Lezyne Super GPS Bike Computer
While we gladly admit to being tech geeks, the GPS head unit arms race has, admittedly, gotten out of hand, with options seemingly outnumbering the customers themselves. Lezyne de-escalates the situation, making the choice easy by embarrassing more expensive devices with the escalated functionality of its Super GPS Bike Computer. The Super GPS still backs up the usual GPS/Glonass connection with some local readings and it still connects to Bluetooth and ANT+ meters and monitors; but, when paired with a smartphone and Lezyne's new Ally app, the Super GPS now also incorporates everything from live segment updates to navigational prompts. When paired with a smartphone, the only key difference between it and the (much) more expensive head units dominating the market is that it lacks a color touchscreen. If you're more into data and training than flash and shininess, that's a negligible sacrifice. The biggest change for the new model year may well be the addition of Lezyne's Ally app, which...