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Bryton is the latest tech edition to the BikeSportz family of brands offering GPS cycling units which are affordable, packed with functionality and most importantly, long battery life!
Bryton Inc was founded by elite consumer electronics product development and marketing professionals. Combining strong R&D and innovative product management teams, reinforced by a team of sales/marketing specialists with branding experiences across five continents, Bryton solidifies its capability in the consumer market and builds a foundation for the success of its dealers.
BikeSportz offers Australian dealers all four of Bryton’s GPS cycling units plus a range of accessories.
Rider 15 Neo
This is Bryton’s most affordable product, aimed at beginner cyclists. It’s recently been upgraded to have a larger 5cm display that also features back lighting for night riding and can be tailored using the Bryton Active App.
Workout files are automatically saved in FIT format, which can then be uploaded to popular training sites (so no software is needed to convert files). It is also super easy to sync activities from the Bryton Active App to Strava/TrainingPeaks/Selfloops by pairing accounts. The Rider 15 neo supports professional training applications, such as GoldenCheetah, for detailed post-workout analysis. It’s battery provides up to 16 hours of operating life.
The Neo 15 retails for just $109.95.
For your customers that are looking for cadence measuring, this feature comes on the Rider 15 C Neo that retails for just $40 more at $149.95.
The Rider 320 can be paired with sensors from other suppliers using both the ANT+ and BLE protocols, to add Speed, Cadence, Heart Rate and Power sensing.
The Bryton Rider 320 comes in two models: The 320E which retails for $189.95 and the 320 with Cadence + HRM sensors, which retails for $289.95.
The Rider 420 includes all of the features of the 320 plus adds a Follow Track function.
It is now possible to plan and create trips via the Bryton Active App, import trails (.gpx) from 3rd-party platforms onto Bryton Active, and auto sync trails from Strava, Komoot and Ride with GPS to let the Rider 420 be your personal guide. With turn by turn navigation, the device offers information for road names, distance and direction before every turn.
The 420 features 35 hours of battery life and can be charged via power bank whilst still recording. It also offers power meter support and links to your phone to display text messages.
The 420 comes in two configurations, the 420E for $219.95 and the 420 Bundle which includes Cadence + HRM sensors, for $319.95.
This is Bryton’s flagship product for advanced riders. The most immediately noticeable differences between this and the other Bryton models is that it has a larger, full colour touch screen and is pre-loaded with maps.
Using downloadable OpenStreetMaps (OSM), Rider 750 provides location and detailed direction data at a glance. When using the navigation feature, you can view detailed turn-by-turn route guidance, including distance and direction information before every turn, and, when riding off route, the Rider 750 will automatically reroute to help get the ride back on track.
The Rider 750 supports a huge range of external equipment and software, ranging from TrainingPeaks workouts through to displaying gear information when using Shimano Di2, SRAM eTap and Campagnolo EPS systems.
Incorporating E-Bike support for Shimano Steps, the Rider 750 can now display various E-Bike data for over 160 bicycle brands, including battery status, current power mode and ride time remaining in current power mode.
It also syncs with smart trainer to provide Virtual Track Simulation and you can control your trainer via the Rider 750.
The Rider 750 supports ANT+ Radar after simple pairing. While in the Meter Page, the radar strip will display approaching vehicles, utilizing the Rider 750’s vivid color screen for easy-to-understand vehicle icons and color changes for status, as well as include 3 levels of warning with audio notifications.
This is far from an exhaustive list of all the features of the Rider 750. It comes in two packages, the 750E for $429.95 and the 750 Bundle with HRM, Candence and Speed sensors for $549.95.
BikeSportz also stocks a comprehensive range of Bryton accessories including speed, cadence and heart rate sensors plus several different designs of bike mounts.
To find out more, dealers should contact their local BikeSportz representative or call (03) 9586 1600 or visit www.bikesportz.com.au