Garmin pioneered GPS for the military before electrifying our pockets and bikes. With the advent of wearable devices, Garmin cycling has charted some of the toughest tech to conquer all conditions.
In 1999, the US military opened the doors to the consumer market for Garmin. From automobiles, Garmin quickly moved into outdoors tech and wearables, entering the bike market as Lance Armstrong fueled the resurgence of road biking in the US. Now Garmin sponsors professional cycling teams like Canyon-SRAM and Education First Pro Cycling, putting their technology to work collecting data in some of the most competitive training and racing environments in the world.
Twenty years after GPS hit the consumer market, Garmin is still the preeminent cycling computer. Garmin computers don’t overwhelm casual cyclists but have all the data collection pro cycling teams need. Get a Garmin and start your adventure today.