Whether you’re monitoring your training statistics, mapping your routes or recording your rides to pit yourself against your Strava followers, a Garmin cycling computer is a must-have for your handlebars.

At Prologue Performance Cycling we stock Garmin cycling computers including the new Edge 820: tracks time, distance, speed and GPS position. Plus, challenge your past rides.

The Garmin Edge 520 as the additional features of location and elevation tracking using high sensitivity GPS. Plus, ANT+™ compatible heart rate monitor, speed/cadence sensor or compatible power meter for a finely-tuned analysis of your ride.

The brand new Garmin Edge 820 progresses further to include easy-to-use touch screen technology, advanced performance monitoring includes VO2 max, recovery advisor, Strava live segments, FTP, performance condition and advanced cycling dynamics.

Then there’s the Garmin 1000 with in-ride competitions through Garmin Connect, on-road or off-road navigation. Locate yourself around points of interest, use preloaded Garmin Cycle Map. The Garmin 1000 offers instant upload to Garmin Connect Mobile to analyze and share your ride. Connected features include incoming call and text alerts, live tracking, sending/receiving courses, social media sharing and weather.

The Garmin Vector pedals are a fantastic way to monitor your power, they display cycling dynamics showing how and where power is produced. Unlike other power meters, Vector 2 measures power at the pedal, where force is applied. It’s a direct-measurement power meter that delivers reliable, accurate data. And because the force sensors are housed in each pedal, Vector 2 gives you the unique ability to see right and left leg power independently.

Garmin have just launched their new Varia Rearview Bike Radar, this is the first radar system for bikes that warns of vehicles approaching from behind up to 140m. The Varia works independently and wirelessly integrates with compatible Edge cycling computers. The rear light unit brightens and flashes to notify approaching traffic of a cyclist ahead.

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