If you’ve ever wondered why some GPS cycling computers simply work better than others, Bryton explains how the different tech inside means better tracking for your rides.

In this episode, Bryton’s Thomas Rando shares how all the parts and pieces come together to create the different levels of bike computers we all use to track our rides. From GPS to battery to future features and our own pie in the sky hopes, it’s all here in this in-depth look at how cycling computers really work.

bryton gps cycling computer showing routing on smartphone screen

Check out our review of the Bryton Rider 750 to see their voice-activated navigation in action, plus more features and tech.

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