Bryton has officially announced their Rider 860 bikenav with mapping.
I’ve done a few BRYTON reviews recently. I wasn’t too impressed with the super-budget Bryton Rider 15 but the Bryton Rider 420 made my ‘Best Bike Computer (2019)‘ list for a COMMUTER because of its great feature set, openness and low price. As you can see from the image, below, the 420 has an unusual case shape compared to the more standard-looking 860.
I’ve not got my hands on an 860 but one thing you can be sure of with Bryton is that you will probably get a feature-full bike computer for a good price.
Bryton Rider 860 Specifications
Below are the product specifications from Bryton’s website. Those that are of specific interest to Bryton’s range include the addition of these features: colour touchscreen; larger 2.8″ display; BLE/ANT+ sensors & WiFi; Di2/eTap/EPS; built-in OSM map; POI/address search; map contours plus 16 hours of GPS-enabled battery navigation time.
There are some ‘proper’ bikenav features there but, as always, the truth will be in how well they work in practice.