Garmin Edge 530 vs 520 and Edge 830 & 820– Is the upgrade worth it?

Launched back in 2015 the Garmin Edge 520 is probably the most popular option in Garmin’s cycling line-up, offering a good combination of features at an attractive price point. It was refreshed last year with the Edge 520 Plus which introduced full-blown routable maps while leaving most of the rest the same. With the Edge … Read more

Mio Cyclo 210 GPS Launched

Garmin may dominate the market for sports tracking devices, and Wahoo offering excellent alternatives for tracking ride, for people that are less concerned about sporting achievements and just would like to explore the UK or EU on their bike, then the Mio Cyclo 210 could make a great option. The Mio Cyclo 210 is a bit more like … Read more

Polar V650 GPS Bike Computer Review 2018 – Now with Strava Live Segments

The Polar V650 bike computer has been out for over 3 years now, but Polar has been regularly updating it, with the latest update including Strava Live Segments, so I have been reviewing it with the Polar OH1 for the past couple of weeks. The V650 is not as popular as Garmin products, but based on … Read more

Livall BH60SE Review – Smart Bike Helmet with lights & audio

If you are a regular cyclist, especially commuter, you will be all too aware of the dangers of cycling in traffic. During dark mornings or evenings bike mounted lights help a lot, but Livall hopes to improve your safety even further. The Livall range of bike helmets are possibly the first smart helmets on the … Read more

Garmin Edge 1000 Review – GPS Cycling Computer

I am a bit late to the game with the review of the Garmin Edge 1000 as it was released around 2 years ago. After reviewing the Wahoo ELEMNT I wanted to see what the competition could do, and I also had the Manchester to Blackpool bike ride to do so Garmin kindly hooked me … Read more

Wahoo ELEMNT GPS Bike Computer Review

Garmin has dominated the smart bike computer market for years now, but Wahoo introduced their own computer last year, the Wahoo ELEMNT. Priced at £250 this is not a cheap device but it is still less than the Garmin Edge 820 and 1000. A quick summary of the ELEMNT features includes: Integrated GPS Quicklook Indicators … Read more