Bryton Rider50


We just found out about a new GPS receiver mostly designed for cyclists. It is called Rider50 and will soon be offered by a Taiwanese company called Bryton.

The pricing is not announced yet but we’re pretty sure they looking Garmin Edge right in the eye as a competitor. More than anything Rider50 is a cycling computer as they’d like to call it that embeds a GPS receiver.

It has a 2.2″ TFT screen, IPX7 waterproof design, supports wireless data sharing with a technology called “Knock Knock” that utilizes 2.4GHz ANT+, and only weighs 106 grams.

Other specs are the micoSD card slot, rechargeable Li-Ion battery that can last up to 15 hours, mini USB interface, barometer, digital compass, and even preloaded detailed maps, and bike routes in certain countries.

We’ll let you know when we find a seller for the Bryton Rider50.

One Response to “Bryton Rider50”

  1. Kel Travers Says:

    Anyone wishing to purchase the Bryton 50 or 30 can do so by emailing us here at sales@bryton.co.nz


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