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Sigma Sport Mounting Bracket Rox 1909/2209 (2450)
$5.99
Replacement handlebar/stem mount for wireless CR 2450 computers. Compatible devices: ROX 8.0 ROX 9.0 ROX 8.1 Rox 9.1 BC1909HR BC2209MHR ROX 5.0 ROX 6.0
Blackburn Delphi 5.0
Paint a clear picture of your workouts with Blackburn's Delphi 5.0 cyclo-computer. The easy-to-read Speed Display has 4 lines of data on each display. And the 2-bike setting enables you to log rides on your road and mountain bike on the same computer. Plus you'll find a 20-lap chronograph and a heart-rate monitor with 3 training zones for reaching all your riding goals. Get the most out of your training with Blackburn's Delphi 5.0 cyclo-computer.
Bontrager Node 2 Digital Computer
This is the information age, so your bike's computer should be, ahem, up to speed. Bontrager's next-generation Node 2 Digital Computer lets you train smarter with speed, cadence, programmable heart rate zones, wattage and even a nutrition reminder on one easy to read screen so you don't have to play with buttons while you ride. You've also get altitude and a percentage grade. Node computers can receive data from 3rd party power devices that are ANT+ compatible like SRM cranks and PowerTap hubs, too. The water-resistant casing lets you ride all year long and the included soft-strap heart rate monitor keeps an eye on your training.
Bontrager Trip 4W
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 4W computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, and a clock. It does all this without wires for a clean-looking front end, too. The Trip 4W is all about versatility, it records data for 2 wheel sizes so you can use it on your road and mountain bikes and you can mount it to your bars or your stem.
Bontrager Trip 5W
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 5W computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, a clock and temperature with a back light so you can see it during your early morning rides. It does all this without wires for a clean-looking front end, too. The Trip 5W is all about versatility, it records data for 2 wheel sizes so you can use it on your road and mountain bikes and you can mount it to your bars or your stem.
CatEye Enduro 8
Cat Eye's Enduro gives you the data you need and is durably made to handle the rigors of off-road use. It features heavy-duty wires made specifically for trail riding. Its large display is easy to read anywhere and the dual trip distance feature allows you to keep track of day and multi-day rides. Plus, you can easily switch this computer between your bikes using its 2 wheel-circumference settings (requires separate mount, which is sold separately).
CatEye Strada
CatEye redefines cyclo-computers with the sleek, light and elegant Strada. Don't let the slim size deceive you. This computer features all the functions you need as well as a large screen and digits for quick readings at a glance. The unique and innovative design includes an easy-to-use integrated mode button that's activated by pressing the bottom portion of the computer allowing you to change the mode even while wearing thick gloves.
CatEye Strada Wireless
Keep your bars clean and clutter-free with CatEye's Strada Wireless. Its large screen displays the essentials such as speed, distance, ride time, pace, and more. No wires means a simple, sleek look and easy, hassle-free assembly. Plus, a bright backlight ensures you can see your ride data even in the dim daylight hours of an early morning ride or an evening commute home.
CycleOps Joule
Sleek, lightweight and easy to use, CycleOps’ Joule is packed with valuable data to maximize your training. With 35 different field metrics and three "dashboard" screens, you can easily keep track of power, elevation gain, distance, heart rate, TSS, cadence—the list goes on. Being able to view three customized metrics plus two sub-fields on each dashboard diminishes stress and time spent changing screens. Navigating the dashboards and starting/stopping intervals is easy with a few simple, easy-to-hit rubberized buttons, and because the ANT+ compatible Joule keeps historical records for up to a year, you can compare current rides to past performances, making it an invaluable tool for tracking progress on the go.
Garmin Edge 500
Finally, a tool as vital as your bike itself. It will change the way you view riding by showing you your strengths, your weaknesses, where you're going, and where you've been. The sleek, slim Garmin Edge 500 is ideal for the avid racer and the weekend warrior alike—it displays basic data such as speed and distance, and it's compatible with ANT+ speed/cadence sensors, heart rate monitors, and power meters (sold separately), giving you the key to unlock your hidden potential. It's GPS-enabled, allowing you to download and analyze training files on programs like Garmin Connect and Strava. Get the most out of your valuable ride time with the Edge 500.
Mavic WinTech HR + Cadence Wireless Computer
The WinTech HR is a slick, simple, light and minimal wireless cycling computer. Mavic's engineers integrated the computer's sensor into the front quick-release for the cleanest computer installation ever! It's a plug-and-play solution for any bike and provides all the important cycling stats and heart rate information. Plus, because it has an exclusive Mavic encoded digital signal, the data is very accurate.
NiteRider Rebel 5.0
Step up your training with NiteRider's Rebel 5.0. This wireless powerhouse goes above and beyond most cyclo-computers with a temperature gauge, altimeter and power reading so you can make the most out of every ride. Plus, the 2.4 GHz digital transmission ensures accurate readings even around other wireless-equipped cyclists. Mounting is easy, too, with stem and handlebar attachments included. And, the backlit display is always easy to read.
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