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GPS Report: Check Out the Latest Reviews

GPS Report: Check Out the Latest Reviews

GPS Report: Check Out the Latest Reviews

Now that the mags have had time to test our new GPS computers the in-depth reviews are starting to hit the pages of many top publications. Better yet, the results are quite favorable. Check out our roundup of the latest GPS reviews below!

Peloton Magazine – Lezyne GPS Line
“Lezyne has given us everything we need in a GPS, nothing we don’t, and have done it with more convenience thanks to long battery life and Bluetooth connectivity for less money…What the unit does do, which we absolutely love, is text and call alerts through Bluetooth connectivity to your phone”
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Decline Magazine – Lezyne Mini GPS
“At just $139.99 the Mini GPS keeps all the essential riding data right at your fingertips for a minimal investment in a sturdy aluminum and plastic package. It lets you save and upload your rides on any fitness tracker website and provides good motivation to pick up the pace and ride harder, even if you’re rolling solo. Of course, you could get all this data and more from your smart phone but I’m not too keen on strapping a $600 piece of glass to my handlebars. I’m excited I’ve found this new way to accumulate ride data, as keeping track of my rides will help me stick to a schedule and stay in better shape.”
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Bike Magazine – Lezyne Mini GPS
“Despite its diminutive size, Lezyne’s Mini GPS packs a punch. Unlike the Garmin and Magellan, the Mini does not have any kind of on-the-ride navigational features—no map to the nearest taqueria or fire lookout. Instead, it offers everything you’d want in a cycling computer—moving time, ride time, odometer, trip distance, current average and max speeds, current elevation plus total elevation gain and loss, temperature—not to mention the ability to geek out with maps when you’re back home.”
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Road.cc – Lezyne Mini GPS
“The Lezyne Mini GPS computer is an easy-to-use option that gives you basic ride information on your handlebar along with the ability to upload, store and analyse your rides on Lezyne’s GPS Root website.”
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Bikehugger.com – Lezyne GPS Line
“There’s another choice from Lezyne with a simple operating system and much of the functionality. It’s a computer for those simpler, head-clearing rides.”
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FactoryJackson – Lezyne Mini GPS
“This tiny cycle computer from Lezyne weighs just 29 grams and records the major things on a ride you need to keep track on fitness progress, for marking routes out and sharing details on social media platforms like Strava.”
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BikeRadar – Lezyne Super GPS in “Best New Gear”
“While the 75g Super GPS does not provide navigation — the GPS functionality here is used for recording where you ride, plus metrics like speed and distance — it does work with heart rate straps, power meters and mobile phones thanks to ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity.”
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