Bryton Rider 450T GPS Bundle (Ant+/Bluetooth) (Mount/Hr-Monitor/Cadence-Sensor)

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Designed for mountain bike lovers, Rider 450 preloads OpenStreetMap with Full GNSS support, allowing you to find trails, locate yourself and know which way to go in a second. Also constructed for a better viewing experience, the Rider 450 is built with crisp 2.3" large display, making reading data become easier than ever to glance at while riding. 


  • Up to 10 data feeds per page for you to have better understanding of your real-time performance
  • Supports electronic gear-shifting system including Shimano Di2, SRAM eTap and Campagnolo EPS - get all gear information such as gear ratio, gear combo and even battery life of the ESS immediately on Rider 450
  • Both ANT+ and BLE sensors work perfectly with Rider 450 after simple pairing
  • Bryton's first GPS cycling computer with GNSS full support incorporates GPS, Glonass (Russia), BDS (China), Galileo (Europe) and QZSS (Japan) satellite systems, providing a much more reliable satellite coverage at any situation especially when there`re buildings/trees or even during mountain biking
  • Incorporates up to 78+ functions including Time, Speed, Distance, Calorie, Cadence, Altitude, Power, HR and Di2
  • Rider 450 notifies you whenever you receive phone calls, emails or text messages after pairing it with your smart phone via BLE
  • Provides up to 32 hours of battery life and allows you to charge via power bank while recording
  • After pairing with Bryton App, you can customize your data fields/pages based on your training goals via BLE on your phone
  • Supports workout plans from TrainingPeaks
ANT+/BLE Heartrate monitor/cadence sensor

This product was added to our catalog on August 2, 2019