The Garmin Edge 130 Plus GPS Cycling Computer gives you a load of functionality at a super affordable price. It can be used for all types of cycling from road and commuting to mountain biking where it can record metrics including such as jump count, jump distance and hang time.
If you are more focused on setting personal bests than doing jumps you can sync workouts from your Garmin Connect account and others such as TrainingPeaks, right to your Edge device so you can view your upcoming training and launch into the relevant workout seamlessly. It can also tell you how far up a climb you are so you can judge your efforts to win that all important Strava KOM or QOM.
The Edge 130 Plus uses multiple satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone. A built-in altimeter also shows how high you’ve ridden. The Edge 130 Plus helps you to stay on track with turn prompts, plus a breadcrumb map to see where you’ve been and where you’re going. At the end of the ride, Edge 130 Plus can even direct you back to your starting location. Of course, when you get home you can use Garmin Connect to Sync your ride and share their triumphs via Strava and social media.
· Easy navigation with turn prompts and breadcrumb maps
· See and record all your vital stats including distance, speed and altitude
· Sync with online platforms to download training plans and upload rides
· Mountain bike specific features including jump count and distance
What comes in the box?
· Edge 130 Plus
· Standard Mount
· USB cable
Garmin make a very popular range of GPS powered cycle computers. They can be used to track rides, get directions or follow training plans. They range in price from around £150 to over £500. In this guide we are going to run you through the key features of each model so you can work our which Garmin cycle computer works best for you.
Before we go onto the computers themselves it’s worth just quickly mentioning Garmin’s wider product range. Garmin make a range of smart watches, heart rate monitors and power meters which can all be connected to a Garmin computer. They also own the Tacx range of turbo trainers. You can sync training data from all of these devices through the Garmin Connect system and then share it with Strava and other platforms automatically. You can also use this system to plot rides onto maps, or download rides other people have been made, and load them onto your cycle computer to get turn by turn directions. It’s this connected ecosystem which helps to make Garmin computers so popular.
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|Sizes||ONE SIZE HEAD UNIT ONLY|
|Barcodes||753759256142, 753759256173, 753759256197|
|SKUs / Part Numbers||010-02385-01, GM238511, GM238521, VAREDGE130P|
Please note: Manufacturers can sometimes change the specification of the products from time to time.
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