Last Updated on February 27, 2021 by FAB Jim The Cyclist
Every cyclist should have a bike computer for speed and to track miles, but they can get a bit expensive. Well, there is a cheaper option out there that still works great, Bryton.
Being frugal as I am, I couldn’t bring myself to pay top dollar for some of the expensive computers, so I did my research and landed on a Bryton rider 10. A great affordable option and I used it for a couple years with no issues. Then I decided I needed a few more features and upgraded.
Bryton Rider 420
I read a lot of reviews and decided on the Rider 420 as it was very affordable and had all the features I needed. I’ve had it a couple years now with no issues. Here are some of the specs:
2.3” optically bonded display with great viewing in sunlight and night riding.
35 hours of battery life. This is better than any others I have seen.
77+ functions and 5 satellite systems.
ANT+/ BLE heartrate, speed, and cadence sensor compatibility. ANT+ power meter.
Compatible with Bryton Active App, including auto sync to STRAVA.
IPX7 water resistance.
Really this thing does stuff I don’t even understand. It does what I want really well which is display my speed, average speed, distance, time, cadence, and elevation gain all on the same screen. At the end of the ride, I open the Bryton app and it automatically syncs my ride with STRAVA. And the best part is that it’s quite a bit cheaper than other computers with similar features. Get one today on Amazon:
Bryton Rider 15
This one replaced the Rider 10 that I have. A great option if you want to be really frugal, but sill have a nice computer.
Bryton Rider 750
If you need more features than the 420, check out the Rider 750. It’s a bit better than the 420, but still a great price for the features. 2.8” touchscreen with color and navigation. If I ever decide to upgrade this is what I would get. You will never get lost with this thing. Check it out now on Amazon: