Monitor your pedaling cadence and/or speed as you ride with these easy-to-install wireless sensors. Simply attach the sensors and ride. With no magnets or other exposed parts to line up, these sensors are easy to install, maintain and move between bikes. The cadence sensor fastens to any crank arm size and measures pedal strokes per minute so you can get the most out of your training. The speed sensor attaches to the hub of either wheel and self-calibrates with your Edge to give you accurate speed and distance at all times, including indoors on the turbo trainer. Combine them both and improve your personal best or see where your stand against the pros.
Protect your Garmin Edge 800, 810 or Touring with a form-fitting, silicone case and keep your mind at ease.
Garmin's lightweight elastic, nylon tether keeps your Edge 510 from traveling far in the event of a spill or rough ride. Simply attach your device to the tether, which provides a little extra safety in case your Edge pops out of the mount.
Train more effectively with Garmin’s Premium Heart Rate Monitor. The strap is soft, with nearly infinite size adjustment, ensuring a secure, comfortable fit across your chest. This ANT+ monitor wirelessly transmits your heart rate to your compatible device for instant feedback on how hard you’re working. It's optimized for use in crowded areas, like gyms and group riding, so it will only pick up your signal. And, the plastic heart rate module easily unsnaps from the soft strap, allowing for hassle-free laundry.
$8.50 - $10.00
Keep your training on track with Garmin's Replacement Elastic Strap for your Heart Rate Monitor, which allows your wireless heart rate monitor (sold separately) to sit comfortably around your chest.
Capture the entire adventure with Garmin's VIRB mount. It secures your VIRB remote (sold separately) so you don't miss a minute of the action.
Keep your cleats fully clip-able and free of dirt and debris. These covers will ensure long life for your cleats and silence that stiletto "clack clack" sound when you walk across the coffee shop, because really, who wants to sound like Miranda Priestly when drinking a cappuccino?
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