Best Cost Under-Cutter
Garmin has GPS-based cycling computers nailed. The 510 and 810 computers the company released in the past year are game changers. Garmin packages all of the important features required of a cyclo-computer and a few flashy add-ons into an incredibly intuitive interface that is easy to use and understand. Price is the only issue. At $330 and $500 respectively, they are quite costly. Sigma, PowerTap and O-Synce are offering computers, the Rox 10.0, Joule GPS and Navi2Coach, with the major features for much lower prices, although the interfaces of those three more affordable units don’t compare to the Garmin computers.