Bryton Rider 50

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Fig84
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by Fig84

Anyone got any experience of the Bryton Rider 50 gps computer? Build quality etc

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There was a topic on the Rider 35 a while ago (use the search). Do not recall anyone writing about the 50...
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by weeracerweenie

I've got one. Bit niggly to figure out at first but works perfectly now, really easy to use, works nicely, downloading is simple dah de dah. One critisim is the mount, mine doesnt sit high enough on the stem so it occasionally rattles on the stem bolt part of the stem, but im building a mount to go off the front of the stem (like SRM) for it now so no worries. Cheaper than garmin, and i love the search function in it. Its really good build quality as well.
I guess there's worse hobbies than making a bike light? Right?

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