2017 Holiday Gift Guide – Electronics

We know not every endurance athlete gets giddy over the idea of new electronics for the bike – may it be a computer, lights, or a power meter. But let’s be honest, most do!

Bar Fly 4 TT- Time Trial/Tri Mount- $39.95

The Bar Fly 4 TT mount features a computer mount up top and a camera\light mount on the bottom. The top computer mount is Garmin, Polar, Wahoo, Mio, and Magellan compatible. The bottom features the ubiquitous GoPro/Finned mount. Looking to clean up your bike electronics? Check out a new mount from Bar Fly.

LumaGlo Crossbelt – $49.95

Looking to keep your loved ones a little safer during early morning or late-night workouts? The LumaGlow cross belt will make sure the world sees you on the run, ride, or even if you are just out for a late-night stroll. It features colored, LED moving patterns to seriously stand out, and the high-tech brake light detects when a cyclist slows down and automatically begins flashing red to alert drivers.

Bontrager Flare R – $59.99

The Flare R has become our go-to light for both riding and on the run. Flare R’s optics set off with a powerful CREE LED can be seen from over 2km day or night. 65 Lumens and 270 degrees of visibility help make you the biggest distraction on the road. The last thing you want to be is invisible on the road, and the Flare R all but ensures you won’t be.

Cycliq Fly12 CE – $279

The updated Fly12 now features a 600-lumen front light, full 1080p HD camera, and a new simpler mount. We loved the original Fly 12 for its ability to both light up the road and record the action around us. We expect the new CE to be a staple on all AeroGeeks bikes.

Garmin Varia Rearview Radar – $199.99 – $299.99

We’ve been riding with a Varia for over a year now, and at this point, it’s hard to say if we would be comfortable without it! The Varia Rearview Radar is the world’s first cycling radar that warns riders of vehicles approaching from behind up to 153 yards (140 meters). Varia works independently and wirelessly integrates with compatible Edge cycling computers or the available Varia head unit. The radar unit also doubles as a tail light unit which brightens and flashes to notify approaching traffic of a cyclist ahead. Looking to know your rider is just a bit safer? A Varia Rearview Radar can make sure of that.

Wahoo Bolt – $249.99

Built to be not only a super-simple computer to use, but the most aero as well, the Bolt features both ANT+ and Bluetooth compatibility. Plus, you get maps for North America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, South America, and Africa. Three tactile and easy-to-press buttons on the bottom of the ELEMNT BOLT allow you to quickly navigate to what you want to see and toggle between screens. Have a favorite loved one looking to upgrade their computer? A Bolt may be a perfect gift for them to find under the tree.

Quarq DZero Carbon Power Meter – $1079

The DZero is the successor to the Elsa, which we have spent quite a bit of time with at AeroGeeks HQ and hardly had a complaint. The DZero features dual Bluetooth low energy and ANT+ wireless data transfer, the new Qalvin BLE app and, for the carbon version, compatibility with BB386EVO bottom brackets.