We strap on five cycling-friendly trackers
Fitness trackers aren’t just for running. For those of you who prefer to get your calorie-busting workouts done on the bike rather than by pounding the pavements, you can still enjoy the distance-tracking, exertion-monitoring ways of a decent fitness-focussed wearable. With runners getting primary billing on most devices though, it can be tricky to know which ones are actually suitable for cyclists.
The sensors onboard might sound the same, but those measurable metrics are different when dealing with pedal power. It’s often the supporting software as much as the device itself that separates a decent cycle-friendly fitness tracker from a great one.
If you’re after the best fitness tracker for cycling, we’ve tried out five that claim to offer tracking support on two wheels and ranked them in order of how much they impressed us out on the road.
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