Giant NeosTrack cycling computer review

Giant has taken on the cycling computer leaders with its NeosTrack, undercutting the market with a tasty RRP – but has it bitten off more than it can chew?

Giant NeosTrack cycling computer
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Cycling Weekly Verdict

A cycling computer which provides all the training data a rider could need, at a value-for-money price tag. Some of the nice-to-haves, like colour screen and segment warnings, are missing – but Giant has pitched this unit more at a dedicated athlete who will find within it all that they need to perform and improve. Though the unit is light, the mount needs to be stronger and the system and associated app could do with some work to improve ease of use.

Reasons to buy
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    Value for money

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    Focus on training

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    User interface takes getting used to

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It's fair to say that if we were playing a word association game and the term was "cycling computer", Giant's name wouldn't be the first to spring to mind. The market has long been dominated by US superpower Garmin, and the industry is just about getting its head around the arrival of Wahoo.

Giant's NeosTrack was introduced last summer, first spotted aboard Team Sunweb pro bikes at the 2017 Tour Down Under, and we've been living and riding with it for well over six months – putting it through its paces (and at times having it put us through ours).

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Michelle Arthurs-Brennan

Michelle Arthurs-Brennan the Editor of Cycling Weekly website. An NCTJ qualified traditional journalist by trade, Michelle began her career working for local newspapers. She's worked within the cycling industry since 2012, and joined the Cycling Weekly team in 2017, having previously been Editor at Total Women's Cycling. Prior to welcoming her daughter in 2022, Michelle raced on the road, track, and in time trials, and still rides as much as she can - albeit a fair proportion indoors, for now.