In this post you will find my first impressions of the Bryton Rider 750 bike GPS, comprising:
- An extensive video on ‘look and feel’, set up, ease of use, etc
- A short video (sub-60 seconds) following my first ride with the device.
For those short of attention span, I’ve been very impressed with it.
** Update: I have now published my full review of the Bryton Rider 750, both in video and written form, which perhaps sir-or-madam would like to peruse?
Okay, cool. Well here is my full first look video:
And here is my short reflections on using the Rider 750 on a bike ride for the first time:
And here are the links should you want to buy the device or get more information:
Bryton Rider 750
Check price - Amazon More info - Bryton website
Bike GPS device with a colour touchscreen and full on-board mapping.
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Monty is an enthusiastic road cyclist with only moderate talent. He started Sportive Cyclist in 2013 to record the journey to his first 100 mile ride, the RideLondon 100. Over time the blog has expanded to include training advice, gear reviews and road cycling tales, all from the perspective of a not-very-fit MAMIL. Since you're here, Monty would also like you to check out his YouTube channel. Also, Monty really needs to stop referring to himself in the third person.