1. Cycle Computers

    Cycle Computers

    From wheel-magnet entry level computers through to wireless computers that can connect to smartphones and computers.
  2. Heart Rate Monitors

    Heart Rate Monitors

    Or HRM for short. Keep tabs on your performance and work within specific zones to really get the best of your training sessions.
  3. GPS Cycle Computers

    GPS Cycle Computers

    Having a computer that bases its data on GPS location data is a really good idea. You'll never want to go back to a wheel magnet based system.
  4. Sports Action Cameras

    Sports Action Cameras

    High definition wide-angle cameras built to mount anywhere. For recording your wildest runs and getting them on to YouTube and co.
  5. Cycle Computer Accessories

    Cycle Computer Accessories

    Heads-up mounts, silicon bumper cases, GPS mapping CD-Roms, smartphone accessories and more.
Bike gadgets

How far into the realms of technology you wish to go is up to you. If you just want a simple speedometer computer there are plenty of very affordable ones to choose from. The price of GPS enabled computers has shot down in the past few years and chances are that anyone looking for a decent bike computer will be looking for one with GPS functionality in it even if it's just a GPS logging computer rather than a full-n Satnav style navigational unit. Training aids such as heart rate monitors are invaluable if you're serious about your fitness regime and progress. A relative newcomer to the world of cycling tech gadgetry are sports action cameras. Small HD cameras that can be mounted on the bike or on your person - usually helmet-mounted - for recording your cycling adventures and misadventures from a first person perspective.