We’re used to seeing runners strap on GPS watches, but now the best cycling watches and trackers will keep tabs on distance, pace and even cadence while you ride.
The data means that cyclists can now enjoy unprecedented insights into their performance and technique, becoming better cyclists in the process.
These devices are easy to round up, but of course the real test is in the user experience. That’s why we took a host of these trackers, plus some more, out on the roads to find out how they fared – head over to our big cycling group test for details.
Read on for the lowdown on our pick of the best cycling wearables.
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