Now both you and your bike computer can take a licking and keep on ticking via the Timex Cycle Trainer 2.0 GPS computer. Five screens of real-time cycling data provided by GPS, the included heart rate sensor, and ANT+ bike and power sensor compatibility let you track your performance and get the most out of each and every ride.
Quick and reliable signal via SIRFstarIII GPS technology
Real-time speed, distance, gradient, and heart rate
GPS location, barometric altimeter, and temperature sensor data
Hands-free operation with auto start, auto split, auto stop, and auto resume
Compatible with ANT+ speed and cadence sensors plus power meters
Five customizable screens
Rechargeable Li-Ion battery with 18-hour life in full GPS mode
Upload your workout to Training Peaks for analysis
INDIGLO night-light with full-time illumination option enables use in low-light conditions
Comments about Timex Cycle Trainer 2.0 GPS Computer:
Nice large screen that can be rotated (landscape or portrait), great illumination for night cycling, good software (and you can use their web based system too), can view 6 data sets at once per screen, good battery life, easy to recharge with USB cable and I can switch between my road and mountain bikes without having to change any settings. Very easy to setup, an even easier when you connect it to your PC because you can program everything right from it.
Down side - it doesn't come with a speed/cadence Ant+ sensor. A big deal to me because the gps speed is slow to react. While you can buy an ANT+ sensor from just about anywhere I feel this should come with it. Unfortunately Nashbar doesn't sell one that works, I've read that you can't use the Garmin Ant+ sensors. It comes with a heart rate monitor, which works very well.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend