TECHNOLOGY

Two-wheel tech.

Next-generation technology for your cycling adventures.

Next generation cycling tech.

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We know you appreciate a winding road, whether on four wheels or two. And, while long-distance cycling trips can be a challenge, technology is making them more enjoyable than ever. To take it to the next level, great tools are now available to track your route, record your adventures and help keep you prepared. Enhance your cycling experience with the best cutting-edge technology on the market.

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Garmin Edge 1000

Garmin Edge 1000

A cycling journey often brings you to the unknown. That's where the Garmin Edge 1000 comes in. This GPS device mounts directly to your bike, and does much more than provide your location. Family and friends can track your progress in real-time with the Live Track feature. Quickly learn about changing weather conditions as you ride, track metrics like elevation, and even monitor your heart rate. After your ride, you can easily interface this GPS tracker with the Garmin phone app.

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Moov

Moov

Moov can be attached directly to your ankle, unlike other fitness wearables that only strap to your wrist. As a result, Moov is able to detect and record the unique pedaling rhythm of cyclists. With Moov's data, you can extract important information, like rotations per minute, distance traveled and your overall fitness progress, over time.

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Recon Jet Smart Eyewear

Recon Jet Smart Eyewear

The Recon Jet Glasses are more than sleek and stylish. Features include a live data feed built into the back of the lens, allowing you to easily view information like distance traveled and elevation without breaking your flow. In addition, GPS and a video recording option are built directly into these glasses, giving you the power to experience cycling the way you want.

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Visijax

Visijax

Visijax is a stylish and functional jacket, available in black and a high-visibility yellow, that has LED lights installed to help others see you in the dark. And when you raise your arms to signal, yellow LED lights along your arm blink, giving you a built-in turn signal.

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