Garmin GPS Cycling Computers
Garmin's ANT+ USB stick plugs into your computer's USB port to wirelessly transmit your activities to Garmin Connect and Garmin's Training Center. It automatically receives your activity data when your compatible ANT+ Garmin device is within range.
Mount your Garmin Edge computer with the Quarter Turn Bike Mount. It includes the bike mount, rubber disc, and elastic bands to secure the Quarter Turn to your stem or handlebars.
Monitor your speed and cadence as you ride with these easy-to-install wireless sensors. With no magnets or other exposed parts to line up, these sensors are easy to install, maintain and move between bikes. The speed sensor 2 attaches to the hub of either wheel and self-calibrates with your Edge cycling computer or compatible Garmin device to give you accurate speed and distance at all times — even without a head unit. The cadence sensor 2 fastens to any size crank arm and measures pedal strokes per minute so you can get the most out of your training. Send live speed, distance and cadence data to compatible training apps or displays by using ANT+ connectivity and BLUETOOTH Low Energy technology. With both of these sensors on your bike, you can work to improve your personal best or see where you stand against the pros.
Advanced GPS Bike Computer for Competing and Navigation - Features advanced navigation, including new rider alerts and the preloaded Garmin Cycle Map with turn-by-turn directions for on and off-road courses - Preloaded Strava Live Segments let you compete second by second with your previous best or another rider’s PR; see real-time results right on your screen - Stay connected with your compatible smartphone using LiveTrack and GroupTrack, smart notifications, rider-to-rider messaging and built-in incident detection - Monitors cycling-specific VO2 max and recovery time when used with power and heart rate - Tracks Functional Threshold Power (FTP) and cycling dynamics when used with Vector power meters - Battery life: up to 15 hours With Edge 520 Plus, you can train smarter and discover new routes. This cycling computer features advanced navigation and challenges built right in, not to mention a bright color screen, preloaded Strava Live Segments and the Garmin Cycle Map with turn-by-turn directions. Whether you’re exploring new routes or pushing your limits at race time, Edge 520 Plus has exactly what you need. General Specs: - Physical dimensions: 1.9" x 2.9" x 0.8" (49.0 x 73.0 x 21.0 mm) - Weight: 2.2 oz (62.5 g) - Water rating: IPX7 - Battery: rechargeable lithium-ion - Display size: 1.4” x 1.9” (35.0 x 47.0 mm); 2.3" diagonal - Display resolution: 200 x 265 pixels - Color display - Battery life: up to 15 hours - High-sensitivity receiver In The Box: Sensor Bundle - Edge 520 Plus - Flush out-front mount - Standard mount - Speed sensor - Cadence sensor - Heart rate monitor - Tether - USB cable - Manuals
Performance GPS Cycling Computer with Mapping - Dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training load focus, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more - Cycling safety features include new bike alarm, group messaging and tracking, incident detection and compatibility with Varia rearview radar and lights so you can see and be seen - Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing — which helps you ride like a local — plus off-course recalculation and back to start; mountain biking model has integrated Trailforks data, including trail difficulty ratings - Customize with free apps, widgets and data fields from the Connect iQ Store - MTB dynamics track jump count, jump distance and hang time as well as Grit, a measure of the ride’s difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time - Battery life: up to 20 hours with GPS; extendable up to 40 hours with the optional Garmin Charge power pack or in battery save mode In The Box - Edge 530 - Standard mount - Mountain bike mount - Edge remote - Silicone case - Speed sensor - Tether - USB cable - Documentation
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