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garmin edge 820 mapping

We take a first look at the new Garmin Edge 820, including all the essential features that you need to know about, its battery life, price and availability.

£329.99
Score 6

The latest smart glasses to hit the market, Oakley Radar Pace use inbuilt headphones and an intel processor to coach you and deliver an incredible number of features. I spent…

£400.00
Score 6

If you like to listen to music or motivational tracks when you exercise, Veho’s ZS-2 earbuds are designed to cope with pretty much anything they’re likely to encounter during a…

£24.95
Score 8

Before we go any further, I have been using the Garmin Edge 1000 for two years now. In that time it has had a number of firmware updates which have…

£439.99
Score 8

wahoo elemnt

If you're after a cycle computer that isn't a Garmin, the Wahoo Elemnt could be a good alternative, being dead easy to set up and with good functionality.

£249.99
Score 8

cateye velo wireless computer

Good value, easy to use, and gathering all your vital stats, the Cateye Velo Wireless computer is a great choice for those just starting out in road cycling.

£34.99
Score 9

garmin edge 500

I remember the day I bought my Garmin Edge 500 as if it was yesterday. It was 11 July 2011 and Thor Hushovd, the World Champion riding for Garmin-Cervelo, had…

£169.99
Score 9

garmin edge 200

The Garmin Edge 200 may have been usurped by the Edge 20, but still offers decent value, and is compact and easy to use if you're new to cycling computers.

£109.99
Score 8

Designed in Holland the HideMyBell is a cycling computer mount with an integrated bell that sits on the underside of the mount. >>> Garmin Edge: complete buyer’s guide The main…

£21.00
Score 8

Lezyne Mini GPS

When it was launched earlier this year, the Lezyne Mini GPS was the world’s smallest GPS computer. Unfortunately for the German company, Garmin then came along with its Edge 20…

£109.99
Score 8

The Garmin Edge 25 is primarily aimed at cyclists who are new to using GPS devices. For example, riders who are mainly concerned with time, distance, speed, GPS position and…

£139.99
Score 9

The Epix is a good addition to Garmin’s vast range of GPS devices. As you would expect with a device developed for multisport athletes the Epix is a watch rather…

£419.99
Score 8

polar v800 gps watch

The Polar V800 straddles the divide between dedicated cycling computer and the fitness and activity trackers that have really taken off in the last year or so. This puts it…

£349.50
Score 7

With Strava now attracting every section of the cycling community, newer riders will be glad to know that there are now a large number of products that allow you to…

£50.00
Score 7

Based in Berlin, Fahrer is making interesting bicycle accessories from a mixture of recycled materials, such as old innertubes and tarpaulins. Their products are designed for city use, but many…

£34.50
Score 7

The Bryton Rider 60 is the latest range-topper to challenge Garmin’s domination of the GPS cycle computer market. The Taiwanese company has been working alongside AG2R-La Mondiale, with the Rider 60…

£289.99
Score 7

Beautifully crafted, the latest Garmin mount from K Edge is a class act. The twin bolt design is a doddle to fit to a 31.8mm bar and clamps down snugly.…

£39.99
Score 8

KCNC’s take on the Garmin mount is typical of the Tiawanese company — it’s beautifully machined and finished, while the design has had plenty of thought go into it. A…

£34.99
Score 8

Mike Hawkins takes the Garmin Edge 810 for a 100 miles later...

£379.99
Score 9

Saris PowerTap SL+ - Hub-based power meter, offering user-friendly metering, £1,250

£1,245.00
Score 8

Polar has packed lots of features into this top-end unit, more than enough to satisfy the most diligent coach. There’s even an altimeter. The Polar RS800CX wristwatch looks more stylish…

£464.50

We have previously discussed the main functions of the Garmin 705 but having now tried it paired up with an Ant+ compatible PowerTap we thought it deserved a bit of…

£329.99