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Bryton has added yet another cycling computer to their already extensive range. This time around it’s the BRYTON RIDER 420 and RIDER 860 both of which offer Turn-by-Turn guidance with street names as well as Galileo GNSS, dual-band sensor support and power meter calibration and configuration.
Normally this sort of spec from Garmin /Wahoo would be well over $/£200 but the Bryton Rider 420 starts at a very reasonable £130.
The Bryton Rider 860 is similarly featured and comes with a colour screen. But I’m getting ahead of myself let’s take a quick look at some of the impressive headline feature set and, for those of you who want a review, I’ve linked below to my review of the AERO 60 from earlier in the year so you can get a flavour of the BRYTON ecosystem.
Bryton Rider 420 – Headlines
- Follow Track – route following feature with TBT (I assume TBT and routing intelligence is created on the app for the 420)
- 35 hours of battery life
- Power Meter Pedal calibration (static calibration and setting crank length)
- GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO support
- 80 functions
- 2.3″ screen
- 8 metrics per page
- STRAVA, KOMOOT, RideWithGPS auto-sync routes
- Create Routes on the Bryton app
- BLE and ANT+ sensor support for HR, cadence, speed and power.
- Bundle options starting at $130.
Bryton Rider 860 – to follow
I don’t have the info on this yet and I’ll update it here when I do. It will be more expensive with a possible colour touchscreen. Interestingly it looks like it might have onboard maps and routing. Based on Android and slated for a Jan 2020 ish launch.
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