As with the Rider 50T, Bryton’s Rider 35 offers you a lot of bang for your buck in a Garmin-like package. Unlike its bigger brother, there’s no mapping, but you can plan routes and training programmes using Brytonsport. com. It fits securely using rubber O-rings, has all the heart rate and computer functions you’d expect – plus things like altimeter and gradient.
It’s straightforward to set up and you can set the screen to scroll between the 34 display options at your chosen rate or flick through manually. It’s great value for a fully-functioned GPS-enabled cycling computer.
This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine.