Bryton Rider 410 GPS Bicycle Computer

The $150 Bryton Rider 410, especially in $206 “T” format (which includes heart rate and cadence sensors), provides good value compared against competitive cycling computers. It does all of the things we expect from a cycling computer. Presenting data, recording without issue, and uploading the results to third-party sites like Strava. Setup is straightforward via the mobile app, but unfortunately […]

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Visualizing workout data

I’ve been looking for a better way to visualize the workout metrics produced from my bicycling computer than the tiny graphs that Strava provides, but I didn’t find anything that quite suited my requirements. So, I built something, and would love it if I could get some help testing it out. Usage is simple, drop the files (GPX, TCX, FIT) […]

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CABDA Review

This was the first time I’ve had the chance to go to the CABDA expo, and as a cyclist it was great to meet and chat with the companies that make the kit I like. Much of what I saw wasn’t that relevant to the site (i.e. droolworthy wheels), but there were several things that were; with a few more […]

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