Sigma's BC12.12 STS has bicycle commuters in mind. In addition to nine functions for everyday and long-term mile-tracking, the BC 12.12 STS converts your commuting miles into gallons of fuel saved per trip! It also boasts the simplicity and clean looks of a wireless set-up, as well as a low battery indicator and a storage chip for data backup.
The BC 9.16 is the ideal computer to improve fitness. In addition to displaying maximum speed, the BC 9.16 estimates the number of calories burned based on speed and duration. Bike Functions: - Speed (kph/mph) - Average speed - Comparison of current/avg. speed - Maximum speed - Trip distance - Total distance - Ride time - Total ride time - Clock (12/24h) - Calories - Total Calories Features: - Full text display with 7 languages - Predefined tire sizes - Ride time up to 100 h - Automatic start/stop (ATS model for 2 hrs. in standby mode) - Watertight in accordance with IPX8 - Tool-free mounting
From the downhill mountain biker to the farsighted cyclists, the Padrone is ideal for anyone who wants to enjoy a squint-free ride and a fast, simple set-up. - Analog wireless - Large display and sleek design - Auto start/stop - Menu screen to change setting - ClickTec button interface - Programmable odometer - Battery indicator - FlexTight universal bracket
Sigma's BC 1009 STS is a smart wireless computer choice for every cyclist. Its diversity of functions make it an unrivaled bargain, too! Its easy to navigate big-numeral display is a joy to use. The integrated storage chip "remembers" your personal settings and total values even during battery change, which is announced by the low battery indicator. Plus, an optional second-bike sensor is available.
Sigma's digitally coded BC 2209 MHR records heaps of data from your ride in an amazingly small package. You get all the classic features of a wireless bike computer plus a heart rate monitor, altitude measurement and wireless cadence! Four current values (cadence/altitude, heart rate, speed and another optional function) are displayed simultaneously so you spend less time scrolling through features and more time riding. A wrist strap is included so you can take the 2209 with you off the bike and use it as a computer on your hike or run. Plus, the 2209 even records the amount of calories you burn during your workout!
Sigma's BC 8.12 is a stellar choice for a wireless bike computer. It boasts eight great features, an easy, one-button operation, and the simplicity of a wireless setup. Plus, the quick, tool-free installation will have you logging miles in no time at all.
Sigma Sport's Pure 1 wired computer is a classic among bicycle computers. In one easy-to-read display, it answers the three most important cycling questions: How fast? How far? How long? And it does so in a very compact and attractive design. Bike Functions: - Current Speed - Trip Distance - Trip Time - Total Distance - Total Time General Functions: - Auto wake - Automatic start/stop - Tool-free mounting - UFSB 2016- compatible - Watertight
Sigma's Rox 10.0 will take you to the ends of the earth! Sporting GPS, route navigation, and ANT+ technology, the Rox 10.0 gives you all the ride information you crave. Speed, distance, and time functions are just the beginning with this computer. For climbing days you get a host of functions like gradient, altitude, and a profile of the next three miles. The array of lap functions provides the perfect tools for races and intervals. The data log, docking station, and Data Center software make tracking your rides simple and easy. Plus, the speed and cadence sensors and heart rate monitor help you keep track of how hard you're working.
Sigma Sport's Rox 8.1 is one tiny computer that packs a mighty punch! It's stuffed full of all the features you need to take your workouts to the next level, including cadence, speed, current heart rate and target HR zones, as well as temperature, altitude and ascent/descent. If that wasn't enough, the Rox 8.1 also measures current, average and maximum power using an advanced equation that incorporates bike type, rider weight, shoulder width and more. With Sigma's smart 3-channel wireless transmission system, you can view multiple measurements such as speed, cadence and pulse, at the same time without interference. And, forget about having to re-calibrate this versatile computer before every ride—Sigma's Intelligent Altitude Calibration feature does it for you!
Use this Sigma docking station to easily download ride data to your computer. The docking station is compatible with all Sigma computers that use CR2032 batteries, and the Sigma Rox 5 and 6 models.
The Padrone Plus features a large display with a backlight, making it easy to see in all cycling conditions, day or night.
Get ready to log some serious miles with Sigma's BC 16.12. Equipped with a host of training-specific functions, this wireless computer is feature-packed and ready to help you ride faster, farther. It offers the option of cadence measurement with Sigma's cadence sensor. Plus, it has settings for two different bikes, making it very versatile.
The Sigma Pure 1 is a purist amongst all bicycle computers. In one easy to read display, it answers the three most important cycling questions: How fast? How far? How long? And it does so in a very compact and attractive design. - Incredibly legible - the Pure 1 has a very large 29 x 45mm display that facilitates reading for everyone; especially those with less than perfect vision - Switch between the trip view and the totals view with just one touch of the button - This sleek design sets new standards when it comes to blending in with the bike
Sigma's universal computer mount features a wired speed sensor, so you can use your Sigma cyclo-computer on a second bike. This kit comes with O-rings and a spoke magnet.
Origin-8's Data Station 8 is an affordable computer with all the basic, and some advanced functions to make every ride more fun. It has a large easy-to-read LCD screen and displays all your key ride data, like speed, average speed, speed comparison (to tell if you're traveling slower or faster than your average speed), trip distance, clock and riding time. There's even a handy scan mode that lets you set it to cycle through distance, maximum speed, average speed and time so you can track all four simultaneously. The Data Station runs on one LR43 battery (included) and features auto on/off for low power consumption.
Become more efficient than ever with CatEye's Strada Digital Double Wireless. Wireless communication between the computer and speed/cadence sensor keeps your efforts dialed, your rhythm flowing smoothly, and your bike looking simple and clean. Other key features include auto start/stop so you get accurate ride time, plus a backlight for easy viewing during low-light rides. The Strada is a perfect tool for both racing and training and can easily be switched between bikes.
CatEye's Strada Smart connects with your smartphone so you can view your ride data while your phone stays safely in your pocket with its battery life preserved. Simply download the CatEye Cycling App and the Strada Smart will display current/average/max speed, distance traveled, altitude, and more. CatEye's speed/cadence sensor (included) and heart rate monitor (sold separately) track your efforts even closer. After a tough ride come back and upload your data to CatEye's Atlas, Training Peaks or Strava to compare your workout to previous rides or your friends' times. And, if you leave your phone at home, the Smart also works by itself with the Bluetooth sensors.
Sigma's BC 8.12 is a stellar choice for riders interested in tracking their miles. It boasts eight great, versatile functions, as well as a simple one-button operation. The easy, tool-less installation will have you logging miles in no time at all.
Keep your computer where you can read it with Delta's stem bolt-mounted Computer Caddy. It provides a mounting point for awkward or crowded bars. - Mounts securely using the stem bolt - Adds a space to mount up to two devices - Weight limit of 125g (0.28 pounds) per side
Specialized's SpeedZone Sport provides all the data you need to quantify your rides. Its easy-to-read, double-line display lets you quickly check speed, mileage, and a whole host of other important functions. Plus, the SpeedZone's easy calibration makes setup a breeze and its interface is incredibly intuitive so you can spend more time pounding out the miles than trying to figure out how far you've ridden.
The CatEye Padrone Digital Wireless shows your cadence and ride stats on a large, 3-row screen with up to four data displays, and allows you to sync the unit to a smartphone via Bluetooth.
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