The Garmin Extended Out Front Handlebar Mount lets you take full advantage of the capabilities of your Garmin Edge without compromising your ride. This mount with extended arm allows you to stay in a comfortable heads-up position for easier monitoring and improved safety.
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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