100 miles later… Bryton Rider 40

My first rides with Rider40 £149.99 have been only using the quick start feature to record route, speed, time, distance and elevation, all of which have been analysed via downloading on to the Bryton Bridge computer interface.

But that’s only really scratching the surface function wise, I’ve not started playing with its inbuilt training sessions, like intervals or recovery rides yet. The screen is plenty big enough to read on the fly, as are using the buttons to navigate through screen options. My only gripe is that there’s still no auto-sync with Strava, meaning the converting of data into a GPX file.

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This article was first published in the September 13 issue of Cycling Weekly. You can also read our magazines on Zinio and download from the Apple store.