For cyclists seeking powerful new features and technologies, the Bryton Rider 750 incorporates online navigation with preloaded maps and advanced trainings, in combination with new integrations such as Bike Radar System and Smart Trainer support as well as dynamic sensor support. Built with a large 2.8” color touch screen, the Rider 750 incorporates a new intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) with dynamic colors corresponding to customized HR / Power zones and easy-to-understand icons. Incorporating both a classic cycling page mode as well as a Graphical Mode for viewing cycling data in a vivid multi-colored graphical setup.
Using downloadable OpenStreetMaps (OSM), Rider 750 provides location and detailed direction data at a glance. When using the navigation feature, you can view detailed turn-by-turn route guidance, including distance and direction information before every turn, and, when riding off route, the Rider 750 will automatically reroute to help get the ride back on track. With connection to the internet, you can use your voice to search for locations on the Rider 750, eliminating the need to use on-screen keyboards. Available in over 100 languages, the voice search features offers a faster, more intuitive and more convenient to find addresses or POIs.
Knowing the distance to your next stop is always motivating and useful. After setting up your POI and Peak info using the Bryton Active App, you can check the distance to your next POI or Peak in Follow Track mode, allowing you to make the right decision based on your status and stay motivated along the way. Experience endless possibilities from the comfort of home with Virtual Track Simulation. Utilizing ANT+ FE-C compatibility, the Rider 750 will work seamlessly with most smart trainers and can simulate recorded tracks from the Bryton Active App. These converted tracks can simulate different gradients which better emulate the on-road experience.
Control your smart trainer right from the Rider 750. Customize the trainer's resistance level to fit your training goals or set the target power to achieve your desired wattage. After pairing multiple sensors, the Rider 750 will employ the collective sensor pool to automatically scan for nearby active sensors. Simply confirm the sensor connection with the active sensor and it is ready to go. Using the Bryton Active app, sensor names can be customized for easy recognition.
The Rider 750 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 750, eliminating the need to manually check the crankset and cassette. The Rider 750 incorporates Shimano Steps and ANT+ LEV e-bike support for compatible brands to display various e-bike data, including assist mode, assist level shifting mode, E-Bike battery, travel range and rear gear position.