Rox 5 and 6 models.
$2,499.99 - $2,576.99
To reach your potential as a cyclist, it's a great idea to train with a power meter, and the Quarq ELSA brings together incredible accuracy and superb performance in a wireless, crank-based unit. It uses ANT+ wireless technology to pair with a head unit of your choice (sold separately), to display and record your data. Plus, an LED indicator lets you know you've correctly synced the ELSA with your head unit. And, the user-replaceable battery is a simple to swap and readily available CR2032. With the ELSA's excellent accuracy you get great data, even if you swap chainrings, thanks to Quarq's Omnical technology, and with their Power Balance, the ELSA also uses algorithms to determine the independent power from each of your legs, on the fly. Plus, the SRAM-made Exogram hollow carbon crankarms and precision-shifting 5-bolt chainrings will leave you floored by their lightness, stiffness and beauty.
$2,333.99 - $2,416.99
To reach your maximum potential as a cyclist, it's a great idea to train with a power meter, and the Quarq RIKEN brings together excellent accuracy and performance in a wireless, crank-based unit. It uses ANT+ wireless technology to pair with a head unit of your choice (sold separately), to display and record your ride data. Plus, an LED indicator lets you know you've correctly synced the RIKEN with your head unit. And, the user-replaceable battery is a simple to swap and readily available CR2032. With the RIKEN's excellent accuracy you get extremely useful data, even if you swap chainrings, thanks to Quarq's Omnical technology. Plus, the SRAM-made carbon crankarms and 5-bolt precision-shifting chainrings will leave you floored by their unreal stiffness and beauty.
Sigma's Rox 10.0 will take you to the ends of the earth! Sporting GPS, route navigation, and ANT+ technology, the Rox 10.0 gives you all the ride information you crave. Speed, distance, and time functions are just the beginning with this computer. For climbing days you get a host of functions like gradient, altitude, and a profile of the next three miles. The array of lap functions provides the perfect tools for races and intervals. The data log, docking station, and Data Center software make tracking your rides simple and easy. Plus, the speed and cadence sensors and heart rate monitor help you keep track of how hard you're working.
There's no doubt that Sigma's RC 1209 will take your run and swim workouts to the next level. Some awesome features in the RC 1209 are its ability to measure distance, pace in minutes per mile and speed, helping you to quantify your training and reach your target times in races! There's no need to wear a foot pod because the R3 heart rate chest strap collects all the data. An audible alarm sounds if you go above or below a programmable heart rate zone, and it keeps track of total calories burned in an exercise session. And, it's coded so you won't have interference with your training partner's heart rate monitor.
Use this Sigma docking station to easily download ride data to your computer. The docking station is compatible with Sigma's Rox models 8.0, 9.0, 8.1, and 9.1.
If you're not using a power meter and tracking your watts, then you're giving the competition an advantage. SRAM's brilliantly stiff, light RED cranks feature a Quarq Power Meter integrated into the crank for easy installation, low weight, and minimal maintenance. Your power info is transmitted ANT+ wirelessly, enabling you to use the head unit of your choice (sold separately), and with no wires or external sensors, your beautifully sleek road machine stays clutter-free. Other nice features include an easily replaced battery and a wattage reading accuracy of +/- 1.5%. Also, calibration values are stoRED in the CinQo so there's no need to re-calibrate if you switch head units or swap chainrings. Plus, since the power sensor is in the crank, you can easily switch wheels. In addition, SRAM's X Glide R chainrings deliver world-class front shifts, and the oversize carbon arms transfer every watt of your strength.
Slip Topeak's PanoComputer into its handlebar mount, and all the data you could want is at your fingertips. Once the ride is over, you can quickly and easily transfer that data to your smartphone to share with friends. The single, large button scrolls through all the computers 17 functions, which are shown clearly on the 2.3-inch screen, and it can store info from two bikes so you can swap it. Don't worry about rain, because the PanoComputer is water resistant.
Topeak's PanoBike Speed & Cadence Sensor turns your smartphone, tablet, or any Bluetooth Smart Ready device into your personal trainer. Install the free PanoBike app, or any other Bluetooth-enabled speed/cadence app, and this water-resistant easy-to-mount sensor will get over 1800 hours of operation at a range up to 30 feet, telling you exactly how fast you're going and how quickly you're pedaling.
If you're not using a power meter and tracking your watts, then you're giving the competition an advangage. SRAM's Quarq CinQo Power Meter integrates into the crank spider for easy installation, low weight, and minimal maintenance. It's ANT+ wireless compatible, enabling you to use the head unit of your choice (sold separately), and it has no wires or external sensors, which means that your beautifully sleek road machine stays clutter-free. Since the power sensor is in the crank, you can easily switch wheels for race day. Other nice features include an easily replaced battery (no overnight charging!) and a wattage reading accuracy of +/- 2%. Also, calibration values are stored in the CinQo so there's no need to re-calibrate if you switch head units.
Wahoo's ANT+ Key transforms your iPhone into an all-in-one training partner for running, riding, and going to the gym. Wirelessly connects your iPhone to fitness sensors and allows you to collect and track all your fitness data like heart rate, speed, and cadence through your favorite fitness apps. • Connects your iPhone to ANT+ fitness sensors: heart rate, cycling speed/cadence, and power meters (each sold separately) • Low-energy and does not require charging • Weight: 3.5 grams
Quarq's Battery Cover replaces your lost or damaged one. It's water-tight, made of aluminum, and works with Quark's Elsa, Riken, and Red 22 power meters (sold separately).
Sigma Sport's Cadence Power Magnet is the correct replacement magnet for any Sigma Sport computer featuring cadence (computers sold separately). It attaches to your crankarm with zip ties and double-sided tape (both included).
Sigma Sport's Rox 6.0 is one tiny computer that packs a mighty punch! It's stuffed full of all the features you need to take your workouts to the next level, including speed, heart rate, target HR zones, and temperature. The altitude measuring functions of the Rox 6.0 makes it ideal for riders who train in the mountains, showing them elevation gained and lost, as well as their current elevation. Add in the simplicity of wireless installation and it's a great option for competitive athletes and anyone interested in tracking their fitness. It's versatile too, with functions specifically for hiking, so you can take a break from the bike and still enjoy the outdoors.
This adjustable Sigma chest strap is compatible with Bluetooth-equipped heart rate monitoring devices.
Consistency in training leads to better results, which is why using a consistently accurate and reliable power meter is vital. Quarq's Active Temperature Compensation, which is calibrated with over 10,000 data points, makes their ELSA R accurate to within 1.5%. Carbon crankarms deliver the power to the road and keep the Riken light on the climbs. ANT+ technology lets you hook up your desired compatible head unit (sold separately), the LED indicator flashes when the power meter is on, and the single, easily replaced CR2032 battery lasts for up to 300 hours of ride time. - Compatible with 10/11-speed SRAM, Shimano (10-speed only) Rotor, FSA, Praxis, WickWerks, and other chainrings - Chainrings and bottom bracket are sold separately - 130 BCD
Looking for an elegant, sporty heart rate monitor at a great price? Check out Sigma's PC 10.11. It's the perfect tool to help you train effectively and achieve your fitness goals. Set your heart rate zones and let the Zone Indicator tell you when you're in the right zone with visual and audible alarms! The PC 10.11 also displays the time of day, date and has a stopwatch. Plus, this handy device even counts the number of calories you've burned!
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