Travel and Outdoor Equipment Price Comparison > Cycling
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Simple, compact and lightweight, the Cateye ORB Front Light is an easy-to-use model that offers reliable visibility during your commute or leisure ride. [Full Details]
The Cateye EL135 Front Bike Light is ideally sized to take pride of place at the front of your bike and weighs in at just 77g for a lightweight and long-lasting illumination performance. [Full Details]
The Padrone Digital Wireless moves the game on from the popular Strada version by utilising the Padroneâ€™s larger display screen to show up to 4 functions simultaneously. Set up has also been simplified using Bluetooth technology for easy syncing and customisation via the Cateye Cycling app.
Supplied with the ISC-12 Speed & Cadence sensor ride data can also be quickly uploaded to CatEyeAtlasâ„¢ Stravaâ„¢ and TrainingPeaksâ„¢.
If you want an accurate training device that it not solely dependent upon your phone the Padrone Digital Wireless is your perfect partner.11 Functionso Current Speed Average Speed Maximum Speedo Trip Distance 1 Trip Distance 2 Total Distanceo Moving Time Clocko Current Cadence Average Cadence Maximum CadenceAdditional functions ( with HR12 sensor CA1603980 )Current Heart Rate Average Heart Rate Maximum Heart Rate [Full Details]
If you're keeping your training up all through the winter or you require extra vision and visibility for your daily commute, the Volt 1700 RC model adopts Cayeye's best technologies to bring you the performance you need. Equipped with an OptiCubeâ„¢ lens for a wide beam and delivering a huge 1700-lumens output, you'll spot every danger on your route well in advance and be seen from very long distances. Cateye has even built this light with a tool-free battery section, so you can carry a spare battery and swap it out on the go if required. [Full Details]
Cycling Buyers Guide
What sort of cycling do you intend to do?
Will you just be riding on the road? Or will you be riding off-road? Or will you be doing a bit of both?
A road bike will be terrible off-road, and an off-road bike will be slow and difficult on the road. You could get 2 bikes, one for the road and one for off-road. Or, if you can manage with a compromise, hybrid bikes offer enough strength and versatility for off-road use, without hindering road use too much.
There has always been a big market for lightweight cycling parts and accessories, but you must also consider the strength and durability too. Off-road users will require strength more than lightness. Sacrificing strength for a lightweight product usually leads to regrets.
Road bike users can be a little more relaxed about then strength of their parts and accessories than off-road cyclists, just because the bikes aren't going to be as abused. However, it is still important to take the strength and quality into consideration. The lightest/cheapest item is unlikely to last very long under any conditions.