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Garmin Edge Cycling Computer
Mark Peters : July 13th 2014 - 15:20 CET
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GarminGarmin Edge 1000 Cycling Computer : Garmin, the global leader in satellite navigation, announced the Edge 1000, a top of the line cycling computer for competing, connecting, and navigating. Whether riding for a personal best or seeing where they stack up against the pros, Edge 1000 will help cyclists reach their goals with advanced segment capabilities including the ability to view start and finish point alerts, race themselves or the segment leader, and plan rides using segments. The Garmin Edge cycling computer also offers instant uploads to social media, live tracking, on-the-go upload and download of data from Garmin Connect, and advanced bike-specific navigation and mapping capabilities.

Garmin Edge 1000

Garmin Edge 1000
Stay Connected with the new Garmin cycling computer. Keep a pulse on the outside world with Edge 1000’s incoming calls and text message alerts, and LiveTrack, which allows friends and family to follow races and training activities in real time. Instantly share a ride on social media and Garmin Connect, or quickly download software updates with Edge 1000’s Bluetooth Smart wireless and Wi-Fi capabilities that allow easy upload and download from friendly hotspots. Riders can compete and challenge themselves on Garmin Connect with new segment and leaderboard capabilities including alerts for upcoming segment starts and their finish points, and Virtual Partner automatic synching with previous best, or the overall segment leader.

Garmin cycling computer

Garmin cycling computer features
Like the Edge Touring, Edge 1000 cycling computer comes with preloaded maps and points of interest, including parks and trails, to help cyclists find their way. Working like a GPS navigator for a car with bike-specific features, Edge 1000 provides courses and can guide riders back to start or calculate the most direct route and provide turn-by-turn directions to get them where they need to be. The ease of planning rides with Edge 1000’s round-trip routing capabilities allows riders to simply enter how far they want to ride and Edge 1000 will calculate up to three cycling-friendly routes for them, even allowing them to review the elevation profiles before making a selection. Comprehensive route planning and route elevation profiles on the device or on Garmin Connect assist riders in preparing for the toughest of climbs.

Edge 1000

Garmin Edge touch screen display
Adopted from the renowned Edge 810 and 510, Edge 1000’s display is fully customizable with performance monitoring, advanced workout/training compatibility, and activity profiles, saving data and routing preferences to allow easy transition between different types of riding, such as road, mountain or touring. The large 3-inch high-resolution color touch screen display is optimal for gloves and wet days, and has an ambient light sensor for riding at night or through changing light areas such as shade and tunnels. The display also features dual orientation so users can position the Edge 1000 horizontally, for a wider view, or vertically, to see the route ahead. The Garmin Edge 1000 is compatible with ANT+ sensors, including heart rate, and Garmin’s new speed and cadence sensors.

Garmin Edge cycling computer

Garmin Edge remote control
Edge 1000 is also compatible with the new Edge Remote, a rugged, compact and lightweight remote control that allows riders to easily control Edge without removing their hands from the handlebar. Edge 1000 is the first Garmin bike computer that is compatible with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting systems to display current gear on the screen. It’s also compatible with ANT+ power meters including Vector™, Garmin’s unique pedal-based power meter that measures total power, left/right balance and cadence. Edge 1000 comes with a preloaded power-based workout to calculate functional threshold power, from which riders can base their power training zones, and has a battery life of up to 15 hours.

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Garmin Edge 1000 price
The Garmin Edge 1000 cycling computer will be available to purchase in Spring 2014 for a suggested retail price of $600 and $700 for the bundle including HRM3 and new speed/cadence sensors.

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