Wireless and Electronic Gadgets for Your Mountain Bike, Reviewed

We’ve been testing bike tech and digital tech, so you don’t have to. Sure, we enjoy nerding out on our GPS ride stats and gadgetry and hope you do too.

Bryton Rider Neo 15 GPS


As far as mountain bike GPS units go, the basic Bryton Neo 15, priced at about $70, is a no-frills option. Read more.

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The Apex Pro is the most comfortable multi-sport watch. The flat alloy back and low weight make for an entirely forgettable feel on the wrist, and the swappable soft-silicone band feels as cozy as any. Read more.

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NiteRider Lumina OLED 1200 Boost Headlight


The lens in this light spreads a wider and more rectangular beam than some of the other single-LED lights in our test, making it another fantastic single-light option. Read more.

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Magura Vyron eLECT Seatpost


This wireless dropper cleans up your control panel with one less cable, it can be swapped between bikes, and it gets the saddle out of the way when the trail turns toward fun. Read more.

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Apple AirTag


We try using an Apple Air Tag to track a stolen bike. Finding a place to mount the tracker on a mountain bike is just the first hurdle to overcome. Read more.

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Wahoo Fitness Elemnt Bolt


The Wahoo software, both on device and in-app, is a pleasure to use. The screens and menus are generally intuitive and require little effort for getting out the door and going for a ride. Read more.

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Gloworm XSV G2


This 3600 lumen bike light is highly customizable and features wireless links. Read more.

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