Rider 860 Follow Your Instinct!

Rider 860 Follow Your Instinct!

Go with your instinct, the Rider 860 will back you up!

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Bryton Inc today announced the launch of its new upcoming flagship GPS Cycle Computer model, the Rider 860 – which will feature a 2.8” color touchscreen, providing superb viewing and a more intuitive interface and expanding Bryton’s current product lineup into new territory.

This latest offering by Bryton also features downloadable-from-device OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps with detailed turn-by-turn navigation, incorporating street names, hill-shade & contour lines and an advanced POI function. Simply mount the Rider 860 and discover truly endless possibilities!

With the launch of this model, Bryton is expanding its connectivity and 3rd party integrations. Newly added 3rd party integration will also allow you can easily sync routes from Strava, Komoot and RideWithGPS as well as continue supporting sync and training creation with TrainkingPeaks.

“The Rider 860 represents the next stage in the evolution of Bryton product development,” stated Samuel Wang, Bryton Sport’s Founder and CEO. “After working closely with our dealers as well as top-tier racing teams, including the Deceuninck – Quick-Step Team, we have received a lot of valuable feedback.”

More Rider 860 details are planned to be announced during the Taipei Bike Show, with the product available in 2020 in selected regions. The device will be available for purchase in 2 bundle varieties beginning at €299.95 MSRP. Some additional features will include:

Colour Display with Touchscreen

Designed for the best viewing and operating experience, Rider 860 features a 2.8" glove-friendly color touch screen display, making operation more intuitive and reading data clearer than ever! It can fit up to 12 customizable data fields per page for better understanding of real-time performance.

Offline Navigation

Take on new adventures with the Rider 860’s Navigation function! With regional OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps downloadable directly from the device, Rider 860 provides location and detailed direction information at a glance, providing a convenient and intuitive user experience for road bikers. The Rider 860 offers turn-by-turn route guidance, including distance and direction information before every turn. When riding off route, the Rider 860 will automatically reroute to help get the ride back on track. It also displays many favorite points-of-interest, making the rides smoother and more enjoyable.

ESS Support

Rider 860 supports electronic gear-shifting systems including Shimano’s Di2, SRAM’s eTap and Campagnolo’s EPS. Gear information, such as gear ratio, gear combo and even battery life (such as on the ESS), are displayed immediately on the Rider 860, eliminating the need to manually check the crankset and cassette.

3rd Party App Integration

Rider 860 is perfectly integrated with various apps including Komoot and RideWithGPS so preferred trips can be synced directly from 3rd party apps to the device.

Sync to Bryton Active App

Enjoy seamless over-the-air synchronization to Bryton Active. Workout data can be automatically synced via WLAN directly from the Rider 860 or via Bluetooth from the device to the Bryton Active App, where progress and graphical analysis can be viewed, and rides can be shared to social media. Additionally using the Bryton Active App, it’s possible to sync and plan workouts, downloads planned trips and much more. Also after simple setup, STRAVA, TrainingPeaks and Selfloops Auto Sync from your Bryton Active account make it easier to share activities and compare with millions.

STRAVA, TrainingPeaks and Selfloops Auto Sync Compete with worldwide riders through Rider 860 recorded data. Workout files are automatically saved in FIT format, which can then be uploaded to popular training sites (so no software is needed to convert files). It is also super easy to sync activities from the Bryton Active App to Strava/TrainingPeaks/Selfloops by pairing accounts. What's even better is the Rider 860 supports professional training applications, such as GoldenCheetah, for detailed post-workout analysis.