Featured Review

Bryton Rider 750

The Bryton Rider 750 is a color touchscreen with a massive feature set, including: ANT+ Radar (Varia), Electronic Shifting (Di2/eTAP), Navigation, Smart Trainer (ANT+ FE-C), and Wi-Fi support. With 20 hours of claimed battery life, even when not considering the price it’s a competent entry into the cycling computer market. Now let’s consider the price.

Bryton Rider 750 E (just the head unit): USD $269.95 / UK £219.95 / Australia $429.95 / EU €249,95
Bryton Rider 750 T (head unit + sensor bundle): USD $349.95 / UK GBP £289.95 / Australia AUD $549.95 / EU EUR €319,95

This is a long one, but I wanted to be thorough :).

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David Fox
David Fox
11 months ago

Hi. Thanks for the review. I noticed in one of your video shots that the 750 had a white background with black numbers & letters. I was wondering if there is a choice between white & black backgrounds. I have the 860 that has a black background and visibility is an issue in many lighting situations. I like the unit but with the reflective screen and wearing sunglasses, it is often difficult to see the display. I was also wondering how the text/phone alerts are displayed. On the 860 they appear and then disappear quickly. They are easy to miss.… Read more »

David Fox
David Fox
Reply to  Andrew Van Til
11 months ago

Yes, please add text/phone alerts. I would like an option to keepnthem on screen until I dismiss and an audio alert when they appear. Thanks for your response.

David Fox
David Fox
Reply to  Andrew Van Til
11 months ago

Thanks. I just want to be able to read it before it disappears. On the bike, as you know, there can be distractions.

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