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Rethinking how you ride with an iPhone

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Considering what they cost, should you really be riding with an iPhone on the handlebar? (Photo: QuadLock)
Considering what they cost, should you really be riding with an iPhone on the handlebar? (Photo: QuadLock)

The cycling computer is not new.

For years, riders who obsess about data, have attached cycling computers to their handlebar or stem, allowing them to track and monitor distance and speed.

During the last decade, there has been a dramatic improvement in cycling head unit capabilities. More powerful processors and better screen resolution have made real-time navigation possible using a small head unit.

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