Lezyne integrates TrainingPeaks and Today's Plan workouts

Free firmware update adds guided workouts to GPS computer line

Lezyne's GPS computers were already a good value, and now riders who use TrainingPeaks or Today's Plan can get their workouts guided on their handlebars with a firmware update.

After doing the free firmware update, riders who have a Today’s Plan or TrainingPeaks account can pair it to their Lezyne GPS computer with the smartphone app.

Then, the Lezyne GPS computers will guide riders through their scheduled workout of the day, with target ranges shown in graphic and numeric form as the primary graphic. The next interval is shown above, with time remaining shown below.

After completing the workout, the Lezyne app uploads the ride file to the paired analytic site, and Strava, too, if that is paired.

Workouts can be followed by targets for power, power and heart rate, just heart rate and more
Workouts can be followed by targets for power, power and heart rate, just heart rate and more

Riders with a Today’s Plan or TrainingPeaks account can create their own workouts or use those from existing plans.

Lezyne now has up to five screens with up to eight data fields on each. The computers can be configured easily with the smartphone app or on a computer.

Visit www.lezyne.com for the firmware update.

New training functions on the Lezyne GPS computers:

  • Functional Threshold Power Percent
  • Training Stress Score
  • Intensity Factor
  • Normalized Power
  • Power Zone
  • Power Zone Time
  • Heart rate Zone
  • Heart rate Zone Time
  • Heart Rate Max Percent

Lezyne GPS computers have a navigation function that works in tandem with the app. If you want to find a place on the fly, you use your phone to search for it, then select one of the suggested routes, and then sync that with your GPS unit, which guides you there.

With the firmware update, Lezyne GPS computers also have a wealth of new training metrics, too, including percentage of FTP, Intensity Factor, TSS and more
With the firmware update, Lezyne GPS computers also have a wealth of new training metrics, too, including percentage of FTP, Intensity Factor, TSS and more

Full list of Lezyne display functions:

  • Turn-by-turn navigation
  • Strava Sync
  • Strava Live Segments
  • Structured Intervals
  • Interval Time
  • FTP Percent
  • Zones: Heart Rate, Power
  • Training Stress Score
  • Zone Time: Heart Rate, Power
  • Intensity Factor
  • Heart Rate Percent
  • Normalized Power
  • Heart Rate*: Average, Max, Max Percent
  • Cadence*: Current, Average
  • Power: Average, 3 Second Average, 10 Second Average, Balance
  • Electronic drivetrain data
  • Speed: Current, Average, Max.
  • Distance: Current, Trip Total, Trip 2, Odometer
  • Bike Odometer
  • Shimano Di2 and SRAM eTap display
  • Time: Ride Time, Clock
  • Date
  • Laps and lap averages
  • Elevation: Ascent, Descent, Current
  • Grade
  • Calories
  • Temperature
  • Left/Right Smoothness
  • Left/Right Torque Effectiveness
  • GPS signal strength
  • Battery life indicator for device and paired peripherals
  • Connected devices icons
  • Bread crumb trail page
Ben Delaney

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Ben has been writing about bikes since 2000, covering everything from the Tour de France to Asian manufacturing to kids' bikes. The former editor-in-chief of VeloNews, he began racing in college while getting a journalism degree at the University of New Mexico. Based in the cycling-crazed city of Boulder, Colorado, with his wife and two kids, Ben enjoys riding most every day.
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