BikeRadar Bargains: 4 great deals on Garmin GPS units

Navigate your way towards these sumptuous bargains

All cyclists love a healthy chunk of data and a decent GPS unit is the easiest way to get a hit of those addictive numbers. For this week's edition of BikeRadar Bargains we've pulled together the best bargains on Garmin GPS units from around the web.

 Whether you're looking to upgrade an older unit or are on the hunt for a gift for the cyclist in your life, these tempting bargains are sure to whet your whistle.

Garmin Edge 20 — £110 £80

We highly rate the diminutive Edge 20
We highly rate the diminutive Edge 20

The diminutive Edge 20 is one of our favourite GPS units on the market. Despite its minuscule scale, it packs in much of the tech featured on units many times its size and with a 27 percent saving currently at Millets you can start navigating on the cheap. 

Garmin Edge Touring Plus GPS — £249.99 £209.99

Although an older unit, the Edge Touring Plus is still a perfectly capable device
Although an older unit, the Edge Touring Plus is still a perfectly capable device

Although the Edge Touring Plus may be getting a little long in the tooth, it's still a highly capable unit, which when paired with the appropriate mapping will guide you home from pretty much anywhere.

Garmin Edge 1000 bundle — £549.99 £467.99

The Edge 1000 remains the class leader for high-end GPS units
The Edge 1000 remains the class leader for high-end GPS units

If you're looking for a more modern model, it's hard to overlook the venerable, range-topping Edge 1000.

Our very own Ben Delaney described the unit as the "definitive GPS training and touring computer", and when paired with the bundled heart rate monitor and cadence/speed sensor should provide even the nerdiest rider with more data than they could ever need.

Garmin Edge 520 — £279.99 £199.99

The Edge 520 is our favourite mid-range GPS unit from Garmin
The Edge 520 is our favourite mid-range GPS unit from Garmin

If you're in the market for a smaller unit that's well featured, then you'd be hard pushed to beat the 520.

Featuring live tracking, Di2 integration, smartphone alerts and connectivity with more gubbins than probably necessary, the 520 is our favourite mid-range GPS.

This article was updated on 7 August 2017.

Jack Luke

Staff Writer, UK
Jack has been riding and fettling with bikes for his whole life. Always in search of the hippest new niche in cycling, Jack is a self-confessed gravel dork and thinks nothing of bivouacking on a beach after work. Also fond of cup and cone bearings, skids and tan wall tyres.
  • Discipline: Long days in the saddle by either road or mountain bike
  • Preferred Terrain: Happiest when on a rural road by the coast or crossing a remote mountain pass. Also partial to a cheeky gravel adventure or an arduous hike-a-bike.
  • Current Bikes: Custom Genesis Croix de Fer all road adventure wagon, Niner EMD 9.
  • Dream Bike: A rigid 44 Bikes Marauder, all black please.
  • Beer of Choice: Caesar Augustus
  • Location: Bristol, UK

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