Bike computers can provide all kinds of information but let’s be honest they usually suffer from information overload, don’t they? The Omata One GPS Bike Speedometer ($500) is designed to combat this problem, it works by pairing modern technology with the traditional style of an analog readout. It includes a GPS chip that will track all your data and keep it stored so you can download straight to your app or service of choice. So while biking you can focus on the essential information: speed, distance, ascent and of course time. So keep your focus on the road ahead with this wondrous gadget that’s the perfect hybrid of the old and the new.
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