Top Bike Computers: Which bike computers are recommended by Bike Computer Reviews as the best computers for cyclists?

  1. Garmin Edge 500 Bicycle GPS UnitBike computer reviews for Garmin Edge 500
  2. SIGMA BC1606L 16-Function Wired Bike ComputerBike computer reviews for Sigma BC1606L
  3. Cateye CC-RD300W Strada Wireless Bike ComputerBike computer reviews for Cateye CC-RD300W
  4. SIGMA BC906 9-Function Wired Bike Computer

Garmin Edge Bicycle GPS Unit

Sharpen your cycling performance with Edge 500, a lightweight GPS-based cycling computer for performance-driven cyclists. Loaded with data, Edge 500 tracks your distance, speed, location and elevation with high sensitivity GPS.   Read more!

SIGMA BC1606L 16-Function Wired Bike Computer

Sigma's BC 1606L is the top model for the most demanding of riders, even at night. The BC 1606L succeeds in this not only by providing a better overview of the essential information during a ride by hiding the total accumulated functions...   Read more!

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Blackburn Delphi 5.0 Bike Computer Review

Overall Rating: ★★★★☆

Keep track of your performance with the Blackburn Delphi 5.0 bike computer. With a large easy-to-read speed display and multiple display options, this cycling computer knows all about the history of revolutions.

The Delphi 5.0 fits regular and over-sized bars, and is cadence compatible to monitor your individual rhythms. Blackburn also added a 20-lap chronograph in addition to a trip and total distance monitor.

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Overall Rating: ★★★½☆

The Vetta V100 WL2X Cycling Computer with 21 functions and cadence offers optimum intelligence to record and interpret your speeds, distances, cadence, and time in a simple to use, wireless format. The V100 WL2X with Cadence allows your mind to relax as you reach your top performance, as the computer effortlessly records and interprets data, making it the serious cyclist’s ideal companion.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★★

Garmin has really upped the ante on the entire cycling computer category with it’s new gps-enabled navigator/computer, the 705. This is a true navigational aid with full-color maps and turn-by-turn directions in addition to advanced route-planning and saving capabilities. On top of that, the 705 adds heart rate and cadence monitors, a barometric altimeter, and wireless capability that lets you share routes and workout data with other riders instantly. Sleek and waterproof, with a 2.2-inch color screen that lets you customize what data you see and how you see it, these two devices help make the most of every ride.
Once your ride is over, simply plug your Garmin into your computer and download all of your data to start or maintain a training log.
Care, however, must be taken not to drop the Garmin while riding. If this were just any other computer, it might bounce off into the weeds, dusted off and reattached to the handlebars. The Garmin is more than just any other computer and it screen can be scrambled from direct impacts. If you were to drop the Garmin while standing still, well, it may survive but we don’t recommend you try. As well, if you were to crash during a race or riding on a trail, the Garmin should be ok. It’s the direct impacts at any rate of speed you should watch out for. Not to fear though because all Garmins have a strong attachment mechanism. Our recommendation, leave the computer attached to the bike till your ride is complete. Let your friends oggle it in your living room.

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