Forget big, fancy, expensive GPS cycling computers. If your goal is to simply track your ride and see most of the important numbers, the new Bryton Rider 10 is for you.
For $60, you get a GPS cycling computer that tracks 28 functions, including incline, with the exception of power. It’s compatible with Bluetooth sensors, and also uses Bluetooth for smartphone pairing to upload your route and ride data afterward. From within their app, you can see the info, or just set it to auto sync with Strava. It’ll be available early May in white or black. If you need to see power data, or want to add route guidance, their other computers do it while remaining very affordable…
Upgrade to the 330 ($130) or 530 ($180) and you’ll get basic route guidance (tells you to turn left or right, but not with real time mapping), and you can create a route directly within the App using a Google Maps based system of starting point and destination input. If you want to see power output without the route guidance, there’s the 310 for $99. All three of these add ANT+ capability.
Also have new magnetless speed and cadence sensors, goes on the hub and does ANT+ and BTLE. The Cadence sensor mounts to the crank. Both simply strap onto the crank arm or front hub in seconds, letting you easily move the entire system from bike to bike. If using indoors on the trainer you can put it on the rear.
$30 $39.95 each, or $50 $69.95 for the pair, or an additional $40 if purchased with a computer.