The Hammerhead Karoo 2 is sort of a smartphone mashed up with a GPS unit, offering a brilliant screen and an endlessly evolving feature set.
Why does my friend’s GPS show a longer or shorter ride than mine? We look at six units, and offer tips for improving GPS tracking accuracy on any device.
As far as mountain bike GPS units go, the Bryton Neo 15, priced at about $70, appears to be a steal.
The Wahoo Elemnt Bolt cycling GPS gets a color screen, more on-board memory, and improved navigation functionality.
The Bryton Rider 750 is a fully-featured and connected GPS designed for cycling that boasts a color touchscreen and more options than any rider could possibly exhaust in a season. Here’s what I’ve learned after testing the device over the past few weeks.
Download free trail maps using your smartphone, and transfer them to a GPS device wirelessly for easy navigation.
For many of us, if there isn’t a GPS trace to save at the end of the ride, it’s as if it didn’t happen.
According to the Garmin System Status page, many of the company’s online services are back online as of today, though some features mountain bikers rely on are not fully operational.
The Unite looks like a cool option for riders who want to record their ride and heart rate, without other confusing functions.
These new cycling computers from Garmin track your air time and trail flow score for mountain biking.