Boom. New bike computer review time. In this case, the Bryton Rider 450.
So far on my bike GPS usage journey (yes, there is such a thing), I’ve had two Garmin Edges (the 510 and 520) and a Wahoo (the ELEMNT Bolt). Now it’s time to see how a new manufacturer and a new 3-digit model number will compare.
The Bryton Rider 450 is a fully-fledged bike GPS device. It uses the magic (science) of satellites to track and record your rides, taking feeds from other sensors secreted about your bike (cadence, power) or your person (heart rate strap).
Once your ride is completed, it sends the data file to the Bryton Active smartphone app and, if you’re that way inclined, on to Strava.
You can also use the device to upload and follow routes, in an attempt not to get lost on twisty turny unknowny roads.
So, very much a bike GPS computer in the Garmin Edge/Wahoo ELEMNT mould. But how does it compare? Most importantly, should you buy one? Read on MacDuff…